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Diesel drivers could face repair bill or £1,000 fine by kevin-sp (29th October 2017)
Diesel filters can easily break – stop start urban driving contributes to this as the filters require prolonged high heat to work properly. Some drivers opt to remove them  – as this is a legal procedure, which cost a few hundred pounds instead of filter repair which can cost £1,000. However driving a vehicle with … Continue reading "Diesel drivers could face repair bill or £1,000 fine"

Possible New Government Supported Scrappage Scheme by kevin-sp (21st October 2017)
Dr Thérèse Coffey, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), responded on 17th October 2017 to a written question on 9th October, from DUP MP David Simpson (Upper Bann), on plans to introduce a Government scrappage scheme. The Response was as follows: In July this year the Government launched the UK plan … Continue reading "Possible New Government Supported Scrappage Scheme"

New Car Sales Down 9% by kevin-sp (8th October 2017)
New car sales were down 9% in September,  and 3.6% for the year, reports SMMT. Total car sales were 426,170 for the month. Sales are likely to be down for the year for the first time since 2011. SMMT say this is down to consumer and business confidence, political uncertainty and confusion over plans for … Continue reading "New Car Sales Down 9%"

The Future Values Of Diesel Cars by kevin-sp (30th September 2017)
Since ‘dieselgate’, the push towards electric powered cars and the recent government announcement to not allow any more sales of passenger cars solely powered by hydrocarbon fuel beyond 2040 – it’s worth taking a moment to consider the price movements of second-hand diesel cars and the finance deals on new cars. There is mixed opinion … Continue reading "The Future Values Of Diesel Cars"

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