Motoring advice from
In this month's newsletter we've got some great features for you. Whether you're looking to buy a new car and you can't decide if you should go electric or even down to two wheels, there's some great advice below. There are also some good talking points in our news articles this month – what are your thoughts on larger parking spaces? Would you be in favour of cash incentives for scrapping diesels cars?
Our News and Advice This February
Buying the Right Car: 8 Essentials for Choosing a New Vehicle
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.
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Car Modifications and the Law: What You Need to Know
How to ensure that your car modifications are in line with UK law – and that your insurance remains valid.
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The Electric Car Cheat Sheet - 2017
Feeling a little green about the electric car? Here are the basic facts about EVS: how they work and how much they cost to buy and run.
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Motorcycle Clothing & Equipment: A Complete Guide
A complete guide to buying a helmet and safety clothing that offers maximum protection in the event of an accident.
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Popular Articles
Pay Londoners £3,500 to Scrap Diesels: Sadiq Khan
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has proposed paying diesel vehicle owners up to £3,500 to scrap their old cars and vans.
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Motorcycle Safety on Railways Highlighted by Near-Miss
Shocking footage of a motorcyclist narrowly missing a train has focussed attention on rider safety on railways – in the UK and worldwide.
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Should Bigger Cars Mean Bigger Parking Spaces?
Cars are getting bigger, prompting NCP to consider widening its spaces. But what are the trade-offs?
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84-Year-Old Ditches Offensively Yellow Car after Vandal Attack
If you can't choose the colour of your own car, what can you choose? 84-year old finally buys grey car to replace 'offensive' yellow Corsa.
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