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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.
At Exchange and Mart and s1cars, we pride ourselves on working with only trusted dealers and sellers in the UK, minimising the risk involved in buying a used car. But it’s always best practice when making any big purchase to do due diligence and make some final checks before you sign on the dotted line. So, to make sure you aren’t landed with a lemon, here are 10 questions to ask yourself before you buy a used car.
We know that cars aren’t just for summer, they’re for all year round, but if you feel it’s time for a change then what better time to update your car than summer?
It’s hard to ignore that we are living in uncertain times, especially for car dealers. It is often during these difficult times that the public are hesitant to make big life choices when it comes to long term spending, such as house moves and car purchases.
With the continuing uncertainty that surrounds the Brexit issue, there is one thing that stands out – uncertainly is not good for the motoring industry. With many manufacturers voicing their concerns and even withdrawing production from the UK altogether, can change be good? And, ultimately, where will this all end?
With the Government announcing its annual spring budget recently, setting out its plans for the country’s economic future, is it time you started thinking about your own spring budget and planning for your next car?
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