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Can you drive a motorhome on a car licence?

Before you take the plunge and buy a motorhome, it’s probably worth checking if you’re actually eligible to drive one on your current driving licence.  For the most part, the year you passed your driving test determines whether or not you’re legally...

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Classic Car Breakdown Cover – How are you covered?

Classic car breakdown cover is such a worthwhile investment for any classic car owner. The last thing you want is to spend time and money on your beloved vehicle, only to end up stranded on the side of the road. If you’re looking into classic car...

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Is it safe to jump start a classic car?

Jump starting a car may not be something that every car owner has had to do, but it’s certainly a concept that most of us are familiar with: Your car won’t start so you get another one that will, connect the jump leads to your engine, start it up and off...

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Restoring Your Classic Car: Things You Need to Know

As classic car enthusiast, owner, or collector, you’ll probably find very few things are as satisfying as restoring one yourself. However, it’s important to really think things through first before beginning a project. This is because restoring a classic...

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Pros and cons of owning a classic car

Thinking about buying a classic car? The reality of owning a classic car can be very different to admiring one in a showroom, so before you make the decision, here are a few pros and cons to give you a better idea. Pros Uniqueness There’s something...

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Is motorhome insurance cheaper than van insurance?

Generally speaking, motorhome insurance tends to be cheaper than van insurance. This is because motorhomes typically have fewer claims, do fewer miles and are not used for commercial purposes. However, if you only use your van for personal use, and aren’t...

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How classic car insurance is calculated

Whether your classic car is your pride and joy or it’s simply a fun hobby, you’ll want to get adequate classic car insurance to ensure it’s covered should anything go wrong. If you’re just looking for a quote, you can contact us at Carole Nash on 0333 005...

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Policy vs price – how to choose the best classic car insurance for you

When looking for classic car insurance, it’s only natural to immediately make price your main priority. After all, why wouldn’t you choose the cheapest policy available?  However, contrary to popular belief, the cheapest policies aren’t always the best...

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A Revolutionary Supercar: The Maserati Bora

Supercars are among the finest vehicles in the classic car world. They have a great mixture of performance, engineering and style. The Maserati Bora has earned a reputation for being one of the greatest supercars in history. It came out at a time when...

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Ferrari 290 MM is Sold at Museum Sale For Over £17m

It was the final car on offer at the last major classic car auction of the year, the extremely rare and sought after 1956 Ferrari 290 MM by Scaglietti. After a lengthy bidding war, the car was eventually sold for $22m, the equivalent of over £17m. The...

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Top Tips For Selling a Used Car Online

When it comes to selling your used car online, no matter how sentimental it is, you’ll be looking to get as much money as you can for it. This is why listing your car online can work to your advantage, because you’ll be able expose it to a much wider...

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Classic Car News

British Automotive Supply Chain Enjoying A Renaissance Thanks To Government Programme

Brexit may have placed a lot of uncertainty on the car industry, but there are certain businesses that have been able to thrive. British companies that make car parts have earned £41 million in extra private investment over the last four years, due to a...

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Classic Car News

Top Tips For Buying a Used Car Online

From classic cars to modern motors, buying a used car online can sometimes be a difficult process, often leaving people confused and occasionally ripped off. So, with this in mind we wanted to go through some top tips to help you make the best decision...

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Classic Car News

Unusual Vehicles: Buick Centurion

Unusual Vehicles is a segment that looks into the history of unconventional cars from all over the world. Certain motors break the mould and have a design that’s ahead of the time. The Buick Centurion is a good example, as it had a futuristic appearance...

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Classic Car News

New Research Finds UK Fleets Replace Cars Earlier Than European Average

Every country has its own policy on keeping cars, but new research has revealed that UK fleets are keeping cars and vans almost two years less than the European average. The research, carried out by vehicle leasing company, Arval, found the average time...

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5 of The Slowest Cars Ever Made

There are many classic cars out there that manage to combine, iconic styles, with adrenaline pumping power and speed. However, there have been a few examples of both classic and modern cars over the years, which unfortunately have been somewhat lacking in...

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Older Cars At Risk From Not Being Compatible With New E10 Fuel

The UK government’s campaign to lower carbon emissions could mean popular family cars may be incompatible with a new fuel that’s being rolled out. E10 fuel is a new type of biofuel that’s being billed as environmentally friendly. E10 is made up of 90%...

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Recycled Plastics Could Fuel Hydrogen Cars In The Future

As cars become more environmentally friendly, scientists are looking into alternative types of fuel. A team of researchers at Swansea University have developed a way of turning plastic waste into hydrogen. The process involves adding a light-absorbing...

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Unusual Vehicles: Rumpler Tropfenwagen

Unusual Vehicles is a segment that looks into the history of an unconventional car. From the earliest days of car manufacturing, engineers were looking for a way to make an aerodynamic vehicle. Edmund Rumpler succeeded with the Rumpler Tropfenwagen....

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Some Tips For Saving Money With Your First Classic Car

So, you’ve set your sights on purchasing your first classic car, and you want to ensure that you’re truly getting your money’s worth. Amongst other things, you’ll have to be careful not to choose a car that may end up costing you much more down the line. ...

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Top five tips for commuting on a motorcycle in winter

Should you put your bike into hibernation for the colder months, or brave the weather and continue to commute to work?

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Top five all-rounders for 2022

These practical machines look capable of doing a bit of everything for the savvy buyer. It’s a concept we totally buy in to, and these five are definitely worth a look.

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