When you buy a car what’s the first thing you think about? Is it the mileage, the car safety rating, the extras, the colour? Or do you think about where the car was made and how it’s going to get to your front door?
So, you’re thinking about buying or leasing a new car in the next few months? You know that it’s going to take some time for the car to be assembled how you want, but it’s still only going to be a few weeks, right? What happens if you don’t need your car until May? Is Brexit going to make that much of a difference?
Technology is everywhere, and our cars are no exception, but despite all the sophisticated new features, seatbelts are considered the first – and best – line of defence against potential harm. With 63% of drivers saying that too much in-car tech can be a dangerous distraction, OSV Ltd wanted to know which tech drivers actually wanted, and which they could live without. In some cases, the answer seems to be ‘most of it’.
When looking to find fresh talent, it seems that company cars are still the best bet for businesses, according to new research by OSV. The data shows that 49% of interviewees would even consider accepting a job that didn’t otherwise appeal, if a car that they couldn’t afford privately came as part of the package. In spite of this, more than half (51%) of those interviewed admitted that they still didn’t understand the Benefit in Kind (BiK) tax regulations in relation to company car use, which came into force more than a year ago (April 2017).
When you are looking for a new car, one of the most important things you should look at is a car’s reliability.
Afterall, you don’t want to spend all that money on a car only for it to be so unreliable you spend even more money getting it repaired.
One brand that has often cropped up in the debate about reliability is Mercedes-Benz. While the prestigious brand is just that, prestigious, it’s reliability has been thrown into question a few times before.
We think that our customers deserve to know as much as they can about the brands they are looking at, so in this article we are going to give you an honest assessment of Mercedes, from looking at what the consumer surveys say and comparing its reliability to some of its rivals.
An electric van might be a bit of an odd concept for some, but they are becoming increasingly popular. While electric cars are becoming ever popular, 100% electric vans are also becoming more appealing for business owners and employers alike. But, which ones are the best? In this article, we take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of an electric van, and which ones are the best...
Owning a Mercedes is a joy usually reserved for the luxury end of the market. That is unless you find a particularly good second-hand deal. The German manufacturer is famed for claiming they invented the automobile in 1886, however that has been widely disputed. However, there's no argument about is the fact Mercedes have manufactured some incredible vehicles in the automotive industry. While you might be lusting over a Mercedes CLS Class or the C Class Cabriolet the sensible part of you is probably wondering, are Mercedes expensive to maintain? In this article, we'll explore the typical costs for maintaining a Mercedes and the prices you can expect to pay when something goes wrong.
A car MOT and service are two very different checks that must be performed on your car regularly to ensure it is safe for the road. But what is the difference between what is checked in a MOT and a service? In this article, we'll take you through the key differences between a service and a MOT and explain why each are important elements of your cars maintenance program.
If your business requires staff to travel for their job then you may be considering your options for fleet cars. But how does fleet vehicle leasing work? What are the benefits of fleet vehicle leasing? and which cars are the best choice for your fleet? In this article, we'll tackle the nitty gritty and give you all of the information you need by answering your common question How does fleet vehicle leasing work?
Leasing a car is becoming an increasingly popular choice and, because of this, there are so many vehicle brokers advertising attractive offers that are sometimes just too good to refuse. But, why use a vehicle broker? There are advantages and disadvantages to using a car broker and it’s important for you to be aware of these before you make a decision as to whether using a broker is right for you. That’s why we’re going to give you a quick guide to the pros and cons of using a vehicle broker. Using a vehicle broker has it' s advantages. For example...