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The booster seat rules designed to keep your children safe

As any parent knows, it can sometimes be challenging to take children to places they might not necessarily want to ...

19th Jul, 2019

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Is driving getting safer than it used to be for people in the UK?

If you’re a driver, chances are you’ll have had what you or others might describe as ‘a bit of a ...

17th Jul, 2019

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What would you do with an extra nine days a year?

If you had an extra nine days every year, what would you do with the time? You could hike across ...

15th Jul, 2019

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The UK’s most popular commuting pastimes revealed

The research, conducted by ethical car recycling specialists Scrap Car Network has found that 27% of UK commuters use the ...

11th Jul, 2019

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A quick guide to car recycling

Car recycling is a massive worldwide industry – hardly surprising, given that it’s one of the most common forms of ...

26th Jun, 2019

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How to avoid battery problems with your car

Your car battery is one of the most crucial components of your vehicle, which means there’s nothing worse than realising ...

24th Jun, 2019

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How to respond to a check engine light

Nobody loves the sight of a check engine light. After all, it’s basically a shorthand way of telling you that ...

24th Jun, 2019

The biggest problem on the horizon with self driving cars

The technology for self driving cars has been around for quite some time now, and by all accounts they’re going ...

19th Jun, 2019

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5 excellent reasons why you shouldn’t delay scrapping your car

You don’t have to be a petrol-head as such to enjoy a good vintage car. But there’s a big difference ...

14th Jun, 2019

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How much can I get for scrapping my car?

It’s a question that’s probably one of the first to spring to mind when you finally decide to scrap your ...

31st May, 2019