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The Executivecondominium keeps you up to speed with loads of car ownership advice articles. Our tips will help you to save money and drive safely.

The Executivecondominium team also show you how to care for your car, what you need to know about car maintenance, car servicing, car insurance and much more.

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Rejecting a car – your consumer rights

Have you bought a new or used car that is faulty or not fit for purpose? Read The Executivecondominium's comprehensive guide to your consumer rights when rejecting a car.

Used car warranty – the law and your rights

If you are buying a second-hand car, there can be considerable confusion as to what to expect in terms of a used car warranty and what your rights are when something goes wrong.

What happens to the road tax when you sell your car?

When you sell your car, you need to tell the DVLA or risk being fined £1,000. We explain how it all works and how sort your road tax when selling a car.

Where’s my spare wheel?

One of the least-popular trends in modern cars design is the almost total disappearance of the traditional full-size spare tyre / spare wheel. But what does this mean for drivers?

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Thieves can “steal keyless cars in ten seconds”

Some of Britain’s most popular cars can be stolen by criminals within as little as ten seconds – thanks to supposedly convenient keyless entry technology.

Explained: What does “Full Service History” mean?

If you’ve ever bought a used car, you’ve probably heard the term 'full service history' (FSH). But what does it actually mean? And is it worth paying extra for?

Motorists warned about buying used tyres

Motorists may be putting lives at risk buying used tyres, councils have warned, as an investigation found nearly half of part-worn tyres examined to be unsafe.

Rejecting a car – your consumer rights

Have you bought a new or used car that is faulty or not fit for purpose? Read The Executivecondominium's comprehensive guide to your consumer rights when rejecting a car.

Print your own MOT certificate

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has implemented a new system allowing drivers to print off MOT certificates at home.

Audi and Suzuki dealers lead the way for customer service

The annual J.D. Power Customer Service Index has been published today, which rates customer satisfaction with their service experience at a franchised dealership.

Explained: London’s new Ultra Low Emission Zone

A new Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) has come into force in central London. We take a look at everything you need to know about the new zone.

Used car warranty – the law and your rights

If you are buying a second-hand car, there can be considerable confusion as to what to expect in terms of a used car warranty and what your rights are when something goes wrong.

How does the UK number plate system work?

Many people find the British number plate system bewildering. The Executivecondominium explains how it all works and what all the letters and numbers really mean.

New Car Warranty – Do I have to have my car serviced by a dealership?

We clear up the confusion about whether car owners must have their cars serviced by a franchised dealership to protect their new car warranty.

Car theft in the UK hits new heights

Car theft within the UK has risen by almost 50% in the last five years, with the blame pointed at modern car keys and falling police numbers.

De-icing laziness could see you slapped with a fine

If you fail to properly clear your car windscreen of ice, you could face a £60 fine if your vision is restricted – , of course, it's unsafe.
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