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Night traffic on busy road

Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Our guide to driving in the dark

When driving at night it’s important that you take extra care, as driving in the dark is more dangerous than driving in the daylight. In this guide we share our driving in the dark safety tips, so that you can reduce your chances of having an accident.

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Silver classic car

Monday, 17 September 2018

A guide to classic car insurance

The biggest expense when it comes to classic cars is usually the purchase price, but there are other things you’ll have to budget for, one of the most important being classic car insurance. To help you choose the cover you need, we’ve created this guide.

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Silver car with frontal damage after crash

Thursday, 13 September 2018

A guide to write offs

A car classed as an insurance write off is a car that has suffered damage that the insurer deems to be uneconomical to repair or unsafe to drive. You may have always wondered what a write off is and whether it is safe to drive. In this guide, we aim to reveal all.

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Parked cars with driverless symbols in a parking lot

Monday, 10 September 2018

A guide to driverless cars

Right now, the likes of Google and Ford are developing cars that will allow us to drive from A to B without having to touch the steering wheel. The artificially intelligent, driverless cars we’ve seen in Sci-Fi movies are set to become a reality within a decade, whether we’re ready for it or not.

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A stormy sky above houses in the countryside

Friday, 07 September 2018

Protect your home against stormy weather

Severe or stormy weather can cause all sorts of trouble for your home, and can sometimes result in serious damage to your property and possessions. Often damage is unavoidable, but there are precautions you can take to minimise the risks from severe weather. We’ve put together some useful hints and tips about what you can do when it comes to storms or flooding.

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Broken car windscreen and woman on the phone

Wednesday, 05 September 2018

A guide to car windscreen cover

It doesn’t matter how conscientious a driver you are, you might still get a chip or crack in your windscreen. This could be caused by everything from small stones in the road hitting your windscreen, extreme hot and cold temperatures, direct impact, stormy weather or a structural weakness.

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