Land Rover is an iconic British car, so much so that King George VI granted Land Rover a Royal Warrant in 1951.So yes, the Land Rover is as historically British as they come, but how did they become the iconic British manufacturer we know and love today?In this article, we take a look at the interesting history of the Land Rover, from the Series I to…pushchairs.
Although it is an impressive 67 years old, SEAT is one of the younger car manufacturers, and its sporty cars show that it has no plans to slow down. Popularity for SEAT has grown and grown and seeing a SEAT on the road in the UK is as common as seeing a Golf or a Focus.But, how did this come to be?In this article, we look at the interesting history of the Spanish manufacturer.
Range Rover has been named one of the top British cars of all time by Classic & Sport Car magazine and it’s hard to argue with it.But, how did Range Rover come to be?In this article we take a look at the history of the SUV manufacturer, from its conception to the present day.
When it comes to automotive industry, there seem to be so many different acronyms it can be hard to keep up. BVLRA, FCA, SAF…the list is endless.And one that you might have come across before is IAM or the Institute of Advanced Motorists. In this article, we’re going to cover who the IAM are, what they do, and why they are important.
Ford are the world’s fifth largest automaker in the world (based on worldwide vehicle sales). Ford is also the largest family-controlled company in the world as the Ford family have controlled the company since its founding over 110 years ago. But how did Ford survive two world wars and a Great Depression? In this article, we take a look at the rich history of one of the most well-known car manufacturers in the world.
Driving for the first time is an exciting prospect. What is your first car going to be? How will you afford it? How much will the insurance be?And while all these questions are very important, there is one thing that is considerably more important.Actually learning to drive in the first place. So, in this article, we are going to look at everything you need to know about learning to drive, from applying for a licence to how much your tests will cost.
There are quite a few common misconceptions about leasing, and one of those is that the only person that can drive a lease car is the one who is leasing it.However, it’s our job to put these misconceptions right and explain that this in fact, is not the case. So, in this article, we are going to look at whether someone else can drive a lease car, whether someone else can be insured to drive your lease car, and how to go about it.
As of March 1st there were some changes to the laws regarding children’s car seats. Of course, this is vital information and it’s really important that you know this so you can make the necessary changes. But, what are the new changes? In this article, we look at the new changes to the car seat laws, how to fit a child seat and why you shouldn’t buy a 2nd hand car seat.
The best thing about financing a car is that you have so many options. There are agreements to suit every person, from business leasing to hire purchase, there’s an agreement for everyone.But, what options do you have if you want to own your car at the end of your agreement?In this article, we look at the different options available to you if you want to own your car at the end, and the pros and cons of each.
Of the ten top selling car models in history, three are Volkswagen; the Beetle, the Golf and the Passat. Not one for fancy branding strategies, the current VW tagline is simply “Das Auto”, which literally translates to “the car”. They are Germany’s biggest car company and the third largest automaker in the world.From “the people’s car” to the emissions scandal, it’s safe to say VW have a history like no other.OSV takes a look at the interesting history of Volkswagen.