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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?
A car for many is a huge investment, both financially but also in terms of the time it takes to do your research, test drive and mull over signing on the dotted line or handing the cash over. Which is why changing your car happens every few years – or longer!
When thinking about buying a car, it’s only natural that we want the best deal for our money. But choosing the right time to buy your car can be just as important as perfecting your negotiation skills.
Have you just passed your driving test and decided to finally take the plunge and buy your first car? Congratulations! After all those hours of lessons and studying, it’s finally time for the fun part. Although buying your first car can come with stressful moments, if you follow our handy tips, it can be incredibly exciting and one of those moments to remember.
The cold weather, dark nights and the countdown to Christmas put off most people when it comes to buying a car. However, the festive period can be the ideal time to bag a bargain for those thinking about upgrading their car and securing a December deal.
Is it time to swap your broomstick for a BMW or your hearse for a Honda?
Finding the right ‘family’ car can be tricky. Not just because of the choice out there, but also deciding what makes a car a family car?
After Theresa May’s recent pledge of £106 million towards research and developing zero-emissions technology, including green vehicles, new batteries and low carbon technology, many are wondering if these plans are too ambitious for the UK. As drivers, are we prepared to give up our petrol and diesel engines and make the move to Electric?
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