You’ve probably heard of miles per gallon, or mpg as it’s more commonly known as. If […]
Cars go through phases and transitions over the years. The B-Class has all the benefits of an MPV but doesn�t look as boxy as one and its bagged itself the best features from the A-Class.
So, you�ve decided to change your career! You want to start working for yourself, on your own terms and in your own time; where you can choose your own hours and work only when you wish?
I�m sure we all know that it�s the law, in the UK, that we have to wear seatbelts in cars. However, do you know that it is your responsibility, as the driver, that everyone under the age of 14 must be wearing a seatbelt in your car? If you are stopped and they are not wearing a seatbelt, or correctly restrained in a child car seat or booster seat, you�re actually eligible for a fine of �500, alongside a hefty 3 points on your driving licence.
So you�re thinking that you need a new car? However� between work, the gym, a social life, family, friends, parents, kids and pets, when do you have time to actually go and get one? It is so easy to put it off, isn�t it? Many of us around the UK will simply continue to drive our old cars around until we find the time to go to a car dealership to look for one. It seems that unless our current car breaks down suddenly, we can often put these things on the �to do� list and it can take months or even years to get around to them!
Drivers want to use their phones when driving. Sometimes they need to use their phones to make important phone calls and send texts. But it is illegal to handle your mobile phone whilst driving. This is why phone manufacturers are developing new systems to allow drivers to do those important actions whilst keeping their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.
Have you ever looked at a used car and discovered it has hundreds of thousands of miles on it? Have you ever wondered about the stories behind all those miles, especially when you discover that some of those cars have only had a single owner?
You have reached your retirement or you�ve been retired for a while and you are thinking of getting a new car. Leasing seems like an attractive option because of the low monthly payments and the flexibility ensuring you aren�t tied down to a vehicle. The question is can you use your pension to lease a car?
So, you�ve passed your driving test and are looking for your first car. You�ve been told you should buy an old banger with high miles and is a decade old because it�ll be cheap to buy (it will also be expensive to tax and run and maintain). There is another way. You can lease a car.
Braking normally (also known as progressive braking) in dry weather scenarios should come easily to most drivers. The general technique is to brake gently, whilst alternating the pressure, so that the car comes to a stop gently.
Trying to get your head around leasing on a whole is actually a bit of a struggle, but once you understand � it�s actually really easy.
Business car leasing is the perfect option if you�re struggling to afford a car upfront for work purposes. Having a nice car which you can drive without any financial worries, is always a plus point for those either commuting or promoting their business, in order to keep up the appearance of the company. Leasing a business car is simple and easily available, even with bad credit.