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If the worst happens and your car breaks down, here are the things you need to remember:
Try to move your car out of the way of other vehicles and traffic
Turn on your lights – both your sidelights and hazard warning lights
Ensure you and your passengers leave the car and stand well away, keeping a safe distance from the road and other traffic
Call your breakdown service and give them your location – they may ask you questions in order to establish whether to prioritise you
Avoid invalidating your car insurance by following these legal requirements. Including, named driver insurance rules, modifications and medical conditions.
Car manufacturers often have car scrappage offers - a type of trade-in deal where you get money off a new vehicle. How do scrappage schemes work?
While car insurance can cover the cost of repairing your vehicle after an accident, car warranty could be a useful extra for when something goes wrong.
Our guide explains the steps of buying a new car, from choosing how to finance your purchase to getting the right level of insurance for your new car.
Do you know what extras you can add on to your car insurance policy and what they include? Our guide explains common add-ons and what they cover.
An MOT (Ministry of Transport test) ensures that a vehicle (cars, motorcycles, goods vehicles) is road worthy. Essentially a mechanic makes sure the vehicle is safe to be on the road. This is a yearly legal requirement for any vehicle that is being driven on public roads.
Have a fully functioning vehicle, means you are less likely to encounter problems on the road, and therefore less likely to cause break down issues. An MOT can flag serious issues that you didn't know existed, saving you time and keeping you safe.
Last updated: 14 September 2021