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Help Avoid Keyless Car Theft

Keyless cars were initially developed in 1995 by Siemens for the motor trade, to be installed in Mercedes-Benz vehicles. They’ve come a long way since then, but so has the technology used by criminals to steal them. The older the car, the more vulnerable, but there are ways to help prevent this ever-increasing crime. A keyless new or used car can be broken into and driven away in a matter of seconds, so taking precautions is essential. The convenience of keyless entry and start goes without saying, but to thieves, it is just a different sort of challenge. They are now using a relay car hack to break into vehicles easily, quickly and without causing damage. more info…

Cracking Christmas Gifts for Car Enthusiasts

The key to buying great Christmas presents is knowing exactly what excites the recipient – and when it comes to petrolheads, it’s obvious. There’ is an array of fantastic motoring gifts out there, so whether you’re buying for a friend in the motor trade, a racing aficionado or a family member who adores casual weekend drives, you should be able to find the perfect present. If you need some inspiration, here are some great festive gift ideas. more info…

Motoring and Alcohol – The Drink Drive Alcohol Limit

With the festive season approaching many of us will be attending a party or two. However, if you’re planning to take your car or even drive it the following day; monitoring your alcohol consumption is essential. Drinking alcohol before driving any vehicle increases the chances of having an accident, it will also land you in serious trouble if over the limit and stopped by the police. We look at answering a few frequently asked questions on the subject. more info…

Green Motoring – The Plug-In Car Grant Scheme

Motorists in the UK looking to buy new electric cars could face steeper costs in future. It has been reported that budgetary constraints could result in further cuts being made to the government’s plug-in car grant scheme, not only would this affect consumers, it would also have implications for the motor trade, including vehicle manufacturers and dealerships selling new and used electric cars. more info…



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