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New Year’s Resolutions for Your Car

Don’t exclude your car when it comes to making your New Year’s resolutions. If you’re struggling for ideas, not to worry as we’ve got some great ideas that will help to benefit your car in 2019.

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How much EV range do you really need?

Do you have electric vehicle (EV) range anxiety? Let us help you to put your mind at ease as we delve into the distance an EV can travel on a single charge of its battery. According to the Electric Vehicle Database, the average EV range in the UK is around 200 miles, but some models can go much further or shorter than that.

What is a deductible in car insurance?

According to Investopedia, a deductible in car insurance is the amount of money you pay out of pocket when you file a claim for certain types of coverage, such as collision or comprehensive.
After you pay the deductible, the insurer helps cover the remaining costs of car repairs and medical bills up to your policy limits, says Kiplinger.

Can I sell a deceased relatives car?

Selling a deceased person’s car can be a complex and emotional process, so it is important to do your research and seek legal advice if you are unsure of anything. The answer is yes, you can sell a deceased relatives car but you will need to follow some steps to do so legally and properly.