Car insurance is a product that provides financial protection in the event of an incident that causes damage or injury to another person, vehicle, property or animal.
If you own an electric car or you’re thinking of buying one, you might be wondering about the best way to charge it up. To help you make your decision, we’ve covered some of the common questions people have around charging electric vehicles (EVs), as well as providing some handy example charging times for a range of plug-in vehicles.
With the wide range of engine types that are available these days, the growing costs of fuel, and cars moving towards being electric, pulling up at the petrol station doesn’t feel as simple as it once was.
As the new 20-plate comes in to replace the current 69-plate on the 1 March 2020, we thought we’d explain the confusion around the current car number plate system – as well as the old – and how you can quickly calculate the age of your car.
If you’re looking into sourcing vehicles for your company and want to know more about how fleet vehicles work, you’ve come to the right place. You’ll find most of the key information here, but we’re always happy to answer any additional questions you may have.
GAP stands for Guaranteed Asset Protection, it is an additional insurance that can be used in the case of your vehicle being written off to cover the difference between what your insurance will pay out and the current value of your vehicle.
With an increasing number of cars on the roads, it’s no surprise to see a rise in regulations, changes and laws. We’ve pulled together the key changes for 2019 that motorists need to know about.
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.