When the UK went into lockdown, car auctions – like most businesses – had to close but, for some reason which escapes us, they are yet to reopen.
Summer holidays have changed so it’s time to think about alternative ways of spending time with our beloved friends.
This week saw the reopening of the motor industry. Great news for the motor industry and for those of us looking to buy a new car, but the process of buying and selling cars is now a totally different ball game.
When your correspondent filed this piece, our editor Rob Harkavy took on a misty-eyed, wistful demeanour, recalling his carefree youth when he used to bomb around the country in a white, H-plate Renault 5GT Turbo just like the one pictured. With the whole country on lockdown, buying and selling cars has Continue Reading
When you buy your dream car, every detail of it you want to keep immaculate especially, its alloys! The majority of cars will have alloys, and they do have certain benefits – they are lighter, they help your car’s performance, and they improve how they drive. However, improper upkeep, including poor Continue Reading
An MOT certificate confirms at the time of the test your car met the minimum road safety and environmental standards required by law. It doesn’t mean your car will remain roadworthy for the following 12 months. For any vehicle that is over three years old, undergoing and passing an annual MOT Continue Reading
Buying a used car can be terribly stressful, especially if you haven’t done your homework. Perhaps your current motor has made its final pitstop and is taking the highway to motoring heaven, or maybe you just fancy a change. Either way, check out these top tips from Carwise of Epping, Essex. Continue Reading