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Dashcam Safety Infographic

Written by | Posted on 20.10.2017

Much more than just a source for viral videos, dashcams help motorists to capture, review and analyse either their own or other drivers' performance.

Foreign Travel Checklist

Written by | Posted on 21.06.2017

Eight things to check before taking your car to Europe this summer.

Helping you get most from LeasePlan

Written by | Posted on 04.04.2017

As a customer you can benefit from a range of LeasePlan digital services designed to help you get the most from your vehicles. Discover how in our video.

In the driving seat: who do you put your trust in?

Written by | Posted on 12.02.2017

Valentine's Survey reveals 58% of motorists would put their full trust in their partner to drive their car.

Driving in Flood Water

Written by | Posted on 21.11.2016

Exceptionally wet and often windy conditions can present a danger to motorists and other road users. Here are our tips from driving in these conditions.

The Considerate Code

Written by | Posted on 06.09.2016

Since the Highway Code was first published in 1931 it has remained one of the consistently best-selling books in the UK. It is also constantly evolving, so advisable for motorists to stay updated and re-read it every few years.

DriverLine – all our services accessed via one number

Written by | Posted on 24.08.2016

The concept behind DriverLine is simplicity itself. A single number to call to access a comprehensive range of driver services, available 365 days a year, the LeasePlan DriverLine can be tailored to your organisation's fleet requirements.

Signal Failure

Written by | Posted on 27.06.2016

Signal failure. The Highway Code tells us that ‘signals warn and inform other road users, including pedestrians, of your intended actions’. For signaphobes of course it is other road users and pedestrians’ responsibility to guess their intentions.

Mechanical breakdown

Written by | Posted on 22.05.2016

A recent survey by Kwik Fit revealed 1 in 5 people don’t think they need a service to ensure their car is safe if they have a valid MOT.

The truth about older drivers

Written by | Posted on 06.05.2016

Currently, drivers over 70 have to renew their licence every three years, but there is no medical or driving test. They only have to declare that they are fit to drive, and that they meet the minimum eyesight standards.