Let’s face it – the world of car advertising is often renowned for its clichés. There have been some notable exceptions from brands like Audi and Volkswagen in recent years, but those long, winding mountain roads still dominate.
Part-exchange is the most popular way of getting you out on the road, in that newer model, in the most hassle-free way possible. In this article, we will explain what part-exchanging a car entails, providing you with all the information you will need to help you decide what to do next.
We live in a country where good weather is not always on the cards. Nevertheless, we Brits love our convertibles and are surprisingly one of the world’s largest markets for buying convertible cars.
Just because a car’s no longer road-worthy doesn’t mean the scrapheap’s the only option left… Did it ever cross your mind that your clapped-out motor could, in fact, be headed for a far loftier fate?
All over the world, automotive artists are putting unwanted cars to incredibly creative use with their boundary-pushing pieces.
With a proud sporting heritage, thriving music scene and a population of more than half a million, Sheffield’s become one of the UK’s largest and most loved cities.
As you’d expect, there are plenty of social media users talking about the quirks that make the Steel City stand out – we took to Twitter and Instagram to find out what they had to say.
When it feels like you’re constantly ferrying little ones to and fro and/or running errands, you need a family car that’s reliable and practical. But given that you spend so many hours on the road – and, let’s face it, quite a few camping out waiting for the kids to finish whatever activity they’re up to that day – you want one that’s not a total bore either.
Ever wondered what your car colour says about you? Maybe you’re in the process of looking for a new car and can’t decide which colour to go for. We surveyed 1,000 British motorists to find out how the colour of their car correlates with their behaviour on the road, and how they perceive other road-users based on the colour of their vehicles too.
The Government, as part of its welfare reform programme, has started the transition to replace the current Disability Living Allowance (DLA) with a new benefit called Personal Independence Payment (PIP) which is expected to be complete by 2019.
From displaying speed limits to informing drivers of traffic flow, road signs play a vital role in advising and directing road users’ behaviour, to help make the roads as safe as possible for everyone.
The former cloth town of Leeds is one of the fastest growing cities in the UK – so it’s no wonder that there’s lots of chatter across social media about what makes this bustling place unique.