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The learning doesn't stop when you pass your test! Whether you've just passed, or are looking for advice and tips on trying something new, like motorway driving - our driving tips will help you get to know your car better and you some handy advice.
We all know that you shouldn’t get behind the wheel after we’ve had an alcoholic drink but unfortunately, some people still do. Here's what you can expect if you're caught under the influence whilst driving.
If you've recently been in a car accident and need to make a claim on your insurance, we've got everything you need to know all in one place.
P Plates aren’t a legality, so you don’t have to display them on your car, but we’ve put together some points that may make you change your mind, and want to put them on your car after all.
We'll start with the basics, then look at how things such as the weather, your tyres, and distractions, and have an impact on your stopping distance.
Only a fool breaks the 2-second rule! The 2-second rule is a rough guide, on how much space to leave between you and the car ahead. It is also an estimated reaction time of the driver.
Ever had to put your foot on the brake pretty hard, and felt a juddering from your car? That would have been your ABS - but the heck is ABS and why do we have it?
Chris Bensted, ADI (Approved Driving Instructor) and co-owner of Better ADIs, gives his advice on coping with anxiety behind the wheel.
In support of Mental Health Awareness Week, which takes place 8-14 May this year, Marmalade have worked with young drivers and driving instructors to put together some advice to help young drivers cope with anxiety when driving - as learners, or new drivers.
Sometimes, hearing people’s real experiences can provide added re-assurance and show what steps other people took in a similar situation.