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Car tyres: everything you need to know

Your tyres are the only component of your car that actually touches the road, so make sure you know what state they're in

11 September 2020
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Best lease deals of the week: Estate cars

Style and luxury meet in load-luggers like the Skoda Fabia Estate

9 September 2020
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Everything you need to know about car insurance write-offs

An insurer can write off your car even after a light bump, and it pays to understand what the different categories mean. We explain all

1 September 2020
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Are part-worn tyres safe?

We consider the pros and cons of part-worn tyres, and what to look out for

12 August 2020
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How to look after your turbocharged car

Got a turbocharged car? Here are the things you need to worry about, and the things that you don’t

15 July 2020
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London's Ultra Low Emission Zone: what you need to know

London's ULEZ is here, and more cities will follow. If you drive in London, you need to know whether your car is affected

14 July 2020
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Different cars require different types of oil

What’s the best oil for my car?

Choosing the best oil for your car's engine can be tough, given the large number of options available. Our guide can help you make the right choice

10 July 2020
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Car tax: what you need to know about Vehicle Excise Duty

We help you figure out how much Vehicle Excise Duty you'll be paying on your new car, whether it's petrol, diesel, hybrid or electric

3 July 2020
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Coronavirus: What motorists need to know

Autocar’s advice on how drivers will be affected by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic

29 June 2020
Cars can be test driven in solitude by potential buyers

DVLA approves solo test drives for car buyers to maintain social distancing

But car dealers warned to ensure they have up-to-date trade plates and adequate insurance in place before letting prospective buyers out

30 April 2020



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