Why you Should Steer Clear of Part Work Tyres

23rd May 2019

part work tyresMotorists everywhere have been warned to stay away from buying part-worn tyres. Running a car is not a cheap thing to do, so the idea of cutting costs is tempting for those on a budget. The thing is, when you cut the cost of your tyres, you increase the risks of your health and safety. A car is a machine built with many different components and already comes with a risk when you drive it. The last thing that you want to do is increase your risk of driving unsafely. Continue reading

The History of Volkswagen Cars

22nd March 2019

Volkswagen carsVolkswagen is one of the oldest automakers in the world. Founded in 1937 by the German Labour Front and headquartered in Wolfsburg, it’s one of the largest automakers in the world and still continues to push incredible sales numbers. Continue reading

Confusion around Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems

25th January 2019

ADAS confusionADAS (advanced driver-assistance systems) are systems to help drivers in the driving process. They are intended to increase vehicle and road safety by means of a human-machine interface. However experts are concerned that the hype surrounding automated driving is confusing to drivers and could be dangerous. Continue reading

Investing in Cars

22nd November 2018

classic car investingWhile most people just accept that their car will continue to depreciate in value from the moment it first hits the road, there are those for whom investing in cars is a passion and it can be a lucrative one if you choose wisely. Continue reading

Safe Driving in the Sunshine

18th July 2018

summer drivingIn the summertime you might find that the sun impacts your vision whilst driving. If this is the case then make sure you allow more room between yourself and the vehicle in front, this gives you more time to react and stop if necessary. In the same way your stopping distance is longer in wet or snowy conditions, if the sunlight is affecting your vision then you need to make a similar adjustment. Continue reading

Audi’s answer to the hybrid market

21st March 2018

Audi introducing hybrid carFollowing Audi’s commitment a few years ago to embrace the electric and hybrid market, they have now announced that their first ever all-electric car will arrive at the beginning of 2019. The Audi e-tron quattro concept will be the prototype of their next-generation SUV and is powered exclusively by electricity. Continue reading

How to Drive Safely in the Snow

25th January 2018

drive safely in the snowAlthough snow is pretty to look at and fun to play in, it’s much less pleasant when you have to drive in snowy conditions. When there’s been a heavy snowfall or it’s currently snowing, your best bet is to stay home and not travel in it at all if possible. You may not always have a choice though, so here are some tips for driving safely in the snow. Continue reading

Have emissions put off UK Diesel Car buyers?

24th November 2017

diesel cars UKWith all the concern about diesel emissions, diesel scrappage schemes and even bans, it wouldn’t be surprising to find that UK drivers are avoiding diesel vehicles at all costs, however data from Cazana’s used vehicle database has shown that this is just not the case. Continue reading