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If you have been doing research on insurance for your car in the UK, you have likely come across some information regarding the insurance groups, and the revised 1-50 rating scale. However, a more direct approach to car insurance, such as simply going straight to Aviva.co.uk, may not yield any specific information regarding this...

Jaguar C-X16 Review

First things first, this is not a new E-type Jaguar, it is according to Jaguar, a “sustainable sports car of the future”, that just happens to take more than a few visual cues from the 1960’s icon. The car itself is Jaguars C-X16 concept, a lightly disguised production ready road car, that Jaguar hopes,...
Do you want a complete and comprehensive guide to almost every single car release of the 21st century? If you answered yes, then the A to Z of 21st Century Cars by Tony Lewin is the book for you. Actually come to think of it, even if you answered no to that question this...

Crash-Proof Cars

Car Insurance and “Crash-Proof” Cars Imagine a car that’s so safe it’s always on the lookout for ways to avoid a crash. That could become a reality in future, as manufacturers race to be the first to bring out a “crash-proof” car. As recently as 30 years ago, fastening your seat belt seemed like a revolutionary...
Chevrolet has been on a bit of a roll lately, what with the release of the rather fine Orlando and Captiva, you can’t buy much better if car shopping on a budget. Unfortunately however the small car end of Chevy’s range hadn’t been looking as good. The Matiz, Chevy’s smallest car was a poorly...
If you don’t own one, you dream about owning one. BMW has solidified its reputation as one of the best car manufacturers around, so drivers and auto enthusiasts everywhere can’t wait to see what they unveil next. The 2012 model year has its trials and tribulations, and you can read about them all here....
Luxury saloons are popular because they’re stylish, robust and packed with technical advancements. In terms of drive technologies, they’re often equipped with the latest safety equipment such as brake assist and anti-lock braking, traction control and electronic brake force distribution. They also have comfort features including leather seats, climate control, sunroofs and powertilt and...
Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke, is looking to propose harsher jail sentences to those who seriously injure others through dangerous driving. A maximum jail term of 5 years could be given under the new offence of 'causing serious injury by dangerous driving' and judges would be able to deal out tougher punishments to those who...
Subaru has long been admired for building rough tough and at times ballistically fast road cars. The Subaru boxer engines burbling noise is quite possibly the most recognisable engine note in the world behind the shriek of a supercars V12. However, recently Subaru has lost its way, the Impreza turned into a hatchback, the...

Nissan Leaf Nismo

The Souped up Nissan Leaf – she’s electric Car Leasing and supercars specialists Cars on Demand have a motorsport enthusiast membership base that has one intrigued eye on the world of electric vehicle motorsport as the automotive world embarks on a new energy efficient journey. Currently the electric vehicle market is wading through treacle to get...