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MPV Carrying People

People Carriers, MPV’s and minivans are designed to do exactly what it says on the tin, move people. Across the globe the MPV is rapidly becoming the vehicle of choice for many families intending on moving as many people, with as many possessions as is humanly possible. Ideally suited to …

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Audi A8 for Business

Companies looking for large executive lease cars can’t go far wrong with the Audi A8; it has all the refinements you would want from an executive car and still has room for a little sporty styling. Businesses leasing an Audi A8 will discover they have one of the most luxurious …

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History of Estate Cars

The earliest estate cars or station wagons go back to the early part of the twentieth century. Here they worked as hackney carriages around US railway yards and hence became known there as station wagons. The early estate cars evolved from truck chassis with wooden panelling sides, benches and a …

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Top Tips for Buying a Used Car

Buying used cars can be a risky business at the best of times, so aside from kicking the four tyres and bouncing the bonnet, what other things should you look out for?  To start with, be certain that you have budgeted properly for the car in the first place. Don’t forget all …

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Motability Car Adaptations

Being able to get about by yourself is an important concern to all of us but if you have a disability that hampers mobility then this becomes even more important. The motability car scheme was set up by the government in the 1970s to offer financial aid to enable cars …

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Top Five Motability Cars

The Motability scheme is designed to provide help with the additional costs of a disability, and give everyone the chance to obtain a car. For many, a new car can improve remarkably the quality of life, and choosing the right one can be an exciting process. Here’s a list of …

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Moving with Motability

Adapting a new car to special needs for disabled people can be a tough break and incur high costs. To ease this extra burden, charities, banks and the government teamed up in the 70s with the motoring and insurance industries to establish a not-for-profit organisation that would monitor these costs. …

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