Government Advice on Buying a Car

Buying a used vehicle is serious business. By making you aware of the following advice, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) can help you reduce the risk of buying a stolen vehicle.

Find a Reputable Garage with Motor Industry Codes

We all know how hard it can be to find a decent garage. The phone book and internet search engines are full of garages but how do you tell a reputable garage from a rogue trader?

20 Strange Motoring Rules Abroad to Catch British Drivers Unprepared

If you’re taking your car away with you this year, take time to research the motoring requirements of the place you’re visiting and make sure you purchase the appropriate equipment.

what are you are legally obligated to do if you are in a crash?

The following is taken from the website of Surrey Police with regard to what you are legally obligated to do if you are in a crash

What happens if I'm hit by an uninsured driver?

Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB) was established in 1946 to compensate the victims of negligent uninsured and untraced motorists. 

What is a Certificate of Destruction?

When a vehicle is scrapped for whatever reason a Certificate of Destruction must be obtained.

Top Tips On Buying A 4×4

With reports of more snow and extremely cold weather due to hit the UK shortly (even if it’s summer!), it’s worth bearing in mind a four wheeled drive vehicle if you’re after a new set of wheels.

top 10 dangers faced when driving on the motorway

A recent survey carried out by a breakdown and road safety organisation revealed that UK motorists believe tailgating is the most serious offence committed on a motorway with 85% saying it causes highly dangerous situations.

QuickTips: Spotting A Clocked Car

When buying a car, you really need to make sure that you’re getting exactly what you pay for – and nothing more

Vehicle Leasing – A Guide To The Basics

Vehicle leasing is another way to get access to a car, van or other vehicle instead of looking at an outright purchase.



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