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Oct
25
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Driving Tips
Vehicles plying through London’s congestion zone already bear the brunt of a £11.50 congestion charge, which was introduced earlier in an effort to regulate traffic flow and curb air pollution. Despite best efforts, air quality in the capital continues to deteriorate, reportedly causing premature death of nearly 9,000 residents each year and severely affecting the health of both adults and kids. In a measure to further control pollution, a new “toxicity charge” aka T-Charge has been recently slapped on cars, vans, buses, coaches and HGVs that do not conform to Euro 4 emission standards.
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Oct
25
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Driving Tips
Vehicles plying through London’s congestion zone already bear the brunt of a £11.50 congestion charge, which was introduced earlier in an effort to regulate traffic flow and curb air pollution. Despite best efforts, air quality in the capital continues to deteriorate, reportedly causing premature death of nearly 9,000 residents each year and severely affecting the health of both adults and kids. In a measure to further control pollution, a new “toxicity charge” aka T-Charge has been recently slapped on cars, vans, buses, coaches and HGVs that do not conform to Euro 4 emission standards.
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Oct
17
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Buying Guides
Thinking of buying a used car? Whilst the internet makes it easier than ever to browse and search for cheap used cars, it is often hard to know if you are making a good choice, or if you are really getting value for money. Buying used cars from private sellers can be a daunting and risky process for many reasons, we explain why you should stick with trade garages when buying your next used car.
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Oct
17
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Buying Guides
Thinking of buying a used car? Whilst the internet makes it easier than ever to browse and search for cheap used cars, it is often hard to know if you are making a good choice, or if you are really getting value for money. Buying used cars from private sellers can be a daunting and risky process for many reasons, we explain why you should stick with trade garages when buying your next used car.
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Sep
30
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Laws and Regualtions
You may have been driving for years and think you know all there is to know about what you should or shouldn’t be doing. But you might be a little surprised at some of these laws that can see you getting a fine or even points on your licence.
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Sep
23
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The "Expert Advice"
Summer is drawing to a close and the nights are drawing in. Autumn may not seem like the obvious time to buy a convertible but, for many drivers, it's the best time to go shopping for the car you've always wanted. If you're a buyer the market is quieter and things tend to move a little more slowly. Furthermore, you won't be at risk of making an impulse purchase on a sunny day that you'll come to regret later on. You can also take full advantage of those short sighted heart over head buyers who bought a convertible back in the sunny days of June and have since come to regret their purchase. If you're serious about buying a convertible then autumn and winter are the seasons to go shopping.
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