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Tips on finding a good second-hand car

SOMETIMES the best new car is a used car. Motorists can often get great value for money if they go into the second hand car market. Those that take the used option could find themselves with a top-of-the-range car at a fraction of the ‘new’ price. Once you have decided to buy a second-hand car, […]

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How to avoid buying a banger

BUYING a car is a major financial outlay, so you certainly don’t want to find out your newly bought dream car belongs to someone else, or you have been left with someone else’s debt to pay. Whether buying from a dealership, privately or from an auction there is a certain level of risk involved. Here’s […]

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Preparing your car for an MoT test

MOST motorists dread the annual MoT test – whether it’s the first one that comes with a car’s third birthday, or the annual test of an older vehicle which is more likely to need some attention. The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMIF) says there is no reason to fear the test if your car is […]

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