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The UK’s most recommended garages

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Has your local garage given you outstanding service? If so, we want to hear about it in the form of a Good Garage review.

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You can search the best Good Garage by region, which means you can shop around to find the highest rated business in your local area.

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Essential servicing and maintenance tips

The Honest John guide to maintenance and servicing

You don't have to be a mechanical mastermind to understand the basic maintenance and servicing schedules of your car. Indeed, with a little inside knowledge you can protect your car and your wallet.  

The 10 most common MoT failure points

The 10 most common MoT failure points

There are few less satisfying elements to car ownership than failing your MoT. But sometimes all it takes is a little neglect, or lack of preparation, to see your pride and joy fall at the first hurdle.

10 easy tips to passing your next MoT

10 easy tips to passing your next MoT

The MoT covers a wide range of aspects including lighting, tyres and emissions. Even if you're not mechanically minded, there are a number of easy checks to help you pass first time. 

Is it worth paying more for an extended warranty?

Is it worth paying more for an extended warranty?

What should you do when your car's manufacturer's warranty runs out? One option is to do nothing and cover the costs out of your own pocket. Alternative, you could buy an extended warranty...

Top 50 fastest disappearing cars from UK roads

Top 50 fastest disappearing cars from UK roads

We’ve crunched the data from our updated How Many Left section to find out which cars are disappearing the fastest from UK roads. The scrappage scheme certainly took its toll on huge numbers of ageing cars – but there are still some vehicles that are rapidly vanishing from UK roads despite the scheme being long gone.



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