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Are caravan sat navs worth the money?

Are caravan sat navs worth the money?

With campsites opening in much of the UK, we look into whether dedicated caravan sat navs could really take the stress out of your British summer holiday.

Budget 2021: Fuel duty frozen for 11th consecutive year

Budget 2021: Fuel duty frozen for 11th consecutive year

In a highly anticipated Budget speech, Mr Sunak cancelled the proposed fuel-duty rise, to provide a small respite for motorists from the increasing costs of motoring.

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Five tips for cleaning the inside of your car

Five tips for cleaning the inside of your car

We share five useful tips to help take the strain out of cleaning your car interior and find you the best tools, strategy and vacuum cleaners for the job.

5 driving mistakes that raise your motoring costs

5 driving mistakes that raise your motoring costs

You could be making some basic mistakes causing your car to operate less effectively. Our experts reveal the common errors that cost you more overall in fuel and maintenance costs....

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Government cuts short MOT exemption: is your car’s MOT due?

Government cuts short MOT exemption: is your car’s MOT due?

The UK has cut short its six month MOT check extension for drivers during the coronavirus pandemic. We round up the changes and latest UK rules on MOT checks.

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Is cheap car breakdown cover any good?

Is cheap car breakdown cover any good?

The AA and RAC are the best-known car breakdown providers, but their cover doesn’t come cheap. You can save a lot of money by opting for basic cover, or even...

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Driving during the coronavirus lockdown: your questions answered

Driving during the coronavirus lockdown: your questions answered

Since the government’s COVID-19 lockdown was implemented on March 23, traffic on our roads has fallen to levels not seen in decades – meaning millions of cars languishing on the...

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Petrol stations could close due to coronavirus: we explain how to drive and refuel safely

Petrol stations could close due to coronavirus: we explain how to drive and refuel safely

Following warnings that some petrol stations may need to shut down due to a 70% drop in sales, here’s how to plan your journey and protect yourself and others if you need to refuel

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Coronavirus: drivers to get six-month MOT extension

Coronavirus: drivers to get six-month MOT extension

UPDATE: 29 June 2020: The Government has today announced that mandatory MOT testing will resume from 01 August. Drivers whose MOT is due prior to that date will still benefit...

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New cars emit more climate changing CO2 than old, according to Which? tests

New cars emit more climate changing CO2 than old, according to Which? tests

New cars that meet the latest emission standards actually produce more climate changing CO2 than the cars they replace, according to Which? tests

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