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Whatever your car-shopping needs are, CarGurus can provide the top tips to help keep you on track.
If you're driving a car that's at least 3 years old, MOT tests are a part of the deal. Follow this checklist to earn a passing score.
The driving test is a rite of passage for countless drivers. Read this article if you'd like to know what it it takes to pass.
When the snow starts coming down, caution behind the wheel becomes even more important.
In case you hadn't noticed, it rains a fair bit in the United Kingdom. Here are some tips for driving safely in wet conditions.
Having your car stolen is a sure-fire way to ruin your day. Follow these tips to keep your vehicle out of criminal hands.
We can't all afford brand new cars with all the bells and whistles. Here are a few items worth adding if you're driving an older model.
Thanks to the motability scheme, people in need of specially adapted vehicles can lease them at low prices.
The auto industry's vocabulary can be pretty confusing. Take a look at the CarGurus glossary for answers to questions like, "What in the world is a crossover?"
Imagine buying a new car at a used car's price. With pre-registered cars, you can do exactly that.
Your children are your most precious cargo, so make sure you have an appropriate child seat for them before you head out on the road.
Driving with young children can get old fast, but with these ten top tips, you'll have no problem cruising along on your next road trip.
No one enjoys getting a flat, but with these top tips, you'll be able to change your tyre and get moving (all without calling a recovery truck)
It's inexpensive and easy to acquire, so be sure to obtain an international driving permit before you leave the UK for holiday.
Hiring a car is often the best decision when travelling outside of the UK. Here are some tips to make the process move smoothly.
Driving to the Continent is one of the great pleasures of living in Britain. Here are a few tips to ensure your holiday goes smoothly
Selecting the right tyres is a critical decision—they're the only thing between your car and the road, after all. But are premium tyres really worth the cost, and are part-worn tyres worth the savings?
Potholes aren't just annoyances, they can also do serious damage for your car. What do you do if a pothole wrecks your motor?
We hope we'll never need to use it, but when the wheels stop turning, breakdown cover can be nice to have. What level should you buy?
Motor oil is what keeps everything inside an engine running smoothly. Regularly checking and changing oil is critical to extending a car's life!
A cool engine is a happy engine. Read on to learn what coolant is, why it's important, and how to make sure you have enough!
Britain's Vehicle Excise Duty was overhauled in the spring of 2017. Here's everything you need to know about getting a VED refund for any excess tax left to run.
Who wants to save 20% on their next car purchase?
Don't get in over your head on your next car purchase. Use these budgeting tips to learn how much car you can afford.
Owning a car is expensive. Here are six tricks to keep your running costs low.
Donating is an easy way to part with an old car while helping a charity in need.
Driving on snow or ice can make even the best drivers nervous. One way to restore that confidence is to invest in a set of winter tyres.
From hybrids and electric cars to hydrogen and liquid petroleum gas, learn what powers today's motors (and tomorrow's, too).
Explore everything from seatbelts to autonomous emergency braking, and how Euro NCAP crash-tests cars in this overview of vehicle safety.
CarGurus takes a look at the future of self-driving cars, how they work, and when they'll be on British roads.
CarGurus examines different types of vehicle warranties to help you decide which are a good value (and which are not)
CarGurus breaks down the three forms of auto insurance and explains the ins and outs of each.
CarGurus explains the different types of GAP insurance and who should shop for it
CarGurus explains the differences between petrol, diesel, hybrid, and electric cars
CarGurus provides 10 good reasons to purchase cars used, rather than new
CarGurus explains approved used cars and why they may be appealing to certain buyers.
CarGurus breaks down the many different options for buying a car with finance
CarGurus provides a step-by-step guide to buying a car sight unseen.
The way a new car's fuel economy and emissions are measured is being changed, but what do the new WLTP tests involve?
Keeping a car running can get expensive, but here are 8 jobs you don't have to pay a mechanic to do.
If you drive a car on UK roads, you're required to pay tax. Read on to find out just how much the Government wants from you.
Owning a car can get expensive, but these tips will help you save valuable money on your fuel bill.
Cars are incredibly helpful machines, but they also have a history of being very bad for the environment. Here's how Europe's emissions standards are changing that.
When it comes to keeping us informed and entertained, our cars can now do more than ever
Nothing quite compares with buying your first car. But how can you make sure you're getting a good one?
The DVLA licence check code is an integral part of your driving licence. See how you can find yours, why you need it, and how you can share it.
Heading to a car dealership doesn't have to feel like walking into a hornet's nest. These dozen questions can help prepare you for a successful purchase.
You've found what looks like it could be your next car, but it has a few dents and scratches. How can you tell what damage is "ok" and what damage is a red flag?
They're the contact point between you and the road. So, shouldn't you keep your tires in top shape?
We all buy car insurance hoping we never have to use it. Here's what to do if your car is damaged beyond repair.
CarGurus identifies five helpful tips for leveraging a better deal on your next used car purchase
CarGurus explains how shoppers can better protect themselves by investing in an inspection before purchasing a used car.