Monthly Archives: March 2011

Poor credit car finance customers could find Skoda mobile phone app useful

Poor credit car finance customers with a Skoda may be interested in downloading a new mobile phone application to find out all the latest news about the brand. The Skoda iPhone and iPad app is free to download at the … Continue reading

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Tailgating and mobile phone usage rated most dangerous motorway offences

Drivers with poor credit car finance may be interested to hear that tailgating has been rated as the most dangerous activity while driving on a motorway. The survey of UK motorists by GEM motoring Assist, reveals using a mobile phone … Continue reading

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Pococok finishes well in Maxxis British Motorcross Championship

Good weather gave riders a dry track to face at the second round of the Maxxis British Motorcross Championship in Kent last weekend, in news that will interest poor credit bike finance customers. The race, held at the Canada Heights … Continue reading

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Adopt green driving techniques to reduce fuel usage

Drivers with poor credit car finance are being advised to adopt 'green driving techniques' to cut the amount of fuel they are using, which will also save them money. According to the Institute of Advanced Motorists' (AIM) chief executive Simon Best, … Continue reading

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Poor credit bike finance drivers could win pavilion ride with Motorpoint Yamaha rider

Poor credit bike finance drivers may be interested to hear that Moto GP 125 rider Taylor Mackenzie will be at the launch of the Motorpoint Yamaha British Superbike team this weekend. Mackenzie, 18, who is juggling studying his A Levels … Continue reading

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Check your tyres to ensure safe driving

Motorists with poor credit car finance are being advised to check their tyre pressure and tread to ensure their motors are safe on the road. According to Mytyres.co.uk, 12 per cent of drivers never check the tyre tread on their … Continue reading

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Coyote speed camera tracker now available with 12 months free subscription

Coyote is offering poor credit van finance customers the chance to keep track of speed cameras with a 12 month free subscription. The device, which is available for £185 including VAT, was available with just three months subscription but this … Continue reading

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AA offers bad credit van finance drivers fuel efficiency tips

AA has unveiled some points which it claims can help cut the costs of fuel for drivers such as those with poor credit van finance by around five per cent. The DriveTech advice aims to offer advice on fuel efficiency … Continue reading

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George Osborne cuts fuel duty in annual budget

Drivers with bad credit car finance will be interested to hear about the changes to fuel duty that were announced yesterday by chancellor George Osborne in his annual Budget. Mr Osborne announced a cut of fuel duty by 1p per … Continue reading

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GEM offers advice to keep fuel costs down

Having your car serviced regularly, making sure tyres and inflated and reducing unnecessary weight can all help poor credit car finance customers spend less on fuel, according to road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assistant. David Williams, chief executive … Continue reading

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