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The Problems with Using Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) for Purchasing Cars

Posted: 26/03/2020

90% of people in the UK currently use personal contract purchase (PCP) as a way of purchasing cars on finance – however, an investigation led by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has highlighted that this may not be in the best of the customers, with the average motorist spending up to £1,100 than they need Continue Reading →

How to future-proof your fleet: things to look out for

Posted: 12/08/2019

What is the size of the UK company’s fleets? It is estimated that the size of the UK’s company fleet has remained stable over the past decade, amounting to just under one million in total. However, in the most recent (provisional) statistics looking at this data for 2017/2018, the Government predicts that this number is Continue Reading →

Car insurance premiums continue to rise

Posted: 18/07/2019

Car insurance premiums rise by a third It has been revealed in the most recent data collected from 2018, that UK drivers have had their car premiums rise by over a third since 2015, with one of the main reasons that have attributed to this rise is a change in government policy. Car insurance premiums Continue Reading →

New temporary car insurance ‘Jaunt’ lanches

Posted: 12/07/2019

New temporary car insurance policy is launched Earlier this month, a brand new temporary car insurance policy scheme has been released by the insurer BGL, under a new brand, Jaunt. The idea behind Jaunt is that drivers will be able to get comprehensive car insurance to use someone else’s car for a period of up Continue Reading →

The Pros and Cons for Driverless Cars

Posted: 20/05/2019

With the likes of Waymo and Lyft bringing self-driving cars into everyday transport technology, driverless cars could very much be a norm in our foreseeable future. Although this exciting and innovative technology could completely revolutionise the way in which transportation is run, as many strengths as there are to this comes a list of potential Continue Reading →