From Tax, MOT and Insurance to the history of a vehicle we have all you need to know about staying legal.
15 driving offences you didn't know were illegal
Check out these 15 driving regulations in the UK that you might not know exist...
What should I do if I've been in a car accident?
This guide will help you prioritise safety for yourself and others, as well as navigate through insurance and legal matters after a car...
What happens if I’m caught without car insurance?
Although the rising cost of insurance premiums might make you consider driving without any cover, this would be foolish as not only is it...
What happens if I am caught without a valid MOT?
What happens if you forget about an MOT and are caught driving without a valid certificate? Regit answers some key questions.
Which penalty codes have the biggest impact on insurance premiums?
What are penalty points/endorsement codes and how do they work and affect you?
Is It Legal to Smash a Car Window to Rescue a Dog in the UK?
Navigating the Legal Landscape: Rescuing Dogs from Hot Cars in the UK
How Old Is Too Old to Drive?
Older age and driving is a sensitive issue, especially as the numbers of older people have been on the increase for decades.
Driving license categories and codes explained
Driving licence categories and codes explained: find out which types of vehicle you are entitled to drive with this quick, easy to follow,...
Need a hand with some of the language insurance companies like to use just to confuse things a little?
Check out our handy guide here…
Hikes to car tax are now live – what will you need to pay?
Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, refused to put a freeze on the cost of Vehicle Excise Duty or car tax – with price increases now live.
Is it actually illegal to undertake in the UK?
You’re always told not to undertake whilst learning to drive, so we look at what’s legal and what’s not.
Car blind spots: how and why it is vital to check
Car blind spots: why checking your blind spots keeps you safe, how to look without veering off course, and the new tech that tells you there...
Car insurance write-offs explained for 2023
Car insurance write-off categories explained: Category A, B, N, S, C, and D. Find out when your car must be scrapped by law and when you can...
Rumours of ‘Tyre Tax’ on the way as experts say worn wheels are more harmful than fumes
Ministers of the Department for Transport (DfT) have hired consultants to advise on how to deal with tyre emissions
Unusual driving offences in the UK: beware of fines
Little-known driving offences that can land you in hot water. Avoid splashing pedestrians, flashing the lights, honking the horn, and free...
DVLA notifiable health issues: what you need to know
DVLA must be told if you have a health issue that may affect your driving. Find out: which issues must be reported, how to report them, and...
Is it legal to undertake cars on the motorway?
It's always seen as a big 'no-go' for us motorists, but is it legal?