The plug-in hybrid supercar in Monaco goes into production in April, the first deliveries scheduled in June…
At the Leipzig plant BMW is working on the future of the car.
Just this week the House of Monaco is finalizing the preparation phase for the start of production (April) of one of the most advanced projects of these years in the automotive industry: the BMW i8 .
The Bavarian hybrid sports will be delivered to the first customers in June (in advance since the autumn 2013) and will come in as a second list range “i” together with the small electric i3. Continue reading →
The Alfa Romeo logo will appear on the overalls and helmet of Jorge Lorenzo, the Spanish champion chosen as the new face of the Italian house. A few more days of waiting and the green light will also turn on the world championship MotoGP 2014 a fierce Valentino Rossi, who will try to annoy the […] Continue reading →
Many insureds decide that their banged up Cressida doesn’t need surface damage repairs and keep the insurance claim money. While external damage such as dents and scratches do little to affect the resale and trade in value of an old vehicle, can you really afford to suffer the damages in the long run? Find here […] Continue reading →
To limit their risk of claims, insurance companies impose certain obligations on the owner of a vehicle. Failing to meet these obligations can see your claims being repudiated. Unbeknown to many an insured, the following actions on the part of the driver can wreck their insurance claims. Don’t assume the damage is minor Often a […] Continue reading →
Driving badly and parking in a dangerous neighbourhood may see you pay more in vehicle insurance, but there’s nothing quite like driving an expensive car to push them up even further. The car you drive is a major factor in determining your car insurance premium and subsequent premium increases. Why? The cost to replace the […] Continue reading →
The type of insurance you get for your vehicle depends on the type of vehicle you own. While all types of insurance for a vehicle fall under three general categories, namely third party, third party, fire and theft and comprehensive, there’s more to it than that. Everyday sedan and hatchback vehicles, for example, can be […] Continue reading →
Insurance of a vehicle is not an antidote to accidental damage and theft. It cannot cover all perils otherwise they’d pay out more in claims than they receive in premiums. For this reason, insurance companies limit cover to a few perils. While this differs from insurance company to insurance company, the following perils are generally […] Continue reading →
Getting vehicle insurance quotes is easy, what with quote aggregators, direct insurance companies and brokers all offering to do the legwork. It’s not as easy to compare vehicle insurance, though. The short-term insurance market is competitive which makes comparing vehicle insurance complicated as each insurance company provides their own policy with a range of unique […] Continue reading →
Vehicle insurance is indemnification for damage to or loss of your vehicle. You pay an insurance company a monthly or annual premium to cover the damages to your vehicle if it is involved in an accident, or to replace the vehicle with one of the same value if it is stolen or written off. The […] Continue reading →
The mere fact that you have a car is sufficient reason to have insurance cover for it. It’s a machine that can cause damage to property and worse still – injury and even death to people. With all the traffic on our roads today, the odds of your having an accident are even higher than […] Continue reading →