Would You Trust A Self Driving Car?

Would You Trust A Self Driving Car? With all this excitement and innovation in the field of autonomous vehicles, there is still an atmospheric tension that people can’t seem to shake. Especially when one considers that in order to drive you have to be trained by an expert to have a keen eye, firm [...]

What does Driving Instructor Insurance cover me for?

We all know that in almost every area of life, it’s a good idea, if not downright essential, to have good insurance coverage – and that means knowing what you’re looking for in a good policy. Driving instructor insurance is essential for anyone making a living from teaching people to drive but just what does it entail? […]

Does your postcode affect your insurance?

Whether you're a taxi driver, courier, driving instructor, or motor trader, the law requires you to have insurance. Depending on your experience, past claims, age, sex, and driving history, your insurance premium will vary. However, most people are not aware that your postcode is also accounted for in the insurance process, and can have an [...]

The mistake that could leave you with a £271 fine plus a ban from driving

Millions of us often do it without giving it a second thought, but if you’re caught, you could be left with a hefty fine and a ban from driving. The offence? The perhaps seemingly innocent one of loaning your car to a friend. If that person doesn’t have the right insurance to drive the car, you as the owner may be convicted of an IN 12 offence, or one that means you have colluded in the procuring of a vehicle “uninsured against third party risks.” […]

A worrying amount of Ghost Brokers are emerging!

A BBC investigation into the recent increase in fraudulent brokers throughout the motor trade industry has seen the emergence of conmen, who are known as “ghost brokers” throughout the motoring industry. […]

An increasing amount of elderly drivers – how can we keep them safe?

Recent statistics have illuminated the vast array of older drivers on our roads. It is estimated that over 4 million drivers currently on UK roads are over the age of 70. Furthermore, 1.17 million of these are over 80, and over 11,000 people who are over the age of 90 still hold a driving licence. […]

Ford Profits Fall Short after Lack of sales

Ford managed to shift 1.57 million vehicles last year, a rather impressive amount; but for the world’s second largest car manufacturer it’s not quite good enough. […]

Almost New Car Sales Down 12% for first Quarter

Since December, the second hand sales of cars that are 1-5 years old has fallen a staggering 12% according to a recent BCA Pulse report. […]

How will British motorists be affected by the imminent EU cross border rule changes?

Currently, British motorists who commit minor traffic offences whilst driving in other EU countries frequently escape penalty-free, as the present situation is that unless an offender is caught whilst in the process of breaking the law, […]

4 things you should know before a track day

If money was no object, we would probably all like a high performance supercar or a vintage classic sitting on the driveway. Since that’s not likely to be a reality, a track day can be a great way to experience the thrill of driving a high-end car, without the hefty price tag. […]