Are Londoners less likely to use a car as the main mode of transport?
With the recent announcement of 2040 petrol and diesel car ban across the UK, London stands at the greatest advantage point when it will come to leaving the exhaust bearing vehicles behind. The capital already has 800+ electric car charging points installed across the city (in case you do choose to drive) and with the help […]
Tesla’s New Model 3: First Affordable Car From Musk?
Tesla has finally done it – after the release of Model S and Model X, we have been presented with the all new and very much anticipated Model 3, a statement on Tesla’s official website says: ‘Our most affordable car yet, Model 3 achieves 215 miles of range per charge while starting at only 35,000 USD (£26,650) before incentives. […]
Speed Awareness Courses: What to Expect?
If we are all brutally honest, we can probably all put our hands in the air and say that we have driven in excess of the prescribed speed limit at some stage in our driving career, even if it were just for a split second or by accident. Unfortunately though, a split second is all […]
UK to Ban Sale of Petrol and Diesel Vehicles by 2040
The sale of petrol and diesel run cars will be history in just over two decades time from now. Michael Gove, who led the initiative, will be the front man for the campaign and introductory discussions about the now confirmed decision. He has recently spoken to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, where he said that […]
Road Rage – How To Control It
We are all probably familiar with the term road rage, but are we all familiar with how it should be dealt with? Hardly. Road rage is what occurs when two or more drivers clash on the road. Road rage can be triggered by a number of factors, but is essentially caused by a driver not […]
How To Be the Perfect Car Passenger
How To Be a Good Passenger With Summer holidays just about to start and masses of cars hitting the popular roads at once, now’s possibly the time to start considering the journeys that lay ahead, including that of a car passenger. First of all, think about how you would like your passengers to behave in […]
A Parents Guide to Long Car Journeys…
We all know that dreaded famous in-car question ‘Are we there yet?!’ The little backseat passengers do not take too long to get impatient during long car journeys and neither will you when sharing your car with kids, especially if you are the driver. There are few things that one can do to settle those […]
Car Financing explained…
Different types of Car Financing With more and more car financing options appearing on the market, it’s never been easier to secure yourself a deal and drive away with your new car pretty much instantly. That is, however, as long as you have an average and above credit score, although you can find yourself getting […]
Why Regular Car Servicing is so important
For many, car servicing is like going to the dentist. You know you should do it, you’ve done it before, but it’s such a chore. And sometimes so expensive. But, failure to properly maintain your vehicle could end up costing you a lot more in the long run. A bit like the dentist. Vehicle manufacturers […]
Broken Down? Here’s what you need to do…
Let’s face it, car break down is never fun. It’s even worse if you don’t know what to do and/or if you have kids or vulnerable people with you. So, our guide will help you plan for such an unfortunate event. Firstly, if you know your car is going to need attention, but you can […]
Driving a Modified Car on British Roads
Those who enjoy driving a Modified Car often find themselves on the wrong side of the law. Some would argue that this is unjust and a form of descrimination whilst others are clearly driving vehicles that aren’t aren’t safe to themselves, or to other road users (or they drive in an anti social manner). But, […]
The legalities of driving as a Diabetic
There’s been a lot in the news about Diabetes in recent years as awareness about the disease has improved, but also as our health as a nation has also partly declined and more diabetics are diagnosed. There are two main types of Diabetes, with sufferers commonly known as ‘Type 1 diabetic’, and ‘Type 2 diabetic’. […]