The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has revealed that 415 learner drivers in the UK were involved in a road accident whilst taking their driving test last year (sponsored post).
Shopping around for car insurance is a boring, time-consuming task, made even trickier by all the jargon you encounter. Here's a quick guide to the key terms.
Should the minimum driving age be raised, or is better driving education and training a better answer to improving road safety levels on our roads?
Many insurers now require young drivers to have a black box recorder fitted to their car. But does this technology actually reduce young driver car crashes?
If you're heading abroad with your car for a driving holiday, you're probably considering an age-old debate: "Should I take out European breakdown cover, or rely on local garages?" The AA is here to give you some things to consider (sponsored post)
If you're like the majority of car owners, there will come a point where your vehicle is damaged in an accident and needs to be repaired. But is repairing your car the best option? (sponsored post)
If you are a new driver, road safety is paramount. The consequences of a road traffic accident are very serious, whether you were at fault or not.
Do you know what you’re entitled to if you are in the unfortunate position of having your vehicle declared a write-off by your insurer? GAP insurance can cover you for financial loss in the event of a write off.
The differences between a car warranty and car insurance can often be unclear, but they are significantly products aimed at protecting you and/or your car in different ways. Lisa Peteres explains in our latest guest blog at TheCarExpert.co.uk.
Allowing your car insurance company to monitor your driving may save you money on your monthly payments, but how much is your privacy worth? Lisa Peteres looks into the matter.