Classic cars

Cheaper car insurance tips for new drivers

It’s a simple fact that learner or newly qualified drivers pay more for car insurance. This is because insurance companies charge according to risk level, and new drivers are statistically more likely to be involved in a scrape due to…

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More about auto emergency kits

A Road Kit That Can Save You Money Whenever you’re planning a road trip somewhere, and even when you’re going a local distance, it’s always good to have an emergency kit in your vehicle. You never know when you may…

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Ford to sell Volvo

Ford has been focusing on selling the Volvo name plate as it has been a money loosing venture for them for a while now. They are currently negotiating with U.S. based bidders and are working towards narrowing the talks down…

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Fords view on the electric car

Ford has been busily working on plug in type hybrids since 2005. Initially Ford was working directly and only with Southern California Edison but they expanded their program to include Electric Power Research Institute as well as ten other utility…

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Don’t risk your ability to get insurance by falling into the fronting trap

As any young driver will testify, the cost of┬ácar insurance┬ácan be expensive. This is because providers view younger drivers as high risk, and often inflate premiums to reflect this. But while the prospect of having to pay sky-high prices may…

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4 Essential driving abroad tips

If you’re shunning air, sea and train as a way to hitting to the Continent this summer, and are taking the car instead, here are some important tips. Adequate preparation is vital in making sure your epic drive stays on…

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A guide to driving in Iceland

Getting started Despite the name, Iceland isn’t the Arctic landscape you might expect. It is, however, underpinned by some major volcanic activity, which contributes to its spectacular scenery and unusual way of life. We explore this geological wonderland on four…

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A guide to driving In The Czech Republic

Getting started First off, it’s an 800 mile drive (from London) to the Czech Republic, so if you’re not picking up a rental at the airport, make sure both you and your car are well prepared for the trip. That…

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A guide to driving in Austria

Getting started Austria: home to Mozart, opera and Hundertwasser architecture – a country rich in history, music and beautiful countryside. Unfortunately, if there’s one country that’s too often overlooked, it’s this one, as it’s frequently bypassed in favour of neighbouring…

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Hire a car for the summer? But I’m not even going abroad

A popular car hire company is urging UK holidaymakers to consider hiring a vehicle for the summer months, and to get in there fast due to high projected demand. The news comes as thousands of UK tourists plan to stay…

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