motoring

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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Loyal drivers pay over the odds for insurance despite price cuts

Almost two-thirds of loyal motorists who stick with the same insurer are not benefiting from recent cuts in the cost of insurance, new research has revealed.

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Little relief at the pumps for motorists

Motorists were provided with little welcome relief at the pumps in June after suffering the worst monthly petrol price rise in 18 years in May.

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Motorists 'fleeced' at the pumps

Motorists blighted by recent fuel prices rises will be angered that retailers are raising prices over and above oil price changes.

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Motorists face tougher MOT tests from Sunday

Stringent new rules for MOT tests in England, Scotland, and Wales come into force this Sunday (20 May 2018).

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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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Motorists see fuel price hikes as oil price soars

Motorists will find nothing but woe at the fuel pumps in the wake of US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.

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Car insurance costs down but drivers don't see any savings

Insurers are not passing on cost savings to drivers, comparison site Confused.com warns.

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Motorists warned not to drive under the in-FLU-ence

Motorists are being warned to check they are safe to drive if they are unwell or taking medication for cold and flu.

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England’s worst roads revealed: How to claim pothole compensation

Motorists should be wary of worsened road conditions in the aftermath of the ‘Beast from the East’ as the country’s worst roads can now be revealed.

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