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Cheapest places to learn to drive

Young driver

Learning to drive is a goal that many look to achieve as soon as they turn 17, but new data has revealed the true cost of getting on the road in the UK. South West England is the cheapest place to learn to drive at £24 a lesson on average, …

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Your chance to compete in Mud & Motors

Green Flag's Mud & Motors

Breakdown cover provider Green Flag is launching Mud & Motors, a first-of-its-kind motoring event, later this month. Taking place on March 26, entrants will be tasked with navigating their way around a tricky mud-filled course using their quick-thinking and decision making skills, with the best scorer winning £1,000. Love Island’s …

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Stay safe on the roads this winter


As temperatures start to plummet, driving on the roads can become increasingly difficult and hazardous. To stay safe, it’s important to adjust your driving style according to the weather conditions, and carry out the necessary vehicle checks before you venture out. We’ve teamed up with Jonathan Allbones from leading car …

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Car Club vs Car Ownership

We all enjoy the convenience of having our own vehicle, but the cost of owning and running it can be draining on the bank account. So is joining a Car Club a more economically viable option?, who are a leading provider of car hire excess insurance, have looked at the numbers based …

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The Benefits Of Breakdown Cover

Breakdown Cover

Every year the nation’s motorists stump up for car insurance. It’s expensive and we don’t want to fork out but the law requires that we have it. There’s no choice because we also want to financially protect our costly investment from theft and damage. This begs the question, why don’t …

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Leaving it to the professionals

Drivers within, shall we say, an older demographic, may remember their days as children long ago, when uniformed mobile mechanics on motorcycle combinations would, provided your Dad was a member, salute when they saw the membership badge on the front of the car. The point of mentioning this is because – …

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5 Essentials to have in your car in case of breakdown

Car breakdowns can happen anytime, anywhere and to anyone. But, by simply keeping a few essentials in your car, you can ensure that if the worst happen you will be safe and comfortable while waiting for help. 1. Mobile phone Nearly everyone has a mobile phone these days but it’s …

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5 of The most Dangerous Car Features in History

Could a new in-car Facebook status update button soon be added to a list which includes automatic seat belts and passenger-side braking systems? News that Mercedes-Benz is to introduce an in-car system which lets drivers update their Facebook status from behind the wheel has been greeted with dismay by road …

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