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Businesses around the world are feeling the effect of the current pandemic and the motor industry in the UK is no exception. After entering lockdown this week, meaning that majority of businesses deemed non-essential being told to close their doors, car dealers and garages are finding effective ways to keep their businesses on track.
Living in a digital age, comes with its pros and cons. But when it comes to finding your perfect car, you really can do it from the comfort of your own home.
There are so many options to consider when buying a car, enough to make your head spin. Choice of models, manufacturers, warranties, finance plans, aftersales services and on it goes.
But, probably the biggest decision that needs to be taken is the most basic – which is best, a new car or a used car? Here are some thoughts to help you make the best decision for you.
A bit of careful prior planning can ensure that you get the most for your old car…
It was the Renault Espace that started it all – the SUV revolution. Although a 4x4, Sports Utility Vehicle seems to suggest some sort of rugged, all-terrain, get-out-of-my-way vehicle. In fact, the modern SUV is a highly sophisticated, beautifully engineered and well-equipped car.
Everyone is so busy these days, whether it’s working late at the office, chauffeuring the kids to after school clubs or just trying to keep up with your own social life. So, when it comes to searching for your next car, finding the time can be difficult.
Most popular motor manufacturers now offer cars under the Motability scheme, so your local dealerships will be able to offer you advice on the cars they can provide that best suit your needs, or you can discuss how you adapt the vehicle to fit your needs.
Find out how to qualify for the Motability scheme and how to get started.
For many people, a Motability Scheme car means the chance to get a job, go to college or simply enjoy life to the full, a freedom that many of us take for granted. Since it was set up as a registered charity in 1977, Motability has provided over 2 million cars and powered wheelchairs. The Scheme currently represents 6% of all new car sales in the UK. We cover all aspects of the Motability scheme, from choosing your car to adapting your vehicle.
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