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Upgrade Your Car With Window Tinting & Other Mods

With the price of new cars being what they are coupled with that first year depreciation, many people prefer to or have to buy a used car simply on the basis of cost but even this can get expensive. Trouble is, as much as we might love our regular ride we often fancy a change meaning more expense and hassle. There is another way.

Some money will have to be spent, that’s a given with cars, but what about upgrading your own motor? There are many of ways to modify any vehicle. Here are just a few of them: Continue reading

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Jaguar XE R-Sport 2.0L Diesel – Business As Usual

There are Jaguars for work and there are Jaguars for play. In this case, here’s a car that is the business. The Jaguar XE featured here in R-Sport trim certainly looks the part; the looks are understated yet racy but that’s as far as the performance goes. You see, this model is a diesel and is not designed for high speed travel; it is designed for comfort with matching economy and on that score it certainly delivers. Continue reading

The Future Of Automotive Fuel

Motorparks, fuel, new cars, used car, MOTThere’s nothing new about electric cars and the like, it’s just that fossil fuel has held sway for so long nobody has been much bothered about new ways to propel cars: Until now. Since the infamous ‘Dieselgate’ fracas, diesel powered vehicle have had a bit of a knock-back. People are wondering if there is something in this alternative fuel business after all and new and used car dealership Motorparks have now produced this excellent graphic to light the way forward: Continue reading

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Car Services: Necessary Or Not?

It’s never a happy time when it comes to servicing your car. A lot of people avoid them altogether, preferring to spend their money on something that they deem to be more important. Others have payment plans put in specifically for the services so they know that they’re covered at the end of the year, whilst a small majority choose to pay it all upfront. It depends on the person and the dealership in question. But the main question is this: are they really necessary? Continue reading

Understanding the Different Types of Motor Insurance

Choosing the right motor insurance can be difficult due to the sheer amount of cover available. From third party to GAP insurance, how can you tell which one is right for you? To help you make a decision, below you’ll discover more about the different types on offer. Continue reading

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Top 5 Second Hand Coupes

Nowadays there are numerous different coupes on the market, and everyone has their own tastes and needs when buying a car. There are a number of factors to consider when buying one second hand, and there are some which stand out from the crowd. Here are the top 5 second hand coupes on the market. Continue reading

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We’re Pumped For The New BMW GT, You Should Be Too!

Last month, BMW unveiled the new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo and wow, is it impressive. It’s the next in line after the 5 Series GT, and this one has five doors with liftback. We have to admit, this latest model has us excited for a wide range of reasons, and it is worth examining everything we know so far about this beautiful new car. Continue reading

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The New VED Rates 2017

Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) has been a bane of motorists for almost as long as cars themselves. The Motor Car Act of 1903 required motorists to pay £1. Then a ‘road fund’ was established for the purpose of maintaining the roads but by 1937 the government of the time realised that this was a handy sum annually and absorbed it into general funds. The result is the system we have today and, as of April 1st, anyone buying a new car has to stump up VED. Motorparks, the national multi-brand new and used car dealership, kindly offer this comprehensive infographic to help drivers make sense of it all: Continue reading

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Brexit: How Do You Like Your Fudge?

The important news is that this weekend it’s the Le Mans 24 hour race. Enjoy. In other news, this coming Monday (Probably. Or not. What could possibly go wrong?) will see the start of the Brexit negotiations with those obstinate continental fellows. Continue reading

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Common Used Car Scams and How to Detect Them

The used car market is an enormous one and the rise of the internet has now made it easier than ever to find a second-hand vehicle for an affordable price. However, it can also be a dangerous market and there are a lot of scam artists attempting to either sell an unsafe/illegal car and/or rip you off. Here are a few of the more common car scams to look out for and how you can avoid them: Continue reading