Driving a vehicle is always going to cost money. You’ll not only be spending your hard earned cash on the car, you’ll need insurance, tax and other things to get you on the road. You can read all about the costs of motoring in our selection of articles.
Thinking of selling your car privately? You must inform any buyer if it is unroadworthy, unless they are explicitly buying it for spare parts, or to fix it up. Learn more.
Selling a used car privately? You should print off and fill in a car buyer's/seller's contract, with copies for each party.
You’ll probably get a better price for your car if you sell privately. However, this option requires a little more legwork on your part…
Leasing a car can cost anywhere between £100 and £1,000 per month, depending on a number of factors - principally the chosen make and model.
The standard (minimum) fixed penalty notice (FPN) for speeding is £100 plus 3 penalty points on your licence. However, you may dispute the FPN.
Want to get the best possible deal on a new car? Choosing the right moment could save you thousands...
Thinking about leasing a car and wondering how it might affect your credit score? There are potential benefits and risks to your credit score with Personal Contract Hire...
Up-to-date information about the Dartford Crossing: current charges, ways to save (Dart Charge), local resident discounts & info for disabled drivers, cyclists & motorcyclists.
Thinking about ending your hire purchase (HP), or personal contract purchase (PCP) car finance agreement early? We explain how...
Many drivers take out protection for their No Claim Bonus, but often don't fully understand the extent to which it really protects their discounted premium.
Forgotten if you're insured? Or who your insurer is? Don't panic: you can find out these details quickly and easily using two online services.
Anyone who intends to drive their car to the capital ought to understand the London Congestion Charge.
If you are thinking about investing in your car to get a bigger return, then here are some things that could make a difference.
Buying a used car can seem like a daunting task, so here's a guide to help you make your purchase.
How to ensure that your car modifications are in line with UK law – and that your insurance remains valid.
New to GAP insurance? Read our handy guide on the various types of GAP insurance products available today and why you might need it.
When selecting optional extras for your car you need to consider resale value and practicality.
If you're looking for a car for your family that is also a lot of fun to drive then have a look at this list.
Many businesses offer company cars to make roles more appealing, or because they are necessary for the job. But when company car tax is added into the equation, the impact on your annual tax bill could make such a benefit less appealing.
When choosing a new set of tyres, selecting the right ones in terms of price and performance can be tricky.
Wondering if your petrol, diesel, hybrid or electric vehicle is exempt from paying London’s ULEZ (Ultra Low Emission Zone) charge? Find out now...
The make and model of your car has a significant impact on your annual premium. Learn why.
Paying your road tax online is quick and easy. Read our guide to learn what you need to complete the task.
Learn how to get the best price for a new or used car. Discover which finance options are available - and which are best for you.
Is your car getting too costly to run? Or is it too large for your needs? Would you like to invest in an electric vehicle? There are many reasons why it might be time to sell your current car.
Finding a parking space - it's enough to make you ditch your car for the bus - but locating a (sometimes free) parking is a lot easier than it used to be. Read on…
Many of today's rental companies may seem highly affordable, but often levy previously-hidden extra charges. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls with our complete guide.
Aged 17 to 24 and looking for a car that's cheap to insure? Here are ten small cars that can be insured for less...
Has another driver made a claim against your car insurance following an accident? Read our blog to find out how the process works...
Discover why the exact day you buy car insurance (in relation to your renewal date) could save or lose you several hundred pounds…
Find out how your no claims bonus works; how you can protect it; and under what circumstances you could lose it or have it reduced by your insurer.
Most Britons usually only "haggle" when visiting exotic markets in far-flung countries - not in shiny car dealerships in the UK. But if you want to get the best possible price, haggle you must!
Want to get the best possible resale price when the time comes? If so, you can choose any colour for your next car - as long as it's grey.
The cost of a car respray depends on many factors: read our guide for the low down.
With so many models and body styles available, buying a new or used car today is trickier than ever. Here we offer eight essential topics to consider first.
Read these nuggets of advice for passing your practical driving test, from ‘show me, tell me’ questions, through to the practical driving exam.
Read our comprehensive guide to the various types of car warranty available, including the advantages and disadvantages of taking one out.
Looking for a new car that's great for towing? Check out these five vehicles that take towing in their stride...
What are the advantages of taking an advanced driving course? We look at how one could make you a safer driver – and even save you money.
A guide to car insurance – covering the various insurance types, how premiums are calculated and what you can do to minimise how much you pay.
The London Low Emission Zone (LEZ) covers London’s 33 boroughs. Within it, heavily polluting commercial diesel-powered vehicles are charged a fee: £100 or £200, depending on weight. Cars, motorcycles and some other vehicles are exempt.
Beginner tips on how to upgrade your car’s sound system: our article covers head units, amps and speakers - and how to connect them to get amazing sound quality.