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Cars for Dog Owners

Dog owners are renowned for putting their pets first, and it comes as no surprise that this extends to the choice of new and used cars. Owners of larger dogs have some specific requirements which enable them to better care for their animals, both in transit and off-road; in this article we look at a number of the more popular cars and sport utility vehicles (SUVs) that frequently appear on these owners’ driveways. more info…

Traffic Congestion

A new report has revealed that drivers in the UK spend an average of 30 hours a year stuck in traffic. In London, Europe’s most congested city, the figure rises to 101 hours, while Greater Manchester is in second place with 51 hours. The report, by transport analytics organisation INRIX, places the UK sixth in Europe for traffic congestion, behind nations including Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands. more info…

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…

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