Winter? It’s S’no(w) Problem for These Cars

Winter wreaks havoc on our roads, there’s no denying that. But, you can fight this havoc, or more specifically successfully circumvent it, by getting yourself a car that is packed full of winter readiness. Just a few of these cars…
A guide to driving safely in the dark

Summer has been and gone, and we are nearly at the end of Autumn too which only means one thing – here comes winter…and the dark nights. As the clocks go back at the end of October, nights quickly start…
6 auto companies that will lead the future

We’ve all read about electric cars, self-driving cars, hi-tech enduro tires and other trends that will shape the future of driving. But what are the companies making the biggest impact on these technologies. Here, we identify 6 companies that will…
Lifestyle with Cars

Getting into a car accident could be the worst thing to happen, especially if you’re out with the latest trendiest car on the market. The public embarrassment and the costs of fines and damages can be easily avoided by following…
Cool Ways Your Car Can Make You Money

We get so used to paying out money when it comes to our cars, that it can often be hard to get our heads around the idea that we can actually make money from our cars too. Because we can.…

Car owners all over the world are concerned about the value of their vehicle. As soon as you purchase a new one, it drops sharply in value and over time, the value of your vehicle will continue to fall if…
The Car Trends That Need to Be Killed Off in 2018

As we approach the end of 2017 and draw ever closer to the end of the 2010s as a whole, it seems like car technology is advancing at a rate it never has before. Cars Are becoming safer, more and…
Financing Your Car: All You Need To Know

If you are looking to get a new car, then where do you start? After choosing the make and model that you want, it is time to have a look at how much it is all going to cost you.…
When 12 volts Isn’t Enough

In the early part of the 1900s, virtually all cars and trucks had 6 Volt electrical systems. In other words, the battery was a 6 Volt battery, the starter was a 6 Volt starter, and all the accessories operated on…