We’re big on kids at CarGurus. Here on the team, we’ve got them all – little ones that won’t leave you alone, big ones that only want to be alone, ones that are ‘going through a phase’… We’ve wrestled with the car seats, cursed the buggy and generally made all the mistakes that you, as a new parent, will probably also make.[Read more…] about Car Buying Tips for New Parents
On the 13th of August, 1959, a Volvo PV544 was delivered to a dealership in the Swedish town of Kristianstad. At a glance, few would have noticed anything particularly special about it – the PV544 itself had been unveiled in 1958, after all, and was a revised version of the preceding PV444 that had been revealed in 1944.[Read more…] about Automotive Anniversary: 60 Years of the Three-Point Seat Belt
Let’s be honest, not every piece of new technology that arrives in the automotive world is strictly necessary (heated cupholders, anybody?). However, that is also not to say we should dismiss the arrival of all new gadgets with murmurings of how cars were so much better when there were fewer things to go wrong. Take the six features listed below as proof, each of which brings a tangible benefit to the driving or ownership experience, whether it’s related to safety, entertainment, or simply having warm hands.
It doesn’t matter if you’re driving to the airport or embarking on a summer staycation, making the most of your car’s boot space could well be a top priority over the upcoming Bank Holiday weekend.
If you live in the UK and own a car that’s over three years old then it is more than likely to be one of the 30 million that goes through an annual MOT test to ensure it is in roadworthy condition. But did you know that on May 20 2018 the rules surrounding the UK’s MOT test are changing?