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The latest car advice from our team

Advice 11 months ago

How to jump start a car

Knowing how to jump start a car might be one of those things you never learn because you hope you’ll never have to do it. But a flat battery can happen for all sorts of reasons. Fortunately, it’s not too hard to learn what you need to do.
Advice 11 months ago

Car lease deals

If you’re looking to drive a car for an affordable monthly payment, but aren’t bothered about owning it, car leasing might be the best option for you.
Advice 1 year ago

How to SORN a car

If you’re looking to declare your car off the road, we explain how to make a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) with the DVLA.
Advice 1 year ago

Charging locally and at work

Don’t just top up your electric car when you’re at home. There are plenty of options to charge while out and about, too.
Advice 1 year ago

Long distance charging

If you're planning to drive further than your EV will take you on one charge, what are your options?
Advice 1 year ago

Charging at home

It’s all very well having an electric car, but you’ll need somewhere to charge it. Here’s what you need to know about charging your car at your home.
Advice 1 year ago

How much is the car theory test?

Are you looking to take the first step towards getting your car driving licence? Find out how much the car theory test, practical test, and overall costs of learning to drive will be.
Advice 1 year ago

Benefits and downsides of owning an electric or hybrid car

If you're considering buying an electric or hybrid car, you might have heard quite a few arguments for and against them. We explain the positives and negatives of each, so you can see if an alternative fuel vehicle could work for you.
Advice 1 year ago

What is AdBlue?

Whatever car you drive, you might have seen AdBlue at a fuel station and wondered what on earth it is, and whether you need it… here’s all you need to know.
Advice 1 year ago

Learner drivers allowed on the motorway

From Monday 4 June 2018, learner drivers will be allowed to drive on the motorway with an approved driving instructor, in a dual control car. We also offer our top tips on how to drive more safely on the motorway, whatever your driving experience.
Advice 1 year ago

Electric and hybrid cars explained

With their low running costs and increasingly long ranges, more and more people in the UK are buying electric or hybrid cars. Whether you want to help save the planet or money on fuel, it’s well worth seeing if an electric car or hybrid is right for you.
Advice 1 year ago

How to choose your next company car

A company car can be a great, tax-efficient perk, if you can make the numbers work for you. Here’s our simple guide to finding your perfect company car…