Crumbling, pothole-strewn roads have become the biggest problem for the UK’s drivers. Campaigners say the government needs to invest more in maintenance and repair.
Unnecessary and confusing signs make roadsides look ugly and can even increase the risk of accidents. The Department for Transport is planning a big clean-up.
Road rage, texting at the wheel and poor parking can all be a big turn-off to members of the opposite sex, according to researchers. But do you agree?
Britain’s credit-card providers have been stretching their interest-free deals even further in recent weeks – but there are potential traps to watch out for.
The government is raising the rate of tax on motor and home premiums by more than 50% in November. This is likely to have a big impact on the cost of cover.
Falling mortgage costs and soaring rents mean that many young people could be better off saving up and buying a property rather than remaining tenants.
New research shows thousands of drivers think their insurance policies lack transparency and are difficult to understand. We identify the most common problems.
Low-emission vehicles are cheaper to run and incur lower tax rates, says a new campaign set up to promote electric cars. But the government plans to cut incentives.
Signs to help drivers compare the cost of motorway fuel have been in the pipeline for two years. But ministers still can’t say when the scheme will be up and running.
The governor of the Bank of England says rates could finally rise towards the end of this year. So what does this mean for borrowers and savers?
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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