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Should I use a Motor Offence Solicitor?

Why You Should Use a Motor Offence Solicitor If you’re facing prosecution for a motoring offence, you may not know where to turn – is it worth obtaining legal advice and possibly representation in Court? Motoring offence solicitors regularly help people to keep their driving licences and most will offer you a free consultation so it’s rarely a bad idea to...

Driveway Parking and How to Use It

London is not the only major city in the world to suffer from parking issues, but here, just like other major cities, solutions seem to be in short supply and therefore, the hassle of parking and driving in London is a fact. People are encouraged to use trains and the tube, along with the buses. Some commuters have taken to...

Make your car earn its keep

A car can sometimes feel like it’s draining your pocket. It needn’t. Not only are there smart ways of saving money on your motor but also smart ways of cashing in. In fact, it’s much easier than we at Carblog thought. Carspring reached out to us with their tricks and tips on how to bring in some extra bucks. Become a taxi...

How To Drive Safely on Motorways

For many people, motorway driving can be a source of stress; while statistics suggest that we actually have far fewer accidents while travelling on the motorway network, incidents can of course be much more serious due to the high speeds involved. However, by following a number of fundamental tips and techniques in this post, you can help to minimise...

What to do if you have a crash

Every day, more and more people are passing their driving test and getting the keys to their very first car. This means that more cars will be on the road, making the roads at higher risk for accidents. Whether you’re involved in a crash or you witness one, there are many important things that you need to do to...

5 Reasons to Watch Out For Motorcycles

The close of summer means we will be seeing fewer and fewer motorcycles on the road through the end of the year. However, that is not to say every bike will go dormant. Some riders continue to ride until the weather makes it impossible and, of course, even those who do put their bikes away for the winter will...

Would you pass your driving test today?

For those of us who have been driving for years, we think we know the rules of the road and the best ways to avoid those drivers who don't. We may be able to get ourselves from A to B safely most of the time, but are we really abiding to traffic laws? The Driving Survey Brake, the road safety charity,...

London Cabbies – The knowledge of London

Learn the facts about London Black Taxi Drivers London black taxi drivers are an iconic part of London’s roads. They are world renowned for their integrity and the level of service they provide to both locals and visitors to the most popular global tourist destination. Check out this infographic to read about it..

Driving home for Christmas

If the journey home for the holidays is a bit of a hike, you’re probably thinking about catching a train or, if home is at the other end of the country, even a plane. Quite likely, if the trip is a long one, the most favourable strategy will be to ‘get someone else to do the driving’ (or flying!). However,...

The Most Notorious Car Pile Ups in History

The first fuel powered car was designed by Benz Patent-Motorwagen way back in 1886 with Ohio City claiming the first gasoline powered car accident in 1891. Engineer James Lambert was said to be driving his very own gasoline powered buggy with James Swoveland as his passenger, when the vehicle hit a tree root Lambert lost control of the car,...