From Tax, MOT and Insurance to the history of a vehicle we have all you need to know about staying legal.
Drivers risk lives waiting in wrong spot after motorway breakdown
Survey proves most motorists would risk their lives by waiting in the wrong place following a motorway breakdown.Read full article
Is it illegal to travel with your boot open?
Planning a Christmas clear-out? Make sure you know the rules on traveling with your boot open
Update Your V5C (Registration Document)
Or face the potential loss of your licence without even knowing about it.
Should I Notify the DVLA About My Heart Problem?
In many cases, a person’s licence group entitlement will determine whether the DVLA should be notified of their heart problem.
Pros And Cons Of Franchise And Independent Dealers
Factors when choosing franchise or independent include: type of stock, availability, maintenance, warranty and cost.
Save Money: Recalculate Car Insurance Premium During Coronavirus?
Motor insurance insider suggests coronavirus restrictions might slash your annual mileage and reduce your premium
Driving Licence Expiry Date Automatically Extended
DVLA extends the expiry date of your photocard driving licence to minimise stress, inconvenience, and expense during the pandemic.
How do I check if a car has outstanding finance or has been written off?
Buying a car is exciting, but you need to check the history of the vehicle you’re interested in first.
How do I reduce my insurance premiums?
It’s another one of those taxes on motorists, but there are ways you can knock chunks off your next insurance premium
How do I find out if a car has a valid MOT?
A valid MOT is a legal requirement for all UK cars, so understanding where to look to find out if a car has one is important for all...
When is my MOT and service due?
The MOT and regular servicing are crucial to the upkeep of your car, and required by law
When is my car tax due?
Car tax is a legal requirement, so you should know exactly when it’s due for renewal. Luckily, we can help there.
What do I need to know about my MOT and what does it involve?
An MOT is the annual health check for your car that determines whether or not it’s still roadworthy, and what action is needed if not.
Vehicle Safety Recalls For January 2017
Details from the DVSA of vehicles, parts or accessories recalled by manufacturers for safety purposes.
What To Do If Your Vehicle Has Been Recalled
Here's how to discover, and act upon, a vehicle recall that affects you
Company Car Tax 2015/16 To 2019/20: Plan Now For Low Payments
UK company car tax rates for 2015/16 to 2019/20 confirmed. Plan now to keep benefit-in-kind payments low for the long term.
Middle Lane Hogging: The Law
After the first driver was convicted of middle lane hogging, guest writer Alison Ashworth explains the law
Insurance Glossary Jargon Buster
An A-Z guide of terminology you'll come across while dealing with car insurance.