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The Benefits of Buying a New Car

About a year ago, I decided to buy a new car after doing some “complex” calculations – I decided to go for the 2014 Ford Focus. By that time, I only had cars that were about 5-10 years old, such a Skoda Oktavia or a Toyota Prius. However, I never quite experienced that “new car smell” that we all love, ...

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What are the most popular lease cars in the UK?

In 2014, 2.47 million new cars were registered, up 9% on 2013 and the best annual performance since 2004 – Sounds too good to be true with the economy being where it is? You might be right – 1 in 4 new cars registered is actually a lease. Popularized in the USA, the UK has taken to vehicle leasing like ...

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What to Do If You’ve Been in an Auto Accident

As a car addict, you love to get out and take long drives in your favorite ride of the moment. Maybe you want to spend a few hours cruising the coast with your top let down, or maybe you prefer a scenic drive on a mountain byway. Unfortunately, the more you drive, the greater risk you put yourself at for ...

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Mad for It — The Middle Eastern Love Affair With SUVs

As a result of the 2008 economic downturn, car sales slumped in many countries around the world and manufacturers struggled. A few years on, however, and there are a few markets where recovery is in full swing, not least the Middle East.  In the richest Gulf Arab economies of Saudi Arabia, the United Emirates, Kuwait, and Qatar, vehicle sales are ...

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The All New Formula Renault 2014 Has Arrived!

The Euroformula racing school was founded in 1997, a legacy of the “Privilege Formula” school. Laurent Fradon, its Director, arrived in La Châtre the same year accompanied by his wife Sandra, to head up the Sales department with François Xavier Tourlière’s backing. Since then Laurent has unceasingly developed the business and took the directorship of the business five years ago. ...

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