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Top 10 driving test mistakes

Young driver

Have you ever wondered what the most common reasons are for learners failing their driving tests? In a bid to ease the driving test backlog, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has contacted all UK-based driving instructors highlighting the main mistakes made by learner drivers. It’s hoped that if …

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Top Five Electric City Cars

An electric city car is a fantastic option for city dwellers looking for cost-effective day-to-day commuting. Many models offer great ranges on a single charge and low running costs. It is easy to understand why someone would be incredibly keen to go electric on their next car.  Especially seeing that …

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Top Tips to get your Car Road Trip Ready

With foreign travel still seeming like a distant hope, more of us than ever will be preparing for road trips around the UK this summer. And the first hints of better weather and the whiff of longer days are allowing us to dare to dream up plans for where we …

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Online car buying accelerating, claims new study

Buying-online-over-the-internet

Nine in 10 shoppers will continue to do the bulk of their shopping online – including buying cars – even after lockdown. The study of 2,000 adults, commissioned by Vauxhall Motors, found almost half find shopping online far less stressful and 28% prefer not feeling pressured to make a purchase. …

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Ways to help improve your driving

How do you feel whenever you turn on the engine of your car? Isn’t that a scary piece of machine that can land you into serious trouble if you don’t follow certain rules? Unfortunately, most car crashes we see today aren’t actually “car crashes” in a true sense, but deadly …

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Fading memory lane motoring experiences

Top Gear presenter Paddy McGuinness

A new survey by BBC’s Top Gear has highlighted the top family motoring memories that could soon be lost to history. Classic in-car ‘I-Spy’ style games, parents bickering over directions and children’s cries of ‘are we there yet’ are now all part of a bygone age of motoring, claims the …

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What to keep in mind when choosing a new business vehicle

Making investments in a business is a crucial step to achieving growth. Every business will have different areas where they believe their investment will be best spent. The important thing is to identify where that area is and make the right decision before investing. This requires businesses to understand their …

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Looking forward to getting back on the road?

Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet R-Line

We may not be able to get out much at the moment, but our enduring love affair with cars is stronger than ever, according to a new report. More than eight in 10 motorists (83 per cent) admitted they have always had a love for driving and more than a …

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Work, rest and play: new uses for lockdown cars

Relaxing in the car - Peugeot UK

Four out of 10 households have used their car as an additional space to work and relax – or even to catch up on TV shows during the pandemic, claims new research by Peugeot UK.The findings come after the Government announced a roadmap to easing lockdown, with all restrictions potentially …

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