Tips to Help You Save with Your Next Vehicle

Monday, 27th March 2017 1:12 am

With the cost of living continually increasing, finding ways to set aside money each week is becoming increasingly difficult. When you are then in the market to purchase a vehicle, saving up for a deposit or making car loan repayments can become a burden on your life. No one wants to be overawed by

Acting as a Guarantor

Sunday, 23rd April 2017 9:28 pm

Just because one has insufficient income, no credit history, or in fact a bad credit rating, it doesn’t mean they are excluded from the prospect of taking out a loan. In today’s age the emergence of car financing specialists dedicated to those with poor credit serves a market that constitutes so

Dealing with Pushy Car Salespeople

Friday, 19th May 2017 5:11 am

It’s one of the least enjoyable aspects of buying a motor vehicle. Whether you’re choosing between a new or used car, dealing with pushy salespeople can be an incredibly daunting and even frustrating experience. If you’ve ever done the rounds, going from dealer to dealer while looking for a ve

What are Chattel Mortgages?

Thursday, 22nd June 2017 7:30 pm

When it comes to sourcing finance, motorists have a variety of avenues to seek credit. One of the less common forms, mostly because it is restricted to business use, comes courtesy of chattel mortgages. They might sound like they have something to do with your home, but what exactly are chattel mort

Should You Repair Your Vehicle or Buy a New Car?

Sunday, 30th July 2017 5:20 pm

Sometimes it’s hard to let go and move onto a new vehicle. Whether it’s an emotional attachment to our pride and joy, or the belief that a new car is less attainable and will end up costing us more – we often like to give ourselves a reason to resist change. But while these may be factors we c