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No claims bonus explained

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We explain what a no claims bonus is, how to build it, and how it affects your car insurance premium.  Read More…

Car insurance traps to avoid

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You might know everything there is to know about your car but are you au fait with the finer details of your insurance policy?  Read More…

How to complain about your insurance provider

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Hopefully you won’t have any problems with your insurance company, but if you do, you can follow these simple steps to get a fair resolution.  Read More…

Should you pay to park at the pub?

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Some pubs have started installing pay-and-display machines to stop shoppers and even parents on the school run using their car parks. But is this fair?

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Why your boss was probably a middle-seat child

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Children who sit in the middle seat of the car are more likely to grow up to be successful in later life, particularly in business, research shows.

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Car review: Mercedes-Benz C 220 BlueTEC SPORT ESTATE

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Outstanding comfort and performance are the hallmarks of this new estate, says reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay. And the price is lower than you’d expect.

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Car review: Rolls-Royce Wraith

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You might need a second mortgage to afford one, but the new Wraith from Rolls-Royce is simply out of this world, writes motor reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.

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Britain’s top 10 most reliable cars

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Honda’s Jazz is the UK’s most reliable car, according to new research, with fellow Japanese models dominating a list of the most trustworthy vehicles.

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General Election 2015: What’s in it for motorists?

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Drivers contribute taxes worth billions of pounds a year to Treasury coffers. So why do the main parties appear to be so complacent about winning their votes?

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Retro car colours: Is brown the new black?

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Thought beige, brown, gold and yellow cars were confined to the 1970s? Think again. Retro colours are making a comeback, writes motoring journalist Tim Barnes-Clay.

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