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Here you will find a wide range of articles covering the latest news, features, car reviews and much more from across the automotive industry. With contributions from Money4yourMotors staff and some of our key partners. All views expressed are those of the article's author and do not necessarily represent those of Money4yourMotors.

All Children Should be Safe and Sound *New

by Henry Floyd |
posted 28 March 2017

All Children Should be Safe and Sound

Source: tyresafe.org

TyreSafe is launching a new awareness campaign aimed at all those who drive with children on board, as a recent survey uncovered that more than one in four carers may be driving with illegal or poorly maintained tyres. Read More...


Renault Insurance Offer *New

by Jonathan Clensy |
posted 27 March 2017

Renault Insurance Offer

Renault has announced a fantastic insurance offer for anyone buying a new Clio or Captur crossover before the end of June 2017. A one year insurance cost of just £99. And, this offer is in addition to any other existing offers. In the UK, Groupe Renault UK has nearly 160 dealers selling the range of Renault cars, LCVs and Dacia. Read More...


Spring Clean at VW Retailers *New

by Jonathan Clensy |
posted 24 March 2017

Spring Clean at VW Retailers

Winter driving can give even the most careful driver’s car a bit of a going over. But with the clocks moving forward and Spring in the air, now is the time to give your car a bit of a clean. And to help their owners, Volkswagen are offering a Spring Health Check. Read More...


Enter Our Summer Competition *New

by Henry Floyd |
posted 22 March 2017

Enter Our Summer Competition

Source: Money4yourMotors.com Ltd

How would you like to win the chance to have all you need for a hot summers day trip, enter now and you could win the following… Read More...


Too Close to Stop? *New

by Henry Floyd |
posted 22 March 2017

Too Close to Stop?

How do you calculate a safe stopping distance? Read your Highway Code and you'll find a graph showing the ideal distance between you and the car in front depending on your speed. But in the crowded roads of today, driving at a safe distance can often be forgotten. And that’s not acknowledging that in the wet, the distance needs to be even longer. Read More...


Road Haulage Association for Better Road Safety

by Jonathan Clensy |
posted 21 March 2017

Road Haulage Association for Better Road Safety

Richard Burnett, the chief executive of the Road Haulage Association is calling on the UK road haulage industry to set a better example for road safety. He wants to see operators who are not adhering to essential safety standards removed from the industry. Read More...


Jaguar Land Rover Have the Builders In

by Henry Floyd |
posted 19 March 2017

Jaguar Land Rover Have the Builders In

The UK’s largest car manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover Automotive plc, have announced a £200 million redevelopment of its design and engineering centre at Gaydon in Warwickshire. The expansion represents the first major construction project at one of the company’s non-manufacturing sites in over a decade. Read More...


Mazda Still Amazes

by Jonathan Clensy |
posted 16 March 2017

 Mazda Still Amazes

Mazda have a number of offers across their range that run until the end of the month. They include some at 0% APR on Personal Contract Purchase plans along with a £750 Mazda Deposit Contribution from the manufacturer. These PCP options are available on all Mazda2, 2017 Mazda3 and Mazda6 models. Read More...


We're Supporting Brake

by Henry Floyd |
posted 14 March 2017

We're Supporting Brake

Source: Brake.org

After the great success of our bake for Brake day last month we have stayed closely in contact with Brake and can now announce that we are a proud corporate donor of their charity. Read More...


Budget 2017 and the Company Driver

by Jonathan Clensy |
posted 14 March 2017

Budget 2017 and the Company Driver

As we know, or really as we all should now know, Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), is being reformed from April 1. As announced in the post-2015 general election Summer Budget, for cars first registered from that date, VED will be based on CO2 emissions - £0 for zero emission cars up to £2,000 for those with emissions above 255g/km. Read More...






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