A new government-backed savings programme for struggling first-time buyers appears to be particularly generous. So why has it been subject to criticism?
Officials say there has been no spike in drivers trying to evade tax since the disc was phased out. But new rules on car sales are catching some buyers out.
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From a freeze in fuel duty to cuts in tax on savings, we round up the highlights of Chancellor George Osborne’s final pre-election Budget.
Fancy saving a bit of money on your regular commute or a long-distance trip? If so, this new wave of lift-sharing services could be right up your street.
Texting and emailing at the wheel, and an overreliance on sat navs may be the reasons behind a recent increase in the number of serious road accidents.
Have you got a damaged credit history? If so it could harm your chances of buying a new car if you’re planning to use a personal loan or dealer finance.
Keyless entry and ignition systems are being exploited by criminals to steal cars. We explain how to protect yourself against this growing threat.
Drivers who smoke while carrying passengers under the age of 18 will face a £50 on-the-spot fine from October as a result of legislation passed this week.
Secondhand versions of the new Porsche Macan are being sold at a sizeable profit as demand hugely outstrips supply. But will this anomaly last?
Chris is the former personal finance editor at the Daily Express. He's been a journalist for more than 10 years and contributes to a wide range of finance and business titles.Read more from Chris
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