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Whether you’re trading in your old car or buying your first used car, unless you’re a cash buyer, you’ll need some form of credit. If you know that your credit rating isn’t good, is nonexistent or you’re just too afraid to look, there are lots of things you can do to help you to get access to the funds you need.

Did you know you could save money by choosing a car in a low insurance group? People who purchase cars in low groups pay lower premiums than those for higher groups. A group rating panel sets the groups. Members of the committee include Lloyds Market Association and the Association of British Insurers.

The Motor Insurance Repair Research Centre administers the group. When the panel meets, new car models are assigned to a group ranging from 1 to 50. Group 1 is the cheapest to insure. High-performance models are typically placed in the highest groups and bring the most expensive insurance premiums.

In 2008, the DailyMail.com News reported that approximately 120,000 people per year add the wrong fuel to a vehicle. That is somewhere in the neighbourhood of 13 per hour. Over £50 million are paid out in repair bills. Putting petrol into a diesel tank is more common than the reverse. Diesel nozzles are bigger and unable to fit most petrol tanks.

Continue reading to discover the best way to limit your expense if you find yourself in this predicament. If you have any questions you would like to ask us, simply tweet us @MotorRange using the hashtag #MRQuestions.

Welcome fellow car lovers to this week's instalment of The Motor Range Express.

In all we do, we strive to provide insightful articles to help you understand this confusing industry. Which, therefore, brings us to this article!

Have you ever been caught out by the side of the road with a flat tyre? Did you know that changing the tyre yourself can save you time and money? Continue reading to find out how.

Please remember if you have a bad back or are pregnant, to call a professional in this situation, it is always better to be safe than sorry!

If you have any questions about this article, please tweet us @MotorRange using the hashtag #MRFlatTyre.