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The Things You Need To Know Before You Go

Planning for an embarking on a long journey or roadtrip by car can be extremely exciting. From getting your music playlists in order and stocking up on mid-journey snacks to scheduling coffee shop pit stops along the way, journey planning is can be a whole lot of fun – and that’s that way it should be! However amidst all of the fun and games comes a time to be serious and the safety of yourself and your passengers first. Continue reading

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Rubber Folly: Are Your Tyres Up To The Job?

It seemed to me that the use of second-hand or ‘remoulded’ tyres on cars was a rubber folly of the Twentieth Century consigned to history like that out-of-date prophylactic you once found at the back of the glove box. With modern motors, even city cars, having more power than ever you’d have thought that quality black hoops would be the order of the day for all. This seems not to be the case, at least according to supplier AA Tyres. Continue reading

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Are You Spending Too Much On Your Car? Here’s How To Budget Better

Cars, despite being one of the most useful ways to travel, are expensive – there are no two ways about it. Insurance, MOTs and fuel are only three of the expenditures that come with owning a car, and finding out how to cut down how much you’re spending can be cumbersome. However, we’ve got some handy tips on how to budget better: Continue reading

Too Inattentive To Care? Our Driving Standards

worn tyresI sometimes say that nothing surprises me anymore yet, on occasion, something does surprise me which, surprisingly, often comes as no surprise. As someone who spends a lot of time driving, mostly in other peoples’ cars, I find I have become much more attentive to all aspects of driving. This is probably because I have a duty of care to the fine, new vehicles I am road-testing. Continue reading