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Some medical conditions affect your driving ability. You might need to report them to the DVLA and declare them on your car insurance.
If you're caught speeding, you could be offered to attend a speed awareness course instead of being fined and getting points on your licence.
There are a wide range of options when it comes to purchasing a car, so we’ve weighed up the pros and cons to help you choose the right option for you.
Parking restrictions are usually in place for safety reasons. You can be fined, clamped or towed if you park in the wrong place.
Discover the benefits of IAM, Pass Plus and other advanced driving courses and if they can help to lower your car insurance premiums.
Learn about the different types of driving licence, including provisional, UK full, European licences and the International Driving Permit.
Understand what a new driver has to learn, and what the legal implications are, before you teach a first-timer how to drive.
Find out how thieves are using legal gadgets to steal keyless cars and what you can do to help stop them taking yours. Plus, what have jeans got to do with it?
Running a car is expensive, but there are other options; Car clubs, hire cars, leasing, and green alternatives.
You’ll usually get a better deal than on the forecourt. Read our need-to-know before you buy or sell for yourself.
It’s much easier to check a car’s history than it used to be, but there are common things you need to look out for.
Find information on the types of driving licence available. Including provisional, UK full and automatic, European licences and the International Driving Permit.
Driving safely with an animal in your car is a legal requirement. If you’re not careful, you could invalidate your car and/or pet insurance.
Find out more about driving under the influence of drugs, and the impact on your car insurance. Whether prescription or illegal.
If you’re thinking about getting an eco-friendly car, find out more about the practical and financial implications.
Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) applies to motorcycles as well as cars. Find out how to pay and how much it’ll cost for your bike.
Learn how to set your car up for safe motoring and to prepare you and your vehicle for a motoring emergency.
A Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN) declares your vehicle as off the road. Find out more about taxing and insuring a SORN vehicle.
The Insurance Industry Access to Driver Data (IIADD) database gives participating insurers access to your information held by the DVLA. It can mean easier and more accurate car insurance quotes.
Fuel is probably your biggest expense as a driver. Find out more about good fuel economy, emissions and our run-down of fuel-efficient cars.
Essential MOT info, plus how to get your car ready and keep them affordable.
Significant numbers of UK drivers are risking safety, driving bans and affordable car insurance premiums by multi-tasking at the wheel.
Find out what the numbers and letters on vehicle registration plates stand for, with information on legal requirements, replacements and personalised plates.
Fuel prices are a common concern. But don’t make the mistake of driving miles for cheaper fuel - it could be a false economy.
What individual personality traits and psychological theory have to say about your ability to drive safely.
Read our top questions to ask yourself before buying a car.
Find out more about the latest laws around smoking in cars with children.
Do speed cameras effectively reduce accidents or are they just there to make money.
Find out what to do do if you're ever in a traffic accident with a deer, dog or cat
What to do when your car breaks down, and simple preparations you can make to try and prevent them.
Find out what whiplash claims have done to car insurance premiums, and the steps being made to protect motorists from rising prices.
Make sure you and your vehicle are prepared for anything from a cold snap to extreme weather.
Congestion charges in London and other cities are an effort by the government to cut emissions. Find out what type of cars are exempt and whether drivers of electric cars might have to start paying the charge in future.