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Gone in 60 seconds: high-tech car theft

High-tech car theft is becoming a concerning reality. Cars from brands like BMW, Range Rover or Mercedes-Benz can disappear right from your driveway – without the keys.

Seven dangerous driving habits to break

A look at seven of the worst dangerous driving habits and why you ought to quit them.

How to transport your classic car internationally

With planning and the right international classic car transport, moving your car can be hassle free, cost effective and can save you time.

Dealing with tailgating safely

One of the biggest thing drivers find annoying on the road is tailgating. Here's advice on how to deal with it, from TheCarExpert.co.uk

Win Tickets to the 2013 Goodwood Revival!

Win two tickets to the first day of the 2013 Goodwood Revival, thanks to The Car Expert and Comparethemarket.com!

Will the future have driverless cars?

A future of driverless cars may be closer than you think. We explore the latest developments in autonomous vehicles.

Cleaning your car – how to make it shine like new

Cleaning your car doesn't have to cost a fortune or take forever. John Hughes provides the key tips to making your old car shine like new.

Drivers pay penalty for losing their car keys

Losing your car keys could damage both your patience and your wallet, due to the rising costs of replacing a latest-generation ‘SmartKey’.

Can the BMW i3 save the electric car industry?

Electric car sales have been shocking, but can the new BMW i3 turn things around for the industry? The Car Expert looks at the challenges it faces.

Travel safely on your UK staycation road trip

Lots of Brits are heading off on road trips across the UK. Here is a ten-point guide for enjoyable and safe travel on your UK staycation.

Seven golden rules for a fantastic driving holiday

How do you get the most out of a road trip? startrescue.co.uk have put together 7 golden rules for a successful driving holiday for TheCarExpert.co.uk

How does a diesel engine work?

What is the difference between a diesel engine and a petrol engine? As a fuel substance, diesel is denser, slower to evaporate and easier to refine than petrol. These qualities make it cheaper, and more efficient in terms of mileage, than petrol. While petrol and diesel engines work in mostly the same way, the methods behind them differ.

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