Want Alexa in your car? Prime Deal makes Amazon Echo Auto cheaper than ever

Want to add Alexa smarts to your old banger of a motor? This top cut from the early Prime Day deals 2020 sales gets you the Amazon Echo Auto at its lowest ever price.

Knocking 40% off the usual £49.99, it brings the Amazon Echo Auto down to just £29.99, saving you a significant £20. 

Amazon Echo Auto: £29.99 (40% off) at Amazon
Bringing voice control to your car for safe smart connectivity options, you’ll be able to ask Alexa for everything from weather reports to news reports, playlist playback to podcast picks. Connecting over your car’s speakers through the aux input jack or to your phone over Bluetooth, its hands-free nature makes it safe yo use while driving.
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Being able to make calls and access your entertainment system on the road safely is a big concern for drivers, and not everyone has the latest built-in entertainment systems

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Post-Brexit trade talks should include cheaper mobile data in Japan, the US and Australia

  • Plusnet Mobile customers could face paying £30 to upload a picture abroad 
  • Which? is hoping the UK will extend its Roam Like at Home scheme after Brexit 
  • Network providers charge a lot more for customers using data outside the EU 

Travellers to some destinations around the world face fees of £30 to upload a single photograph, new research has revealed.

Plusnet Mobile customers would have to fork out £30 to post a single 5MB photo whilst BT, Tesco and Virgin Mobile customers could all have to pay £25 to upload a photo while travelling in Japan, according to data from Which?.

Those travelling outside of the EU – although, mostly on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic – face a range of rules, restrictions and enormous charges when using their phone.

Some also face having their phone suddenly blocked once they hit their monthly cap – preventing them from making

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Are electric family cars cheaper to own than petrol or diesel?

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If you’re planning to keep your next car for a few years, you should be considering an electric vehicle to save money, that’s according to a new study.

Analysis of purchase prices and running costs found that family-size electric vehicles are now more cost competitive with petrol and diesel cars – and the longer you keep a battery-powered model the better it will be for your finances.

When taking into account the total cost of ownership, the research claimed the difference between a petrol and electric mid-size car is £132 a month in favour of plug-in models. 

a close up of a motorcycle mirror: Electric family cars are cheaper to own, according to an annual report comparing the running costs of EVs and models with petrol and diesel engines

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Electric family cars are cheaper to own, according to an annual report comparing the running costs of EVs and models with petrol and diesel engines

The claim that electric cars are now cheaper to own over an extended period

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Car Insurance Guide – How to Get Cheaper Rates – Press Release

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 27, 2020 / Compare-autoinsurance.org (https://compare-autoinsurance.org) has launched a new blog post that presents several methods to lower car insurance rates.

For more info and free quotes, visit https://compare-autoinsurance.org/how-to-make-car-insurance-rates-cheaper.

Car insurance companies determine the premium paid by a driver after analyzing multiple factors. Some of these factors are under the policyholder’s control and can help him get cheaper car insurance.

  • Adjust the deductibles. Drivers can increase the deductibles levels to lower the price of their insurance rate. In many cases, the premium rates drop as much as 30%. Policyholders should consider adjusting the deductibles to a level they can support if something bad happens.
  • Consider dropping medical payments coverage. If a policyholder already has health insurance, then he will not need the medical payments coverage. In most cases, the two policies overlap.
  • Policyholders should consider buying a cheaper car
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Top Tips That Will Help Drivers Find Cheaper Car Insurnace – Press Release

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 26, 2020 / Cheapquotesautoinsurance.com (https://cheapquotesautoinsurance.com) has launched a new guide that presents several tips that can help drivers pay less on their car insurance rates.

For many drivers, paying the monthly car insurance bill can be quite difficult. More and more drivers are wondering if they can save some of the money they spend on insurance. Luckily, there are some easy methods drivers can take to lower their premiums and ensure they’re getting the best insurance rate. With a bit of ingenuity and an understanding of the insurance market, drivers can reduce their car insurance costs and get great coverage without breaking the bank.

To get cheaper car insurance, follow the next tips:

  • Regularly shop for car insurance. Most car insurance providers will change their rates every month. Shopping for car insurance once or more each year can help drivers
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Safety And Anti-Theft Devices That Will Help Drivers Get Cheaper Car Insurance

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 22, 2020 / Compare-autoinsurance.org (http://compare-autoinsurance.org) is a top auto insurance brokerage website, providing car insurance quotes online from trustworthy agencies all over the United States. This website released an online guide that presents what safety and anti-theft devices will help drivers get better car insurance rates.

Installing certain modifications to their cars will allow drivers to ask for discounts and obtain better rates. Insurance companies will allow drivers to install certain devices and systems, as long as they lower the chances of being involved in accidents or having the car stolen. Drivers can install the following:


  • Adaptive cruise control. By utilizing sensors and radars, this safety device will monitor the traffic around the car and will try to maintain a safe distance from the car upfront by automatically braking if when the vehicles get too close.
  • Rearview cameras. A
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Meet the ID.4, a cheaper alternative to the Model Y designed to sell against America’s most popular cars

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  • Volkswagen unveiled its first fully electric mass-market car for the United States on Tuesday: the ID.4.
  • The $39,995 compact SUV is priced to compete with the Toyota Rav4, Honda CR-V, and similar four-door hatchbacks. 
  • VW Group’s CEO for North America, Scott Keogh, says the company took many nods from Tesla in designing the new car. 
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Volkswagen knows exactly what it’s up against if it wants to actually sell electric cars to Americans, and it’s not backing away from the challenge.

The automaker on Tuesday unveiled the ID.4, its four-door hatchback answer to Tesla’s Model Y, with a slightly shorter range and cheaper price tag that could allow it to compete against some of the most popular crossovers in the US.

The first models of the new car will be made in Germany and hit the US in the first months

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