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My Love Hate Relationship with 4×4’s

So, here I am throwing my old Fiesta around country bends (she’s only failed me once, though it would be fairer to say that I failed her with my dreadful driving), but with this gnawing fear that the old girl is not going to see out the spring, I wonder …

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How Vehicle Tracking Devices Improve Driver Safety

Benefits of Trackers Installing trackers on your firm’s vehicles will provide your company with a wide range of benefits. Many companies decide to fit vehicle trackers to help cut fuel costs and increase customer satisfaction but there are also a number of ways a tracker can improve driver safety amongst …

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Commuting Leaves Us Stressed, Tired And Anxious

Driving to work can be a pleasure, but more often than not it’s a pain. This is exactly what research from Allianz Your Cover Insurance has found; only 15% of UK drivers enjoy their commute. However this downbeat attitude perhaps isn’t surprising as the survey shows that the average commuter …

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Safe Simple Steps To Buying A New Car

Let’s just say, for the sake of argument, that you have got some money and you fancy buying a new car. That’s all good but it won’t hurt to be reminded that there is a set of basic rules that everyone should stick to before letting heart rule head. It …

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Introduction To Used Car Warranties

It’s arguable that buying a used-car is a lot more stressful than a brand new one, despite the several thousands less you may be spending. With a new car, you know – or at least you expect – that everything is in working order and you know your new vehicle …

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Restoring a Classic Car This Winter

It’s cold, dark and damp outside. You can’t do any gardening and, with the days getting gloomy at 4.00pm, the evenings appear to stretch into eternity. If you want to keep active during the long winter nights, how about restoring a classic car? You can pick one up relatively cheaply …

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Too Young To Drive?

We bring it upon ourselves really. We insist on continually having children despite all the warnings. We instinctively know – from the first time we hold those parasitic bundles of joy – that it is going to cost. Food, clothes and sundry expenses all take their financial toll as does …

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Top Tips on Winter Driving

Drivers might say that driving on a snowy road is not much different from driving on a clear road, they could not be more wrong. Driving on a snow-covered road could potentially cause your car to skid. What to Do In Order to Avoid Skidding In order to avoid complications …

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Things To Consider When Insuring a Van

If you own a van as part of your business, it is an essential legal requirement that you insure the vehicle. Van and car insurance are different, so you need to make sure you get suitable insurance for the type and size of van you own and the usage needs …

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What Not To Do In Your Car

Talking on a mobile phone whilst driving is considered taboo. The amount of publicity surrounding this activity has been enormous and yet still we see people happily chatting away whilst driving with one, or even no, hands. Even hands-free kits are frowned upon. Everybody you talk to believes it to …

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