Its important as a car owner that you should know how to properly maintain your car to a good standard, therefore we have decided to share our knowledge and tips to make sure you are a smart motorist on the roads.

Too tired to drive?

We take a look at IAM RoadSmart’s advice to keep you from falling asleep behind the wheel!

Driving in heavy rain!

We take a look at IAM Roadsmarts advice on how to safely drive in the rain (even if it is the summer!).

Different badge, same car?

We take a look at the practice of “badge-sharing” among car manufacturers in recent years and five examples of it!

8 Essentials to keep in your car!

We take a look at IAM RoadSmart’s advice on 8 essential items to keep in your car!

The best cars for rear seat passengers!

With another Bank Holiday upon us many people will be planning to travel away over the weekend. We take a look at the best cars for rear seat passenger comfort.

Bank Holiday Driving Tips

Get your bank holiday trips off to a good start with our collection of tips from IAM RoadSmart

Spring Driving Tips

With the summer sunshine returning and unpredictable weather we give you some spring driving tips!

The UK’s top 5 speed cameras you might want to avoid!

With the UK’s top speed camera making around £5 million over the last three years we give you the top 5 worst speed cameras!

Top tips to avoid your phone while driving!

With mobile phone usage behind the wheel still a big issue we give you some top tips on how to avoid it!

DIY Car Maintenance - Is It Still Possible?

With modern cars increasingly relying on more complex systems and technology we take a look if it’s still possible to do maintenance on your own car!

Advanced driving courses; What are they? Should you take one?

With a variety of advanced driving courses on offer after you pass your test, we give you all the available options!

Motorway Exits You Don’t Want To Miss!

Did you know that driving past some slip roads can lead to a 36-mile detour?

Over a third of motorists fail their MOT by not making basic checks!

MOT figures show that the majority of failure items are down to the owner, rather than an inherent fault with the car. Take a look at our checklist to see which areas may need your attention!

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