If you’re in the market for a car to carry disabled passengers, you probably have a different set of priorities to other car buyers: a focus on easy access and features that make life easier. We consider the different features that you should be prioritising and choose a few suitable models.
In a world where running costs and impact on the environment are increasingly a priority, fuel economy is one of the most important considerations when buying a car. Unfortunately making sense of the published fuel consumption figures isn’t as easy as it could be. We hope that this guide will help you make sense of that information, as well as suggesting some great, cheap-to-run cars.
We British seem to love SUVs. Three of the top 10 best sellers in 2019 were SUVs.* But what if you want to actually go off-road? Which models have four-wheel drive that’s good enough to actually cope with mud, snow, sand and rocks? And what should you look for if you want to tackle some rough terrain in your car?
Despite our, ahem, changeable weather, we Brits are responsible for more sales of convertibles than almost any other country in Europe. So what should we look for in a drop-top and which models are worth buying?
British winters aren’t as severe as those in some other countries, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t have our challenges on the road when the temperature drops. A good car for winter driving is very useful in all parts of the country – and especially so in certain regions. We suggest what to look for in an all-weather vehicle and choose our favourites.
There is a growing consideration of mobility for disabled people in the automotive industry, and an increasing number of options available. But whether you’re disabled, or need to carry disabled passengers, there are a number of things to factor in when choosing the right vehicle.
Motor manufacturers have fully embraced electric vehicles (EVs). This means there are now plenty of used EVs for eco-conscious buyers to snap up. But which one to go for? We highlight the important things to consider when on the hunt for a zero-emissions bargain.
Bad driving habits lead to frustration, congestion and even crashes. Here, we take a look at some of the worst, albeit ones that you will see on most British roads, most days.
Congratulations! You’ve had your car for a year. Besides blowing out the candles on the cake, what do you need to do now? Keep it? Sell it? Service it?