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Are UK Motorists Being Spied On?

Here in the UK we take the privacy of our personal data very seriously, which is more than can be said for some private companies or government agencies who either dispense it, for a fee, to people or organisations who say they need it, or, they lose it in parks …

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Drive Down The Cost of Car Insurance This March

March is traditionally a hectic time in the UK car industry. The release of the new registration plates at the start of the month sparks a flurry of interest in the new car market and it also represents a busy period of the year for insurance renewals as people of …

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Can Car Insurance Comparison Sites Really Save Money?

The short answer to this is yes. Car insurance comparison sites really can help you save money. The truth is there are so many insurance companies out there offering cheap car insurance that it’s impossible for you to think of them all. The price you will pay for insurance also …

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What you should know about your car

It has been reported that the police and sundry insurance investigators are using data stored on car keys as part of their ongoing investigations. This may not be news to some of you but I’m willing to bet that a majority of the population were unaware of how much information …

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Carping On About Insurance

Article sponsored by Aviva The rise of social media hasn’t been lost on big business. Aviva, the car insurance people, have seen the value of promoting their multi-car policy in a series of ads about an enthusiastic carp fisherman called Ollie. It may well be that they misunderstood the term …

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Why men are WORSE drivers than women?

At the risk of offending every male in Britain and inflicting pain upon their sensitive souls, it’s time to put the record straight. Men simply can’t drive as well as women. It’s a fact. Why else are car insurance premiums much higher for men, why do men have more accidents …

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How to deal with the aftermath of a car crash

A car crash is a terrible experience for anyone to endure and, in the immediate aftermath of one, most people will either be too seriously injured or too much in shock to do very much. Ideally, if you have been the innocent victim in a car crash, you would want …

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Diesel VS Hybrid, which is the better choice?

As gas prices continue to soar and the economy continues to struggle, vehicles that offer better fuel economy are becoming more and more popular. Two options that offer impressive fuel economy are diesel engine vehicles and the more popular hybrid vehicles. Each option has it”s on pros and cons which …

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Gone But Not Forgotten – First Cars

I remember as if it were yesterday. She’d gone to another man. I watched her disappear down the road; those sleek curves, that lovely rear end…. actually, sorry, that’s all a bit clichéd isn’t it – a bit Mills and Boon. Your first car wasn’t like that at all, was …

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Women Drivers – No Survivors (An Old Saying)

In olden times, when cars were made from balsa wood, string and the old sandwich wrappings of the average Longbridge car worker, a car engine had to be started from cold by means of a mechanical device known as a choke. This opened a chamber in a thing called a …

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