There have been signs and coded warnings for a while now that the sort of month-over-month growth in auto sales we've seen recently won't last forever. Some of the more drastic predictions have been that 2016 will be the year the market reaches 'peak auto', and that we'll enter an indeterminate period ...

Driving a brand-new car can be one of the great experiences of life. Walking into a dealership and buying one, on the other hand, ranks up there with public speaking and visits to the dentist atop most people’s lists of anxiety-inducing prospects. But it’s not really that scary if you’re prepared and knowledgeable.

Buying a family car may be a stressful experience if you don’t know what to expect. There are five key factors to finding a great family car: how safe it is, whether the car’s shape is suitable for fitting a family in, the suitability of the seats, the storage, and the specification.

Buying a used vehicle is a great way to save on your first big purchase. But there are certain risks that should be taken into consideration so it's important to think it over rather than rush into any deal, and to buy as far as possible with your head rather than your heart.