If your car is drinking the juice too quickly, here's six reasons possibly why.
Entrusting your child with their own house key is a rite of passage for most families, and some parents now give keys to children as young as nine. But before you get those keys cut, spare a thought for the security of your home.
Do you get territorial with your motor when it comes to letting your other half drive it? Motoring journalist Maria McCarthy looks at relationships and cars.
If you have been spurred on by the dreary January weather to book a holiday, it pays to have travel insurance in place. We look at the pros and cons of single-trip versus annual travel cover.
Wet weather is an inconvenience for many, but if you live in an area prone to flooding it's a much more serious matter. Here's how to make a claim for flooding on your home insurance policy.
Brits young and old are increasingly heading off to see the world armed with just a few belongings strapped to their backs. But it pays to protect against the unexpected. We explain all about backpacker insurance.
We secretly filmed an actor, pretending to be drunk, as he asked passersby to help him into his car? How many people do you think refused?
The financial watchdog receives hundreds of complaints every year from animal lovers unhappy their pet insurer has rejected their claim. We detail common issues and explain how to avoid finding yourself in a similar situation.
Now the cold weather has set in home insurance providers are standing by to promote home emergency cover. But what counts as an emergency?
What’s the best way of insuring someone else to drive your car - adding them to your car insurance policy on a short-term basis or getting them to take out their own temporary car insurance? We weigh up both options.
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