New EU legislation means that from November 2011 tyres will be labelled for energy efficiency, wet grip and noise. Here’s what to look out for to make sure you’re getting the best for your motor.
With the rising cost of living and ever higher fuel prices, car insurance premiums can be seen as an unwelcome financial burden for motorists.
The future of Swedish carmaker Saab looks pretty bleak, despite recent talk that parts of the bankrupt firm could yet be sold off. What are your rights if you own a Saab?
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) this week published its long-awaited Mortgage Market Review, which sets out how it thinks banks and building societies should change their approach to approving borrowers.
Banks have agreed to cut fees imposed on holidaymakers following an investigation by a government watchdog.
Last year was tough for drivers: more price rises, a few law changes and big headlines for the car-insurance industry. So will 2012 be just as eventful? We look at what’s coming up and how it might affect you.
Giving your insurer the correct information when buying your motor insurance policy is vital if you want to avoid leaving yourself underinsured. Misunderstanding an insurers’ question could leave you without valid insurance when you need it most.
If you’re looking to get a home-security camera to keep an eye on your property when you’re not around, we’ve reviewed one of the latest in the market to help you in your search.
The government has announced plans to cut the bureaucracy facing motorists by phasing out the need to own an insurance certificate or paper driving licence.
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