Blog archives: December 2014

6 driving resolutions for 2015

Posted on: 28/12/2014

A new year means a new start. And what better time to reflect upon your driving habits and what you need to change. Below, you can find a list of common resolutions that you should be making on Wednesday night:

Put down the electronic devices

This should seem like common sense but mobile phone use can cause serious car crashes. It’s illegal to ride a motorcycle or drive using hand-held phones or similar devices. The rules are the same if you’re stopped at traffic...

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Author: ADMIN
Categories: Blog, Tips, News

How to Avoid Motorbike Collisions

Posted on: 18/12/2014

Safety on the road is an evergreen issue that we should all have front of mind.

Motorcyclists particularly are in danger when on the road and have much more to lose in the occasion of a collision. They are completely exposed and can easily be flung off.

So, in honour of our two-wheeled friends, we've compiled this post to help you be more aware on the road. So you can make sure this doesn't happen.

 1. Never accommodate the same lane space: This happens all too...

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Author: ADMIN
Categories: Blog, Tips, News

Top social media tips for car maintenance

Posted on: 13/12/2014

Nowadays, we don't have to rely on our car manuals or advice from our Dad when it comes to motoring tips. We can simply log on and find out from across social media. Check out our top tips we've found online in the blog below.
1. Pinterest has an entire section dedicated to car tips that you can find here: http://www.pinterest.com/faureciana/helpful-car-tips/. It contains some gems as "10 Things in Your Car You Didn't Know You Could Fix" and "How To Win The Holiday Parking Game"

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Author: ADMIN
Categories: Blog, Tips, News

Fuel duty winter freeze

Posted on: 04/12/2014

Drivers will continue to enjoy the current fuel duty freeze, it was confirmed in the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.

George Osborne cemented the already-published April freeze this week - but it has been strongly hinted this tax break may only last for a further five months after that.

Also, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) - the Government's independent economic advisory forecaster - spoke of anticipated petrol tax increases from next September, linked to RPI inflation.Click here to read more...

Author: ADMIN
Categories: Blog, Tips, News

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