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Should I take my car to university?

You’ve got all your books packed, pens bought and Nandos loyalty card at the ready, but how are you going to get there? Driving yourself is the obvious solution, but there is a lot to consider when taking your car to universi...

Winter driving tips for new drivers

Winter driving tips for new drivers

Winter driving can be pretty unpleasant for even the best drivers, so it’s no surprise that snow and ice cause a lot of concern for learner and newly-qualified drivers. However, just because it’s grim outdoors, it doesn’t mea...

Do I need a dash cam

Do I need a dash cam?

The Russian dash cam is something which YouTube viewers will probably be familiar with. As highlighted by February’s meteor, the number of dash cams in Russia appears to be higher than in any other country in the world. Peopl...

Save money on fuel

Video: How to save money on fuel

While it’s immensely freeing, driving can also get rather expensive. In this video we take you through a number of ways you can keep your driving costs down so you can enjoy all of the freedom without having to worry so much ...

How to save money on fuel

How to save money on fuel

We know being a young driver can be expensive, but there are ways to minimise the costs of being on the road. If you’re fed up of watching your money disappear into your fuel tank, follow our simple tips to help you save mone...

snow tyres

Do I need snow tyres?

Snow tyres are designed to make driving in snow and ice easier. Unlike regular tyres, they’re designed to cope with wintery conditions and slippery roads. There’s no doubting they’re great for getting about during a cold snap...

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Should I use P-plates

If you’re preparing for life as a newly qualified driver you’re bound to have a lot of questions. If one of these is whether or not you should use P-plates once you’ve passed, this short guide will help you decide....

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What to do after a car accident

Road accidents can happen to even the most cautious of drivers. Although you can ensure that you’re a safe driver, you can’t control other motorists’ actions, and finding yourself involved in a crash can be extremely scary. F...

How to deal with tailgators

How to: deal with tailgaters

Most of us have had to deal with tailgaters. Whether we’ve been driving for 2 days or 20 years, there always seems to be other drivers who just don’t like being behind us. Drivers who tailgate can be intimidating, but knowing...

A guide to defensive driving

A guide to defensive driving

You might think that learning what to do in the driver’s seat is tough enough without having to worry about what everyone else is doing around you, but anticipating other drivers’ actions and expecting the unexpected is all p...

New drivers' guide to tyres

The new drivers’ guide to tyres

Tyres aren’t the most fascinating of subjects, but every driver should know how to look after theirs, what the legal requirements are and how to find your spare. You might not have given much thought to your tyres whilst lear...

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Driving at night

Driving in the dark presents a whole host of new challenges. Driving at night is something which learner drivers will get a bit of experience of in their driving lessons, but it’s important to make sure you’re prepared for ta...

driving through flood water

Driving through flood water

It might not have been a white Christmas, but we’ve certainly had our fair share of adverse weather conditions over the festive period. With parts of the UK having been covered in floodwater over the past couple of weeks, we ...

Change a flat tyre

How to change a flat tyre

It can be pretty unnerving the first time that your journey is interrupted by a flat tyre or puncture. Being stuck at the side of the road with a limping car and a car jack that you’ve never even looked at, let alone used, is...