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To all new drivers, we want to congratulate you on passing your driving test. The next thing you need to do is look for a car. The process of buying a car can be rather difficult as you look to find the perfect car –easy to drive, reliable as well as easy on the pocket.
When buying a used car, here are our top 5 tips that we hope will help when deciding to buy your next used car.
To those who’ve never experienced it, the thought of a busy auction hall, full of savvy dealers and experts, is one to be feared. But you can grab a great deal – certainly a better one than on the open market – if you’re switched on and do your homework.
It’s hard for a car buff not to crack a boyish smile at the sight of a classic muscle car. Manufactured for straight line speed, they were responsible for inspiring many a Saturday night drag race between traffic lights in their heyday. Big, loud, glossy and impossible to ignore, they represented everything that was great about the American auto industry in the 60s and 70s. In honour of the great behemoths of yesteryear, here is a list of the most special beasts ever to travel the roads and highways.
What could possibly be more British than Bond? Arguably Britain’s favourite son and unquestionably one of the world’s greatest classic car lovers, James Bond has helped propel a British love of cars to new heights. Every single film without fail features a stunning car, but what are his very best? Here’s our rundown of the top 5:
Everyone has a favourite film or TV show and for many people cars are woven into that. Cars and stars are often intertwined, whether the cars are the stars themselves, or if an iconic character is associated with a motor. Certain characters from the big screen and the small screen wouldn’t be without their trusty steeds.
Toyota launches a powerful new Yaris and Volvo launches its new mid-size SUV.
From May 2018, changes to the current MOT test are expected to make it more difficult for vehicles to pass their annual inspection. In a move to shake up the current testing structure and to adhere to new EU regulations the changes include new failure and defect categories, extra checks and emissions checks that may make owning a diesel a lot harder.
For some of us, our pets are our companions and part of the family. So naturally we want to take them everywhere we go, whether it’s on holiday or a day trip away with the family.
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