Previously on the blog, I’ve written about the pros and cons of buying cars new, nearly new or used. When you’re buying a car used or nearly new, as well as checking out the side of main roads in your local area, you can also look online.
Of course, popular choices are sites such as Gumtree, eBay and Autotrader. However, there are auction sites other than eBay. In fact, while they’re still a little less known, they could be a cheaper and better choice for you! One of these sites is BPI Auctions. View Post
There is always so much to do when you’re planning a family trip. Even just planning where to go can take quite some thought when you have children in tow! However, before you’re going on a long journey anywhere, it’s essential that you do some car checks to ensure a smooth journey and your safety.
Checks should ideally be done soon before travelling, but with enough time to rectify any problems! View Post
My car isn’t a Lamborghini, it isn’t my dream Land Rover Defender 110, or a beautiful classic Mini with sparkling chrome. I’m not sure whether it would be anyone’s dream car, in fact, and it isn’t perfect. It has a few little dents scattered here and there and I need to touch up some of the paintwork. However, I am very fond of my little Toyota Yaris. View Post
Whether it’s your first car, or you’ve bought several cars, buying a car can be a nerve-wracking experience. I’ve been fortunate, as my Dad used to be a mechanic. Growing up, I was always interested in cars, and he taught me the basics. If I want to buy a car, I still take him with me. Failing that, I ask my Uncle-in-law along, as he’s also very knowledgeable about cars.
There are several things you should bear in mind when buying a car, whether it’s new, nearly new or used. Hopefully this will help you out! View Post
When you’re a parent, one of the last things you want is for your car to break down. With children in the car, a breakdown becomes even more of a nightmare! While you’re on the way to pick them up is potentially worse. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to make this situation less likely. View Post