When buying a car, you really need to make sure that you’re getting exactly what you pay for – and nothing more
Vehicle leasing is another way to get access to a car, van or other vehicle instead of looking at an outright purchase.
Understanding your insurance policy when having your car shipped is just as important as the carrier you pick to ship your vehicle.
Buying a used car is not an entirely safe exercise; we highlight some of the scams to watch out for and save you heartache and money.
According to a recent survey by specialist classic car and motorcycle insurance broker Footman James, up to 35 per cent of classic vehicle owners could risk breaking the law if they haven’t applied for a Statutory Off Road Notice (SORN) when their pride and joy is off the road.
Buying a car to run your property business can hurt your wallet, but with huge hikes in petrol and insurance, running it can make you wince. The average new car now costs £5,500/year to run.
Research from the team behind the AA Car Data Check reveals that 20%* of used car buyers would pay three quarters of the value of a car in cash to secure a potential dream purchase