The Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED) have launched a national awareness campaign, so to make sure that you’re in the know, here’s how you can spot the signs of ghostbroking and how you can avoid being caught by this scam.
A mass industry survey conducted by Accountancy firm KPMG has warned that the vast majority of automotive industry leaders predict that ‘up to 50% of all “physical retail outlets” could close in just seven years.
Car tech has seriously come on leaps and bounds in the last 20 years. From manual locks to keyless entries, from tape-deck entertainment systems to Bluetooth smartphone connectivity, and it’s all centred around making our driving experience better, and keeping us safe.
As motorists, we all know how serious an issue drink-driving is over the festive period. Over 200 people are killed as a result of drink-driving accidents per year, and a further 1,160 are seriously injured.
Back in 2008, the gory imagery that we’ve all come to associate with cigarette packaging was introduced, with the aims of putting off current smokers and discouraging young people to take up the habit.
Following a government consultation at the end of 2016, the plans to increase the maximum penalty for causing death by dangerous driving to a life sentence could be coming into effect.
Chances are, you’ve never heard of a little thing called IPT (Insurance Premium Tax), but if you’ve ever looked into why your insurance is the price it is, you may well have come across it.
Potholes. You hate them, your car hates them and even though you wouldn’t think it, your council absolutely hate them too. Not only can they cost the average motorist thousands of pounds a year in repairs, but your local council’s budget is also getting increasingly strained by the demands in filling them.