Cruise control can be intimidating if you have never used it. Once you get used to it, however, you may find it a provides a real benefit to your driving.
One of the growing types of sub-prime finance in the UK is what is known as a ‘logbook loan’. The lenders claim that logbook loans are “easy, fast and hassle-free”, but they represent a serious risk of you losing possession of your car.
Should a Ford dealer be expected to service or repair a Jaguar? The latest #AskTCE blog looks at the reasons why a dealer may have declined to do the work.
Cars are getting better and better each year, even though the industry itself is struggling. It's easy to take this for granted, but even in such a competitive field, these cars and car makers have stood out from the pack...
Like the Razzies before the Oscars, it's time to look at the automotive lowlights of 2012 and hope that the car industry learns from these experiences to make a better motoring future for us all, before we move on later this week to celebrate the best that the year had to offer...
Do you have any bad driving habits? Most people will tell you that they are good drivers. In fact, some sources suggest that up to 90% of drivers think they are a ‘good’ driver. So why do I always seem to be sharing the road with the rubbish 10%?
The Car Expert helped a new driver to find his perfect first car, but it wasn't an easy task. Dodgy dealers, written-off cars offered for sale and misleading adverts - it was an adventure from start to finish.
It's not unusual for dealers to advertise the same used car at different prices on different websites, or to have a higher price on the car window and a lower price advertised on the web. The Car Expert advises buyers how to deal with this in this week's #AskTCE.
Have you noticed that your car speedometer sometimes reads faster than your satnav says? Find out why this happens in this week's #AskTCE
Changing personal circumstances meant that Tabitha needed to buy a car, so she contacted The Car Expert to help her find the perfect car at the best price.
What is the best way to pay cash for your car when buying from a car dealer? Stuart at TheCarExpert.co.uk answers your car buying questions
Do big alloy wheels crack on potholes or kerbs more easily than small wheels? It's a good question, so let's ask The Car Expert #AskTCE
Many new and used car buyers in the UK are making their purchase with finance of some sort. But how does car finance work and what are the implications?
Iju and his family had just moved house and needed a car. Deciding that he should get some specialist assistance, Iju called The Car Expert.
One of the most frequent questions submitted to TheCarExpert.co.uk is "Are diesel cars suitable for city driving?" Well, find out here...
Sharpen those knives, people! Are women drivers better than men, or vice versa? Ooh, controversy! Find out what The Car Expert has to say about it here.
The electric car is finally starting to hit the road, but how does it compare with a regular hybrid, and what's a plug-in hybrid? The Car Expert explains.
Rachel really needed a new car to replace her ageing Toyota Corolla. She had been looking around at a few different vehicles, but was not especially inspired and didn’t really have a lot of time to research the marketplace more thoroughly.
There are a few important things to consider when downsizing your car. The Car Expert offers some useful advice for those looking for a smaller car.
One of the most common questions UK car buyers ask is "Should I buy a Petrol or Diesel car?" Well, there's no easy answer, and fuel economy is only part of it.
Why do some drivers spend thousands changing the alloy wheels on their cars? Is it about looks, or are there technical reasons behind it?
Cars lose money the moment you drive them away from the showroom, but why? The Car Expert gives you a crash course in new car depreciation.
Kate, from SW London, was in the market for a new car. She had an idea of how much she could afford to spend, but very little idea about what sort of car she wanted other than "something small and a bit funky". So she turned to The Car Expert for help.
Are you trying to sell your car privately? Are you concerned about money laundering and counterfeiting? You should be, so here's some advice from The Car Expert.