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60 years of the Triumph Herald

April 11th, 2019

Designed by Giovanni Michelotti, the Triumph Herald first emerged onto the scene in 1959. With two doors and a modest engine, this sleek little car was designed as a space-efficient run-around, and marketed as a new experience in motoring. The saloon had 93% all-round visibility thanks to the large glass areas, and all the panels [...]

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Heritage introduces improved home insurance cover for classic car owners

March 28th, 2019

Heritage is now able to offer improved cover on home insurance policies for classic car owners, including insuring up to £10,000 worth of motor memorabilia.

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Modern car features we take for granted

We’re taking a look at some of the car features we’ve become used to over the years, even in some classics. Just how far have mod cons come?

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Tackling driver fatigue

Driver fatigue has contributed to one in six road crashes resulting in death or injury on major roads. We look at how to avoid falling asleep at the wheel.

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Top Five Classic Cars Under £5000

Looking for a classic car but don’t want to break the bank? Take a look at our Top Five Classic Cars Under £5000 all readily available and competitively priced.

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Recommend a Friend and Get Rewarded

We love it when a customer is so happy that they recommend a friend to us. That’s why we want to reward you with cashback when your friend takes out a policy, and cash for them too when they buy multi car cover.

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4×4 of the Year

The Suzuki Jimny has been named 4×4 of the Year 2019 by 4×4 and Pick Up magazine, beating such prestigious rivals as the Range Rover and the Jeep Wrangler.

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No deal Brexit Would Mean New Rules For UK Motorists

At present, the UK is within the motor insurance ‘Free Circulation Zone’. In May 2018 following representations from European insurance agencies, the Department for Transport confirmed the UK Government’s intention to keep the UK within this arrangement. However, the European Commission have not as yet formally approved the decision.

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Headline-Grabbing Classics of 2018

Last year was jam-packed with classic car news and announcements and we’re already excited to see what 2019 will bring us. In 2018 three cars in particular grabbed our attention.

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