driving

Navigate your way to the best breakdown deal

No one likes waiting for hours in their broken-down car for a mechanic to turn up. Here, we reveal what questions you should ask to get the best deal – and whether to pay all year round

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No-deal Brexit - what will be the impact on our personal finances?

The government is set to sit down at the negotiating table with Brussels once again to thrash out a deal for when we exit the EU.

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Drive down car fuel costs and cut your carbon dioxide footprint

Moneywise’s top tips on how to cut your fuel consumption – it’s easier than you think.

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Over half of Brits don't know the rules when driving in Europe

Over half (52%) of Brits are unaware that they need proof of insurance when driving in Europe, and over a third (36%) don’t know they needed a valid full driving license and ID, according to new research from Sainsbury’s...

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Car insurance premiums falling

There’s a rare bit of good news for motorists as insurance premiums are falling, fuelled by anticipated legislation to help combat false whiplash claims and cut insurance payouts.

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Britain's best and worst motorway services revealed

More than nine in 10 (92%) people who visit motorway services are satisfied with their experience, a user survey has revealed.

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Eight in 10 drivers miss out on the best car finance deal

Less than a fifth (18%) of drivers shop around to find the best deal when purchasing their car on finance, research by AA Cars shows.

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Funny money: Doctors more likely to hit your car than other professions

Motorists may be surprised to hear that GPs are the most accident-prone drivers in the UK.

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Car insurance: are you being taken for a ride?

Paying a voluntary excess can reduce your premium – but not in all cases. Here’s what you need to know when you’re shopping around for a policy.

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Left in the lurch after BSM driving lessons

Taking driving lessons can be a stressful time.

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