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Changing legislation, motoring news, musings on driving… It’s all here in our blogs.

20Oct

Should lorries drive in the outside lane
Should Lorries be Allowed in the Third Lane?

If you saw the recent television broadcast which addressed the various issues involving lorry drivers, you may have some trepidation about encountering heavy goods vehicles on the motorway.

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20Oct

Electric vs Petrol and Deisel
Can We Switch to Electrical Vehicles Completely by 2040?

Recently announced plans to do away with all diesel and petrol cars by 2040 in favour of electric models have been met with some apprehension.

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19Sep

Cars, during the winter, waiting at traffic lights
Is your car ready for winter? Part 2!

We’re back with part 2 of our winter readiness series! If you didn’t see part 1, take a look at it here.

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10Sep

ford focus rs 2017 drifting across a salt dune
Ford Focus – Should I buy it second-hand?

There’s a reason that the Ford Focus is the 2nd most popular second-hand car in the UK. It’s an iconic vehicle with different models that match whatever needs you’re looking for.

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21Aug

Cars driving on a motorway at night with their lights on
3 Top Tips for Driving in the Dark

As the days grow shorter, commuting in darker conditions is going to start becoming a reality for many of us again.

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09Aug

White SUV driving through snow on an icy surface
Is your car ready for the winter?

Winter is often associated with car failure. The sight of someone, sitting forlornly on their car bonnet, at the side of the road is a common one during the colder months.

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24Jul

Car battery sitting in a car engine bay
When should you replace your car battery and how can you save money on it?

Too often, the first sign of a battery going wrong is a car not starting in the morning.

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10Jul

Old breaker yard
Can you trust a Car Breaker Yard?

Breaker yards have a characteristic image that often confuses people when they first set foot in one. The typical image of a breaker yard is of an old, run down, grease-sodden warehouse.

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26Jun

Clean car engine with car parts
How can you save money on replacement car parts?

It’s a Monday morning and you’ve left the house to go to work.

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10Jun

Car on road centered on tyre
Are your tyres legal?

Legally, your tyres should have at least 1.6mm of tread but many manufacturers recommend replacing tyres once their tread depth is below 3mm.

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17May

vauxhall insignia country tourer revealed
Vauxhall Reveal New Insignia Country Tourer

Vauxhall’s answer to the Ford Mondeo has got a new rugged look.

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11May

Dangerous Drivers face steep increase in Speeding Fines

The government has issued its latest crackdown on speeding in Britain.

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