Tuesday, 15 October 2019
How to protect yourself from telephone scammers
Unexpected calls are a part of everyday life. Companies will contact you for a variety of reasons, from trying to sell you things to conducting surveys. Sometimes you’ll receive a call at the most inconvenient time and, in a distracted moment, you’ve fallen for a scam.
Wednesday, 02 October 2019
Car insurance guide for experienced drivers
If you’ve been on the road for many years, you’d expect your car insurance policy to look a little different by now, and reasonably so. In fact, insurers take into account experience when deciding what they can offer their customers. If you’re wondering what that means for you, read on and we’ll tell you.
Monday, 30 September 2019
How to choose the right car for each stage of your life
Whether you’ve been on the road 4 days or 40 years, choosing a new car doesn’t get any easier. It’s a big decision, after all. The vehicle you buy will be one of the biggest investments you’ll make, and it’s one you’re likely to live with for many years, so it’s important you get it right.
Friday, 20 September 2019
Learning to drive later in life
Learning to drive can be a nerve-wracking experience at any age, but doing so later in life can be a particularly daunting prospect. It’s easy to convince yourself that it’s too late to pick up and master a whole new set of skills. The good news is learning to drive later in life is more common than you might think.
Thursday, 08 August 2019
A guide to home insurance with lodgers
Letting out a spare room can be an excellent idea if you’re looking to bring in some extra cash or would simply like some company. Read on and we’ll tell you all you need to know about keeping your home covered when your circumstances change.
Friday, 26 July 2019
How to check the air pressure in your tyres
When you think about it, your tyres are the point of contact between you, your car and the road, and will cover many thousands of miles in their lifetime. One thing that’s crucial for your tyres is that the air pressure inside them is what it ought to be. Read on and we’ll cover the basics.