News from Allianz Insurance
Posted on: 04 December 2015
Ever wondered how our commute will look in the future?
It seems the world of travel is close to a breakthrough. Technology news seems filled with driverless cars and new ways to travel. Just a few days ago, a new battery was announced that is so powerful, it could make electric cars have a similar range to their petrol driven counterparts.
Posted on: 13 November 2015
Some very big names in the technology world, including Google, are developing driverless cars. These cars are going to replace drivers. They are also going to be tested on British roads in Milton Keynes and Bristol.
Posted on: 23 October 2015
Parents across the UK are gearing up for half term. Make the most of the time with days out and adventures you and your family can remember forever. It doesn’t have to be expensive either. If you’re ever stuck, here are some thoughts about what you can get up to during half term.
Posted on: 16 October 2015
It’s a brave new world
A new car comes utterly crammed with all types of gadgetry to make the driving experience easier and safer for you. There are so many different gadgets that we can’t tell you about all of them in detail here. What we can do is tell you about some important ones and how they’ve changed driving.
Posted on: 01 October 2015
Your eco car tax will fund new roads in Osborne’s infrastructure development plan
The dust has settled from the general election and the country is getting to grips with life under a Conservative government again. The chancellor’s summer budget was announced and there are going to be some big changes in store for motorists.
Posted on: 28 August 2015
It’s always challenging when driving long distances. The problem, other than tiredness and needing the toilet, is keeping your passengers and yourself entertained. This is especially true for parents with children in the car. To try and make it that bit easier, we’ve brought together some of the very best games to play in the car. Hopefully, this will help you avoid the dreaded “are we there yet?”