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How to reduce the cost of learning to drive

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According to advice from the Department for Transport, learner drivers should aim to have around 47 hours of driving lessons before taking their test, and with the average one-hour driving lesson costing between £24 – £27 learning to drive is increasingly becoming an expensive financial commitment. On top of the lessons, learners also have the…

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Most affordable UK cities for students revealed

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NatWest have updated their Student Living Index for 2018, revealing how students are spending their money and what cities offer the best when it comes to the cost of living. This is the fifth year in a row NatWest has published student cost of living data, which this year is drawn from a survey of…

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Pay as you go car finance – what you need to know

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Pay as you go car finance is a new form of car finance designed for drivers who may struggle to get a finance deal with mainstream lenders. It is based on a Hire Purchase (HP) agreement which requires an initial deposit payment and then a series of monthly repayments. Like a normal HP car leasing…

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Drone insurance: everything you need to know

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With the rise in popularity of drones – or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) – for personal and commercial reasons, having appropriate insurance is becoming increasingly necessary. The question of whether you need insurance for your drone is focused on two main areas: accidental damage/theft cover, and public liability cover. In this guide we’ll explain everything…

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Christmas spending habits 2017 – survey results

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For the past three years we have been asking UK consumers about their Christmas spending plans for the year, who they are spending their money on, how much they are spending and whether they are planning to stick to a budget or not. This year has been our biggest survey yet, with almost 3,000 people…

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