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6th June 2024

Iconic cars from TV and film

There have been many iconic and well-loved cars in film and television over the years, but we’ve listed our top 8 favourites featured on the big […]
3rd April 2024

DIY tips for looking after your car

Knowing how to look after your car can save you time and money. Here’s some of our tips to help you avoid unnecessary trips to a […]
19th March 2024

Car tax change could hit drivers with higher fees

A Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) update could see drivers hit with ‘significantly higher’ fees this year.  What is VED?  VED, also called car tax or road […]
12th March 2024

M25 to close this weekend

Part of the M25 will be closed for the first time this weekend as National Highways plan to carry out extensive work.  When and where will […]
6th February 2024

Fuel price fall hits a standstill – but prices are still uneven across the country

Fuel prices finally stabilised in January after falling for three months, but price analysis reveals a ‘blatantly wrong’ 14p difference between the highest and lowest-priced supermarket […]
5th February 2024

UK’s most popular cars in 2023

The UK’s most popular cars from 2023 have been revealed, and not all is as expected. With almost 50,000 registrations, find out which car has dethroned […]
4th January 2024

8 cars coming in 2024

A new year means new cars. Join 1st Central as we get excited about the motors set to hit the roads in 2024 BMW iX2 Price: […]
19th December 2023

Drivers warned to keep their licence safe this Christmas

Make sure you take good care of your driving licence over this holiday period or you could find yourself a victim of identity theft.  More than […]
10th October 2023

Two-thirds of Brits see cars as a stress-buster

Two thirds of Brits say that spending time working on their car helps to reduce their stress and anxiety levels.   The findings come from an […]
21st September 2023

PM delays 2030 petrol and diesel car ban by five years

The 2030 ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars will be delayed until 2035.  Rishi Sunak made the announcement in a speech last […]
15th August 2023

Why are petrol and diesel prices rising again?

If you think fuel prices slowly creeping up again, you’re not seeing things. Fuel prices have been on the rise in the last few months, but […]
8th August 2023

Motorists may be slapped with ‘barmy’ new car tax changes with pay per mile considered

With the introduction of the expanded ULEZ, and the government’s plan to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030, there will eventually […]
2nd August 2023

Millions of motorists missing out on vehicle tax rebate

Does the government owe you money for selling your car? Motoring experts at LeaseCar.uk and LeaseElectricCar.co.uk are urging Brits to follow through on claiming back the […]
25th July 2023

2030 ban on new petrol car sales is immovable, insists Gove

The ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars has been a hotly debated topic in recent years, but what does it actually involve? […]
12th July 2023

RAC launches new fuel finder app

Fuel prices have started to come down, but are you always getting the cheapest option? myRAC Fuel Finder RAC have recently launched the ‘myRAC Fuel Finder’ […]
4th July 2023

Drivers paid nearly £1bn more for fuel after supermarkets increased margins

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has found that average supermarket fuel margins rose by 6p per litre between 2019 and 2022. Motorists paid an extra […]
8th June 2023

Spike in new car sales brings hope to economy

Is the UK’s motor industry finally turning around? According to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), 145,204 new vehicles sold were sold in May, […]
6th June 2023

Record monthly drop in diesel prices

Many factors have contributed to rising petrol and diesel prices over the past few years, but now it looks like we’re over the hill. Let’s take […]
30th May 2023

DVLA strikes could mean delays to driving licences

If you’re planning on renewing your driving licence soon, make sure you know the dates of the DVLA strikes, or you could face delays. When are […]
25th May 2023

Vehicle repair delays continue

Need to repair your vehicle? Unfortunately, you may face a long wait time. With delays on the manufacture of car parts persisting, the turnaround for accident […]