Your life in cars

From the first day behind the wheel to being an experienced driver in your retirement years, using a car is an important part of life.

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Guide to buying a new car

Guide to buying a new car

Buying a new car is an exciting time, follow our advice to make sure you get the right car for you

Choosing your first car

Choosing your first car

Choosing your first car can be difficult decision, we have some top tips to make sure you know exactly what you’re lo...

Buying a used car

Buying a used car

Buying a used car takes careful consideration, follow our advice to make sure you choose the right car for you.

Insuring you first car

Insuring you first car

We have some tips to help first time drivers get the right insurance for the right price.

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Getting around as a graduate

Getting around as a graduate

As a graduate, your next challenge will be working your way up the career ladder, so you’ll be looking for a professi...

Newly married

Newly married

If you’re newly married, you’ll be looking for a car which is not only practical to drive to work, but also pleasurab...

Travelling with a growing family

Travelling with a growing family

You’ll want a safe, spacious and powerful car for your growing family, so you can comfortably drive your children to ...

The uni run

The uni run

Once your children start university, you’ll find yourself transporting them and all their belongings to and from the...

A car to celebrate your first promotion

A car to celebrate your first promotion

To celebrate your first promotion, you may look to purchase a stylish new car. This will be something suitable for y...

New parents on the road

New parents on the road

As a first time parent, your priority will be keeping your family safe on the road. You’ll also want a car which has ...

Taxi for teens

Taxi for teens

With teenage children, it’s likely you’ll be picking them and their friends up from various hobbies and parties, as ...

Driving as empty nesters

Driving as empty nesters

After your children have flown the nest, you’ll have the freedom to buy a car for yourself; choosing luxury over pra...

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Preparing your home before a storm

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Aviva Drive

Safer drivers scoring 7.1 or more save an average of £170, a saving that can be achieved by 55% of them.


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