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Choosing the Right Bumper for Your Wrangler

Sponsored Post Upgrading the front bumper of a Jeep Wrangler improves more than just its looks and appearance. The right front bumper will allow for enhanced functionality and protection, making your Jeep more capable whether you are on or off the trail. Stock Wrangler bumpers are fine for light off-roading, …

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Top windscreen care tips for the winter

Frosty windscreen - picture courtesy of David Cole

Now the clocks have gone back and the temperature has dropped, we’ve teamed up with Autoglass to give you some timely advice so that you can think ahead and prepare your car for driving in wintry weather conditions. To protect your windscreen from wind, rain and ice, and avoid dangerous …

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EVs and Modern Chargers – a Match Made In Heaven

Sponsored Article Electric cars and the availability of practical charging solutions is the last frontier remaining to be conquered by the next generation of automotive technology. Charging solutions have to fulfil a lot of criteria to be that final push electric cars need to be adopted universally and unequivocally. The …

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Stay safe in the dark this winter

night driving - IAM RoadSmart

The clocks go back on October 27 which means darker nights and increased danger on the roads. It’s not just drivers and riders who need to be more careful, there are vulnerable road users such as pedestrians and cyclists that need to be aware of the risks too. IAM RoadSmart’s …

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Top tips for avoiding parking prangs

Car parking accident - GEM Motoring Assist

It’s estimated that there are more than 1,000 low-speed collisions in car parks every day with the average repair bill topping £1,500. Council car park spaces can legally be up to 8ft 10 in (270cm) wide, but most spaces these days are little wider than the minimum 7ft 6 (228.6cm) …

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Car confessions: Top 10 driving misdemeanours revealed

30mph speed sign

More than two thirds of UK drivers admit to breaking the law on a regular basis, claims new research. Many do so without even realising they’re guilty of driving offences, according to the study conducted by UK-based personal car leasing specialists ZenAuto. For instance, more than half of Brits admitted …

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Most unpopular modern car innovations

space saver spare wheel

Motorists have given an overwhelming thumbs down to ‘space saver’ spare wheels and puncture repair kits. Introduced to save space and weight, the ‘space saver’ spare – or no spare wheel at all – tops the chart of drivers’ irritations compiled by independent expert car buying guide More than …

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Toyota takes to the seas to support the fuel of the future

Energy Observer hydrogen boat and a Toyota Mirai

Energy Observer, the first world’s hydrogen vessel and supported by Toyota, has docked in London as part of its six-year global tour. Having sailed 18,000 emission free nautical miles since leaving St Malo, France, in 2017, the floating laboratory will be based under Tower Bridge, London, from October 5-13, accompanied …

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