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The Benefits of Car Leasing Over Car Buying

2018 Ford Focus

Many people are still undecided when it comes to car leasing. Whether it be personal or business lease, the people involved are unsure of the benefits of paying to essentially ‘rent’ a vehicle. There are now more companies offering car leasing than ever before and this has given customers the …

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Car Club vs Car Ownership

We all enjoy the convenience of having our own vehicle, but the cost of owning and running it can be draining on the bank account. So is joining a Car Club a more economically viable option? iCarhireinsurance.com, who are a leading provider of car hire excess insurance, have looked at the numbers based …

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Electric Cars Providing A Boost

B Class Electric Drive

Electric Cars Providing A Boost For The Industry As Mercedes Benz Joins The Fight A package of financial aid from the UK government to ramp up the infrastructure for electric cars has left the sector poised to boost the already buoyant UK motor industry. Add to this the raft of …

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A closer look at personal car leasing

Personal Car Leasing

Personal car leasing offers drivers a wide variety of benefits, but many today still remain reluctant to lease their vehicle. This is often due to the unreasoned desire of ownership, as well as a lack of understanding of what leasing actually involves and its benefits. Now that more and more …

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A Supercar Test Drive You Can Do

Most people at some point, normally after watching an episode of Top Gear, dream of getting behind the wheel of a supercar and taking it for a long drive on a clear, picturesque yet challenging road. The sky’s normally blue, sun beating down with the roar of a V8 accelerating …

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How to Buy a Used Car and Not Get Ripped Off

Holts Used Car Buying Guide

When it comes to upgrading the family car, it seems us Brits love finding a bargain. Each year, used car sales account for £42 billion in nationwide car spend — which is impressive, given the average used car costs just £8,500. Sure, new cars can wow us with their hi-tech …

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