In-car technology is not just an upgrade in the automotive industry — now it is an expectation. From technology to help with a smoother drive to entertainment options for passengers, no one is buying a car just to have a set of wheels anymore. In this article, we’ve teamed up with used Mclaren dealers Grange Motorparks to look into the future promises within this lucrative … Continue reading The benefits of in-car technology
A car accident is one of those events that are unexpected and certainly something that no one wants to experience. However, being prepared for such an event is a sensible approach to take for a motorist. Driving a car means taking a number of reasoned decisions based on both experience and learned behaviour. What we cannot do is to predict how others may behave on … Continue reading 10 Things You Need To Do After A Car Accident
One year on from the historic changes to the UK driving test in 2017, learner drivers all over the UK have been getting to grips with the new format. With the addition of different reversing manoevres, pulling up on the right, and a driving safety question while the vehicle is still moving, some of the changes were initially controversial. So, how has the new test … Continue reading Driving test amendments one year on: How have the changes been received and what can the UK learn from the rest of the world?
It doesn’t matter what car you drive, you’re probably used to the comforts of modern automotive technology. Technology today is so advanced that our vehicles do a lot more than simply get us to our destination. Many drivers will remember a time when vehicles were simpler and came without any added extras. To take you through some of the most useful automotive technology inventions and … Continue reading Automotive technology: Then and now
Do you know how to remove the wrong fuel from your car? No? No problem – this article will guide you. Putting the wrong fuel in your vehicle is a growing issue in the UK – faster than the rate of growing population in many south Asian countries. It has a really bad effect on the vehicle engines and affects thousands of drivers in the UK … Continue reading The most effective ‘wrong fuel’ removal techniques
When it comes to auto insurance, nobody wants to pay more than they have to for coverage. Time and time again, we hear of ways to cut auto insurance costs in an effort to change how you’re viewed by (and thus billed by) your insurer. The team at Reviews.com recently released a guide to auto insurance which begs the question: what can you do to actually take … Continue reading Paying too much for auto insurance?
Selecting and buying a new stereo system for your car is a challenging job, especially for those with hardly any knowledge on the subject. You need to research adequately in order to get the best possible deal and the features that you desire. Automotive stereos have come a long way over the past decade, adopting new features and technology regularly. MP3 compatibility and mobile phone … Continue reading 6 things you must consider before choosing a new car stereo
When hiring a car, it can be easy to get confused by all the specialised language and abbreviations, which can become frustrating. In order to help you understand what the main terminology means, we got the help of Car Finance Specialist Tony from Smile Car Finance to breakdown the meaning of all the confusing jargon you’ll encounter when financing a car. CDW – Otherwise known … Continue reading Car Hire Insurance Jargon Explained
When it comes to car insurance, millennials are not loyalists. More than any generation before, millennials are the least likely generation to stick with one car insurance provider. According to a study done by gallup.com on millennial car insurance habits, millennials are actually the least likely group to engage with insurers, and are even less likely to go offline to service their car insurance needs. … Continue reading How Millennials Are Changing The Car Insurance Industry
A car might be the first significant purchase you make as an adult, but a new survey shows that Canadians don’t understand the true cost of owning a vehicle. Despite this lack of knowledge, six in 10 Canadians report that they are likely or somewhat likely to buy a new car within the next two years. Whether you’re on the verge of buying a new … Continue reading 5 Ways to Save Money on Your Car Expenses