Financing a car is an excellent method of payment for many vehicle buyers, allowing them to get behind the wheel of a car they love without having to fork out the full amount all at once. However, the confusing jargon surrounding car finance can be enough to put anyone off, which is why we have decided to provide a much-needed explanation of some of the most significant terms you might need to be aware of before making a finance application. Here is our A-Z guide to car finance.
Your practical driving exam can only be taken after you have successfully passed your theory test; your driving instructor will usually advise you on when you are ready to book the practical test. You can arrange your exam either by calling the DVSA automated telephone service or booking online. If you would like to book over the phone, you will need to call between 8am and 12pm.
All driving theory examinations are managed by the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and can be booked either over the phone or online through GOV.UK. When you arrange your test, make sure that you have your valid UK provisional driving licence number and a valid debit or credit card to hand. Your driving theory test will cost £23.
Driving around Cardiff can be difficult at the best of times. You could very easily find yourself in a pickle with the city centre’s complicated roads and with so many events going on in the city, you never know where you’ll be diverted. Having the right car for the job can make life so much easier, so choose wisely.
Carmarthen is home to one of the most important beaches in automotive history. At the beginning of the twentieth century, Pendine Sands were used for motorbike and car races, as the straight and flat stretch of beach formed a perfect natural racetrack.