Tyres’ tread depths are how you determine how safe they are to drive on. So what are the risks associated with worn tyres and how do you check them? This blog will hopefully clear up any confusion.
From 20 May 2018, there will be new MOT test changes, including; new defect categories, new items being checked, stricter rules for diesel car emissions and some vehicles over 40 years old being exempt from having to take the test altogether.
In this guide, we explain what an ex demo car is and what you need to know before you make a purchase.
In this guide, we will help explain the main types of car body styles that are currently available here at JCT600 as well as any other terms you may have come across.
As the new 18-plate replaces the 67-plate on the 1 March 2018 we thought we would explain the confusion around the current car number plate system – as well as the old – and how you calculate the age of your car.
In this article, we explain what a deposit contribution is and what you need to know about them in relation to your car finance product.
In this post, you can find out exactly what a Vehicle Health Check involves, and get answers to some of the most common questions our customers ask.
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.
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.
Our guide to Vehicle Excise Duty (better known as car tax) reveals just what the road tax changes will mean for you.