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Prepare To Drive In The EU After Brexit

Brexit, Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU) is currently scheduled for October 31st, 2019. In the event of a “no deal” scenario, there are several implications for UK motorists, both those travelling to the EU for holidays or work, or for those currently resident in an EU country. The following advice has been issued by the Department for Transport and the relevant driving agencies. more info…

London’s New Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ)

You don’t have to be in the motor trade to know how costly driving can be. Not only do you need to pay out for your car fuel, road tax, MOT and your annual insurance policy, if you drive through the centre of London between 07.00 and 18.00 on a weekday, you also have to pay the city’s congestion charge of £11.50 per day. What’s more, from Monday 8th April 2019, motorists entering London’s newly created Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) at any time of day or night will be charged extra if their vehicles don’t meet stringent emissions standards. So, what do you need to know about the new ULEZ and how can you avoid paying the extra fee? more info…

UK Parking and Waiting Rules and Regulations 2019

Our Highway Code currently provides a wealth of information about where it is legal to park or wait in your vehicle, and has specific rules and regulations governing parking at night, enforcement and related matters. For a full description of the various UK laws and rules, please refer to sections 238 to 252 of the code. more info…

How to Tackle In-Car Condensation

As a motorist in the UK you’ll almost certainly have noticed your vehicle’s windscreen and windows misting up in the winter weather conditions. However, rule 229 of the Highway Code states that you must make sure that all your car’s windows have been thoroughly demisted before you drive away. Not only will you be breaking the law if you fail to do this, you could have an accident because your view of the road is impaired – and you might find your future insurance policy premiums increase dramatically as a result. more info…



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