Cars

Hybrid vs. LPG

Added 24 October 2016 by

hybrid vs lpg

A statistical driver who needs an economical car will most likely be choosing between 2 types of fuel: petrol fitted with LPG, or diesel. What they tend to overlook is that, in the last few years, there has been more and more of the third – hybrid – alternative in the second-hand market. Do hybrid vehicles offer any substantial savings, though?

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Having a car

Top 10 apps for drivers

Added 18 October 2016 by

What we drive today is far closer to a computer than a traditional car. With a rapidly growing number of automatised features that used to be available in premium class only but have now become common, a sat nav, drive computer or parking assist can now be found even in the more popular models.

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Buying a Car?

Attention! Manufacturer recalls issued in 2016. Don’t take risks, read our guide!

Added 8 July 2016 by

Our autoDNA.com database has just been updated with a couple dozen manufacturer recalls issued in 2016. Do not wait for a serious breakdown; we have prepared a list of manufacturing faults recently discovered in a number of vehicles. It will help you find out whether your car may have one before it causes real trouble.

Any manufacturing faults which have been discovered in a vehicle of any brand must be forwarded to the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) together with advice on how to remove them. Most of the manufacturers also issue recall actions that allow car owners to have these faults removed free of charge in their ASC.
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News

SSL security now available on autoDNA

Added 24 May 2016 by

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We are pleased to inform that autoDNA is now SSL-certified. What does it mean for a customer? In short, it means that all the data you provide while ordering via autoDNA is encrypted – and thus secure. Whenever you purchase an autoDNA report you can rest assured that your data will not be stolen by any third parties.

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Buying a Car?

Automatic cars: how to buy one and what you need to know

Added 6 April 2016 by

Who wouldn’t like to drive an automatic car if only they were a bit more affordable? Sadly, potential repair costs are so high that most of the buyers need to opt for second-hand vehicles. These may be cheaper but remember: automatic transmission car market is a real minefield. Before you start looking, read this article to learn about different types of automatic transmission and the models where they have proven to work properly (or not).
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