Monthly Archives: May 2011

Lexus holds top manufacturer spot for 11th year running

Poor credit car finance customers may be interested to hear that Lexus has held the top spot for the 11th year in a row in a UK vehicle ownership satisfaction study. The annual J.D. Power and Associates survey, announced by … Continue reading

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Check tyre pressure regularly, poor credit car finance customers advised

Poor credit car finance customers may like to take notice of the weekly motoring tips offered from driver training specialist IAM Drive. This week, head of training, Simon Elstow has recommended that drivers regularly check their tyres, pointing out that … Continue reading

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Keep your children occupied on bank holiday car journeys

Poor credit car finance drivers looking forward to a trip away this bank holiday weekend have been offered some tips on how to keep children occupied during the journey. According to car insurance comparison site Confused.com, over half of drivers … Continue reading

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Tom Daley learns to drive (in between training for the Olympics)

No matter how old we get, every poor credit car finance drivers can remember the first time they sat behind a wheel, an experience that Olympic diver Tom Daley has just begun. Gold medal winner Daley, who has just turned … Continue reading

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Cut fuel costs with eco-driving techniques

Poor credit car finance drivers could save almost £300 per year by using eco-driving techniques, it has been claimed. Research from Continental Tyres has found that almost nine in ten people are concerned about the rising cost of fuel, however … Continue reading

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Free MOT for Saab drivers

Poor credit car finance drivers with a Saab motor may be interested to hear that the company is offering free membership to its Service Club, so you can get a free MOT test until September. With rising fuel prices and … Continue reading

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Motorbike fan gets chance to work with Motorpoint Yamaha team

Poor credit bike finance customers will no doubt be envious to hear about a young motorbike fan who will spend the day with the Motorpoint Yamaha team. Darren Davis, who has been a motorbike fan since the age of four … Continue reading

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Tracker recovers over £1 million worth of stolen vehicles in March alone

Stolen vehicle recovery specialist (SVRS) Tracker has reported yet more good news for poor credit bike finance customers as it recovered 88 vehicles in March alone. Tracker, the UK's leading SVRS company which boasts almost one million systems installed, recovered … Continue reading

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A1 recognised as route of ‘national importance’

Poor credit van drivers who travel from the north of England to Scotland regularly will no doubt feel that the A1 is an important part of their journey. But a government consultation has named the route a road of national … Continue reading

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Television campaign to highlight continuous insurance rules gets thumbs up from BIBA

Bad credit van finance drivers should check their vehicle insurance is up-to-date ahead of the new continuous insurance rules which come into effect on June 20th. The rules will be highlighted in a new television campaign which aims to raise … Continue reading

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