When you purchase or lease a new vehicle you also benefit from a manufacturer's warranty. Not all warranties are the same, so what is covered and what isn't? In this article we take a look at the finer details (not the small print) of manufacturers' warranties.
When you get a new car you have the responsibility for maintaining, servicing and repairing it. This can bring with it unexpected costs that stretch your budget. In this article we look at who is responsible for ensuring that your lease vehicle is maintained for teh duration of the agreement.
If you're thinking about getting a new vehicle on a lease it's important to know what is included inyour monthly payments. In this article we take a look at everything that is included in the price of the agreement and everything that isn't.
Ensuring that your vehicle (if it's 3 years old or more) has a valid MOT is a legal requirement. A service is a voluntary check that, as a broker, we would recommend you have regularly to ensure that any issues with your vehicle are resolved before you are presented with a very high bill. So, are they actually different?
On December 31st 2020, the transition period that marks the end of Brexit negotiations finishes. By this point, the UK and EU will have finalised any trade agreements they intend to make. But the big question is, how will this affect car prices? Will no-deal mean prices go up?
Leasing a new vehicle is a huge investment, both in time and money. So when you are told about admin fees it can feel as though it's just another thing for you to pay out for. So, what are admin fees? What do they cover? Where do they go? In this article we take a look at all the reasons why it's worth paying to get a better, more reliable service from your Vehicle Broker.
The Tesla Model 3 is Tesla's third-generation electric vehicle. A reasonably-priced, spacious saloon perfect for the family. Economical to charge and run, is there anything more you need to know about this stylish car? In this article we look at the car's reliability, safety, advantages and disadvantages to help you make an informed decision about your next vehicle.
The Polestar 2 is due to hit UK shores this year. But how will it fare in a market that has been dominated by Tesla for the last year? Is it really a competitor for Tesla, or just another EV with a good battery and a decent range between charges? We take a look at this new EV.
If you're thinking about purchasing an electric vehicle, but feeling a little bit anxious having heard various things about their limitations, we aim to alleviate some of that anxiety. In this article we look at the cars available, some of the grants that you can get if you decide to go electric, and plans being made for a more effective electric vehicle infrastructure in the UK.
So, which one is better when it comes to getting you the best deal on a new vehicle? A broker or a dealership? In this article we look at the pros and cons of both and help you to decide which one is the best route for you.
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