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What To Do If You Put The Wrong Fuel In Your Vehicle

Putting the wrong fuel in a car, whether it’s petrol or diesel is something many motorists will always worry about happening to them, ok, maybe not drivers of electric vehicles. Most of us tend to put the world to rights in our mind while filling up at our local petrol station, maybe just thinking about what coffee to buy, unfortunately it only takes a second to make the mistake if you’re not paying full attention, and the consequences can be both financial and personal embarrassment once it happens.

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New 2022 UK Driving Laws – Recap

In January 2022, we wrote an article about some of the UK’s proposed changes coming into effect that would impact both private, and motor trade industry drivers of new and used vehicles. Driving laws and the highway code are always subject to change by our government, it’s advisable to keep up to date, regularly check and carry out your own research before setting of on any journey, especially if you want to avoid having an awkward conversation with your local insurance broker about the policy you currently have in place.

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Competition And Markets Authority Increase Spotlight On UK Fuel Prices

Motorists currently struggling to afford the cost of putting fuel into new and used cars may be heartened to hear officialdom has been investigating the whole fuel-price saga. In June 2022, following prompting by Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, the CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) committed to an urgent review of the UK’s volatile fuel market, their report was published on 08 July.

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Guide To Extreme Heat and Summer Driving

Extreme heat and sunshine are a fact of life for much of the UK, but it’s not just about dealing with sweaty summers, extended daylight hours, and all that annoying sunshine. These factors combined also increase the risk of suffering from dehydration, heat exhaustion, or even heat stroke when spending too much time outdoors.

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Speed Limiters Now Added to New Vehicles

Home Office figures for 2021 reveal more than 6,000 drivers a day were caught speeding by either traffic police, or on speed cameras. In an effort to boost road safety and ensure widespread compliance with speed limits, the EU has announced that as from 06 July 2022, all new vehicles sold on the European market must be fitted with speed limiters.

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Motorists Buy Their Own Petrol Pump

The Motor Trade Industry fully understand how fuel prices have impacted on the average motorist. But hardly a motor dealer or filling station owner will have come across a motoring community that have taken things entirely into their own hands, yet that’s exactly what people living in Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders did back in 2018.

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