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VIDEO: Fifth Gear presenter’s tips on cutting the cost of car ownership

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Five pieces of easy-to-follow advice from racing driver and Fifth Gear presenter Tiff Needell.

Brits who own cars five years and older spend an average of £6,407 purchasing their cars and spend almost an additional £1,000 a year maintaining, repairing and servicing their car, according to new research by

In this three minute video, racing driver and Fifth Gear presenter Tiff Needell gives his top five tips for minimising the cost of car ownership.


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