With the latest reports from Hollywood prophesying a third delay to the release of the latest action-packed, adrenaline-fuelled, tire-screeching Bond installment — No Time to Die — many lovers of the famed spy series are now practically shaking with withdrawal.Read More
Countries around the world are making drastic changes to laws in an attempt to reduce their carbon footprint and become more environmentally conscious. Many countries, including the UK, are focussing on transport and the automotive industry. Utilising more renewable energy and increasing dependence on Electric Vehicles should see a decline in carbon emissions.Read More
The reliability of a car is a valuable asset. Not only can it be very inconvenient having an unreliable vehicle, but it is also very expensive to run and repair.
The Reliability Index takes into account numerous factors, such as the number of times a car fails, the cost of repairing it, the average amount of time it spends off the road due to repairs the average age and mileage of the vehicles they have on their books. Using this data, each manufacturer is awarded a Reliability Index Rating, with the lowest score being the most reliable.
Hybrid cars are quickly becoming a more popular choice of vehicle amongst drivers. Now more so than ever, we are conscious of how our everyday lives and choices affect our environment. Vehicles relying on fossil fuels are no longer a viable or responsible long-term solution for our driving needs, and electric plug-in vehicles are yet to fully convince us of their reliability and versatility in different terrains and journey-lengths.Read More
Wondering what you need to remember for a brilliant road trip? Look no further! Mercury Cars have compiled the ultimate road trip checklists, both for the items you need to pack and how to prepare your car!
There are a lot of details to think about when buying a car, not just with the vehicle itself, but also how much money you are spending once the car has been bought.
Usually, there are two financial payments to think about after you’ve purchased the vehicle. The first is car insurance and the other is road tax.
Regular car maintenance programmes are exactly like the periodic medical check-ups included in your healthcare plan. Owning a car is much more complex than simply filling it up with gas and changing the oil every once in a while.
Taking proper care of your car will pay off both in the short and in the long run because your will be safer and you will actually save money instead of overspending.