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It is widely accepted that you will get more for your car if you sell it yourself than if you take a trade in offer from a dealer against your next vehicle.
After all the preparation, cost and hassle of selling your car, you’d think it would be time to sit back and relish your success.
There comes a time in your car’s life when enough is enough. It’s simply not worth another costly trip to the garage and no one is interested in buying it anyway.
All cars need regular servicing and maintenance to stay safe and in tip-top condition and you need someone to call on if you need a repair.
If you want to spread the cost of buying a car, you have several options when it comes to car finance.
Buying a car is a major financial outlay, whether you opt for a new, nearly-new or second hand model.
With the price of fuel apparently going up all the time, we all want to make sure we use as little as possible and get the most miles per gallon from our cars.
Most of us pay for our car insurance in affordable monthly payments, and many of us are paying for our cars themselves in exactly the same way.
You might think that passing your driving test makes you a safe and capable driver, but in truth that is just the start.
Parking is the Achilles’ Heel for many drivers, especially the skill of reverse parking into a tight space that is not much bigger than your car.
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