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How to import a vehicle into the United Kingdom (UK)

There are many reasons drivers import new and used cars into the UK. For some, it’s a model, colour scheme or features that aren’t available at home, or a classic car that turns up abroad. Vehicle owners moving to the UK for work or study may want to bring their own car, for convenience. When the exchange rate is favourable, importing can represent a bargain even with the extra time it takes to sort out the paperwork. more info…

Tough on Texting Drivers!

When asked to name the biggest danger on Britain’s roads, many of us think of motorists who use mobile phones to talk or text while driving, over and above more traditional issues like drink driving. As well as calls and texts, drivers have been spotted surfing the internet, playing games, or taking pictures with mobile phones while in motion. Leisure, commuter and motor trade drivers are all guilty of committing the offence. more info…

What is the best fuel type?

The motor trade industry can be a confusing one and even more so when it comes to choosing a car based on the best type of fuel to use. There is just so much choice out there and different fuels will suit different lifestyles. Your preferred choice of fuel will also have an impact when you choose to browse new and used cars with the intent of buying one, based on fuel economy and efficiency. more info…

Classic Cars at Today’s Prices

In today’s modern motoring world the classic car still holds a special place in all our hearts because of its nostalgia and heritage. The car industry is full of classic cars but many individuals believe that a classic car is unaffordable and that the insurance policy for such a car will be high, but this is simply not true. more info…



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