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Top Car Videos of the Year

Here at Creditplus we love car videos. So much so, that we’ve had some trouble narrowing down this list to just five of our favourite car videos from ... Read More

Elon Musk talks about the Tesla fires

This morning Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, wrote a somewhat emotive blog post rebutting the recent accusations in the media of the danger of Tesla’s... Read More

Drivers paying £200m too much for car insurance, reports show.

The Competition Commission have determined that drivers are paying as much as £200m too much for their car insurance, and are putting the blame on squ... Read More

Why I love the Citroen DS3 Makeover

I was thrilled to hear about the Benefit and Citroen partnership, introducing the Citroen DS3 concept (based on the DS3 D sport model) at this years C... Read More


This Christmas at Creditplus, we have decided to run an Ugly Christmas Jumper competition, all in aid of the charity Save The Children UK. We asked al... Read More

What to do when you breakdown

Here at Creditplus we love cars, but we hate it when they break down. Hopefully you won’t ever be driving a car when it breaks down, but in case it do... Read More

Car Finance Facts – November

Every month we provide you with a round up of car finance statistics from the previous month. You can view statistics from the last few months by foll... Read More

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Formula E Team Joins The Race

For those of you unfamiliar with the work of Leonardo DiCaprio, he is a pretty awesome dude, all things considered. Award-winning actor, environmental... Read More

Jeremy Clarkson – The Man Of Many Words

Love it or hate it, Jeremy Clarkson is a British pop-culture hero. His outrageous comments on the facets of daily life in the wet and windy United Kin... Read More

Tax Disc to be Scrapped

The tax disc has adorned the windscreens of vehicles in the UK for over 93 years –  but by October 2014 it will be gone. The Treasury yesterday announ... Read More