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New official fuel consumption and CO2 tests explained

The current official car fuel economy lab test cycle, the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC), has been in use since the 1990s and car technology has mo

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The Motor Ombudsman – what is it and how can it help you?

The Motor Ombudsman is a government backed body set up by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) and approved by the Chartered Trading

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Learning to drive – where can you learn before you re 17?

If your child is approaching their 17th birthday, one way to give them a strong grounding in road safety and basic driving skills is to take an under-

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Driving test changes 2017 – how much does it cost to pass your test?

Only a third of 17 to 20-year-olds held a full licence in 2015. A big part of the reason for the drop in young people taking their test appears to be

Buying a car

Driving test changes 2017 – everything you need to know

The biggest killer of young men and women aged under 24 is car accidents. One in five newly qualified drivers will have a crash within six months of p

Buying a car

Driving test changes 2017 – how to keep young drivers safe

The first few years of driving are a dangerous time when a lack of experience combined with misplaced confidence can often result in a crash. Nearly o

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Buying a 67-plate car? 10 tips to get the best deal

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Buying a 67-plate car? 10 tips to get the best deal

A record 2.69 million new cars were registered in 2016, so if you’re considering a new motor, you’re in good company. A car is a significant purchase,

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Crash-damaged cars: everything you need to know

Until recently crash-damaged cars were put into four different categories: A, B, C and D. Below, we look at the old system in detail.

The previous

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Should I buy a diesel car? Everything you need to know

There appears to have been a massive U-turn in the official opinion on diesel cars. They have gone from being the most favoured – and financially ince


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