Our guest blogs section features paid-for editorial on a wide variety of subjects, ranging from business car leasing to driving advice. But all are based on a variety of business car management features that we think you will find interesting.

How to tell if a car loan broker is of high quality

By |2019-02-18T08:33:50+00:00February 18th, 2019|Guest blog|

Using car finance as a way to purchase a car, whether new or used, has steadily gained popularity over the years, allowing all types of people to get behind the wheel, by covering the cost of the vehicle, usually through fixed monthly instalments. Of course, those looking for car loans can approach lenders directly, but for people who have never [...]

Getting prepared: 10 things you should always have in your car

By |2019-01-11T11:23:58+00:00January 11th, 2019|Guest blog, Industry articles|

Unfortunately, no matter how careful we are, sometimes accidents and breakdowns can, and do happen. So let’s get prepared! Before you consider even taking to the road, ensure you have breakdown cover sorted and be sure to shop around for one that suits your needs. For example, RAC personal cover is a good choice, as it covers you not the [...]

What you need to know about Supercross racing

By |2018-12-19T09:53:22+00:00December 19th, 2018|Guest blog|

OK, we know, a bit leftfield for a business motoring title, but why not something a little different? A bit of automotive fun that's spectacular, skillful and...well, just a little muddy. Supercross - it's an exciting sport with a lot going on. In fact, it can be hard for even the most dedicated fans to keep up with everything that [...]

Things to think about when driving in the winter

By |2020-11-24T11:10:31+00:00November 27th, 2018|Guest blog|

With winter sweeping in, driving conditions are slowly worsening, making now the perfect time to check you have everything in place to ensure you have the safest possible winter on the roads. Driving can be dangerous at the best of times, but with frost, ice or snow on the roads it can be even more so. The potential for breakdowns [...]

What does the future hold for EV charging?

By |2018-11-22T11:05:54+00:00November 22nd, 2018|Guest blog|

There’s general consensus in the automotive industry that the future is electric. However, there’s not much agreement on what that future actually looks like. I thought it would be interesting to dig into some of the existing proposals and plans to make a prediction on the future of EV charging. In this article, I look at three different points: battery-based [...]

Car buying for business: Three top tips for purchasing an effective fleet

By |2018-11-23T09:28:40+00:00November 21st, 2018|Guest blog|

Effective and affordable company cars are integral to many businesses as an essential mode of transport for employees. Compared to most public transport, they are the most cost effective, reliable and flexible option. But there’s no doubt the endless options cause companies a headache. Here are three top tips for bagging the best fleet for your business. Go Green With [...]

How to check that you have the right insurance for your van

By |2018-11-15T12:23:02+00:00November 15th, 2018|Guest blog|

In the general scheme of things, most of us will know whether they have the correct, or indeed any, insurance policy for their van or vans. However, there are times when life just isn’t that organised and you may have mislaid your documents or simply forgotten your renewal dates and suddenly you get that gut churning, panic inducing thought that [...]

The do’s and don’ts of learning to drive

By |2018-11-07T12:10:47+00:00November 7th, 2018|Guest blog|

For most of us, learning to drive is a very stressful experience. On average it takes around forty-five hours of lessons to pass a test, which will cost in the region of £1,000, so the prospect of failure carries with it a renewed financial burden. Everybody needs a little bit of luck on their test day but there are things [...]

What are the different types of car warranties available?

By |2018-11-07T09:42:33+00:00November 7th, 2018|Guest blog|

If you’re buying a new or used car you will be presented with a range of different warranty types. It can be confusing when you’ve not read up on the differences between them and there is a risk that you will end up either taking out an expensive warranty you didn’t need or ending up with a warranty that doesn’t [...]

Does a company car make sense for your business?

By |2018-06-21T15:56:22+01:00June 21st, 2018|Guest blog|

Considering a company car for your business can feel like a big decision, with a lot of pros and cons to think about. Every business is different and we’re here to help you decide whether a company car makes sense for yours. Branding and Control Having a bit more control over your employees’ transport requirement can be a massive advantage. [...]

Four tips for starting a classic car collection

By |2018-06-13T10:01:05+01:00June 13th, 2018|Guest blog|

Classic cars, like classic rock, don’t seem as if they will ever lose their appeal. It’s no wonder that so many people avidly collect these vehicles. If you are considering joining their ranks, here’s what you need to know. Storage Solutions The first practical consideration you will have to make when starting a classic car collection is where you will [...]

The main do’s and don’ts of buying a private number plate

By |2018-06-06T14:52:58+01:00June 6th, 2018|Guest blog|

Drivers who want to make their car stand out with a personalised registration plate can expect to pay top dollar for the most popular letter and number combinations currently available in the UK. Although it’s possible to get affordable personal plates, others are definitely at the top end of the price scale, with the most expensive one ever being ‘F1’, [...]

Five ways to make your car more comfortable

By |2021-06-29T14:04:04+01:00June 1st, 2018|Guest blog|

WHEN most people buy cars, they tend to focus on how it looks and what features or gadgets it has. While these things are important, it is also equally vital to consider its comfort. For many people, their car is their means of transportation to and from work. That means, they spend quite a bit of time every day sitting [...]

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