Expensive cars deserve regular attention

As a general rule a vehicle will run better and be less likely to break down if it is regularly serviced and so if you are fortunate enough to own an expensive model it could be said that it is even more important. Having to lay out possibly hundreds of pounds for a car service, especially if there is nothing wrong with the car is hard but it is important as a service is vital...
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Are you having issues with your starter motor?

Starter motor problems often become more apparent this time of year as the cold weather kicks in. If you have an older vehicle or one that has high mileage you may start to notice that a number of issues start to arise. Over time many parts on a car become worn out and will need to be replaced. One of these parts that can go and need replacing is a starter motor. As the starte...
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Fuel crisis – is it over?

Over the last few weeks there has been a lot of talks about a fuel crisis. For a short time many garages ran out of petrol and diesel but this was mostly due to the fact that motorists were scared in to thinking that they were not going to be able to get any so went out and panic bought. Although the situation does now seem to have calmed down a fair bit, the prices are sti...
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Can you change your car if it still has finance on it?

If you have a car that you bought on finance but want or need to get rid of it, then you need to ensure you do it the right way. You are not allowed to sell a car that has finance on it even if you intend on using that money to pay off the remaining finance. Some owners will do this but you can get in trouble and the person who buys the car may be responsible for the debt if i...
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When is the right time to get a new car?

Many of us rely on our cars to get us to and from work, to allow us to socialise with others and to go on holiday or days out. When choosing a car, you first need to decide if you want a new or used car. If you decide to buy a new car you may wonder how long you should keep it before changing it again. You may have your car on a PCP agreement which allows you to hand it bac...
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