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Cold weather, dark mornings and evenings and plenty of rain. Often, the sanctuary of our car is somewhere welcome after the soaking-wet dash from the office or supermarket. So, to make sure your car makes it through the toughest part of the year, we’ve put together some tips.
Darker days and more unpredictable weather present more risks. Rain, wind, snow and ice can all play their part in winter, meaning it pays to be prepared and drive to the season. Here we look at how drivers can help to keep the roads safe during winter.
Most think winter tyres are only good for the occasions when the roads are covered with snow and ice but modern tyre development has meant that the latest products are a whole lot more versatile. In many other European countries it is a common practice for drivers to fit cold weather tyres in late Autumn and revert back to Summer tyres in the late Spring. So why is this not the case in the UK?
Make sure you are prepared for the worst this winter and pack your winter driving survival kit now. If you're out on the road this winter, here's all the essentials you need to keep in your car.
Buying a new car is undoubtedly exciting, but with some careful planning and, sometimes, patience, you can potentially save thousands of pounds. Like most industries, car sales have peaks and troughs, with some times of the year more favourable to buyers than others. Here we take a look at the tips and tricks to getting the most for your money.
One of the most daunting parts of selling a classic is making sure that you’re asking the right price: too low, and you’ll be getting less than you’re entitled to; too high, and you won’t be able to find a buyer. It’s a minefield, but this guide is here to help you.
When it comes to car insurance, it pays to shop around. It sounds an obvious thing to say but so few people do it. You could be saving a packet from insurance companies prepared to offer discounts, particularly if you ask for a selection of quotes before you decide. The easiest way to do this is by using the Internet and the many comparison websites that are now readily available.
If your car is regularly serviced, you'll be unlikely to suffer the inconvenience of a breakdown. However, it may still happen and if it does, it's as well to be aware of the most common causes - and some of the more obvious solutions.
Owning a car, although an essential for most of us, doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg. Here are some top tips for reducing your costs, from changing your driving style to shopping around for those motoring extras.
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