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  • The best cars for young families

    As every parent knows, children change everything. A full night's sleep becomes a luxury, and every trip away from home becomes a military-style operation as supplies of bottl

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 02 May 2013

  • Fight the squeeze on your household budget

    We may have narrowly escaped entering a triple dip recession, but with millions of people still struggling to meet everyday living costs, it's clear that we are far from out o

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 25 April 2013

  • Are you a good driver? 5 ways to make it pay!

    When it comes to the cost of motor insurance, your annual premium may no longer simply reflect the demographic you represent - where you live, your age, occupation,

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 19 April 2013

  • All you need to know about your provisional driving licence

    If you've not passed your driving test but you're itching to get behind the wheel, it's probably time to sort out a provisional driving licence. 

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 12 April 2013

  • New law shakes up insurance buying process

    It'll now be harder for insurers to turn down claims on the grounds of the non-disclosure of relevant information, thanks to the first change in the UK's insurance contract la

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 08 April 2013

  • Drivers play the name game

    Your name could dictate the type of car you buy, according to new research which shows Vincents have a penchant for Porsches while Normans like sensible Skodas.

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 02 April 2013

  • Could young drivers get cheaper car cover?

    Young drivers could get cheaper car insurance in return for more intensive training and driving restrictions - if the Department for Transport (DfT) has its way.

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 25 March 2013

  • Telematics: The future of driving?

    Regular readers will be well aware that telematics technology is increasingly being used as a way to drive down the cost of car insurance, particularly for young motorists - b

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 21 March 2013

  • Euro car rules: Good for boys, bad for girls

    Women are bearing the brunt of the ECJ Gender Directive - paying as much as 15% more than before it came in, despite being safer drivers than men.

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 13 March 2013

  • How a 'quick pint' could cost you 50,000

    The Department for Transport's anti drink-driving initiatives have undergone a constant refinement and reinforcement over the last 30 years, and have played their part in cutt

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 13 March 2013

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