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Get the Aviva Deal – 12 Months for the Price of 10 February 4, 2010 No Comments

Get the Aviva deal – 12 months car insurance for the price of 10

Server Moves Upgrades June 12, 2009 No Comments

The IT guys have told me that there is some technical reason that we need to move servers or IPs or something like that. For that reason our servers may be offline during the weekend of 13th and 14th June 2009 but the disruption should be all cleared up by Tuesday 16th June 2009 at [...]

5 months on and all’s well? April 20, 2009 No Comments

I’ve been away on other projects for a few months now so its about time for more blogs and updates. Since my last post interest rates have dropped to near zero, petrol prices have fallen and look to be on the rise again and we could be 6 weeks away from a general election.  Labour [...]

Ford Jaguar ceases sales of X-Type in USA October 14, 2007 No Comments

UK based Jaguar (owned by Ford) is to stop sales of the Jaguar X-Type in the USA (North America). The continued weakening of the dollar against the pound has made it very difficult to continue selling the Jaguar X-Type, the cheapest car in the range costing around $30,000, at a competetive price. The X-Type will [...]

Higher Premiums for Tired Drivers October 12, 2007 No Comments

The RAC found that 46% of all drivers admitted driving when drousy or sleepy and, more distressingly, 34% said they had been extremely close to falling asleep behind the wheel!

Home insurance premium split widens October 4, 2007 No Comments

In some areas in the UK, home insurance can cost up to three times the cost of insurance in cheaper areas. Postcode is the most important factor when providers get quotes and prices. One of the cheapest areas is Llandrinod Wells costing an average of £200 for buildings and contents cover. Contrast that with Peckham [...]

Drivers not impressed with new road pricing scheme October 1, 2007 No Comments

Motorists have hit back at Government plans to introduce a new road pricing system. The scheme involves tracking motorist movement through satellite technology, collecting data about each journey. The data will be used to charge motorists based on the time of day they travel and could lead to expensive trips for those who only travel [...]