No form of transportation can compare to a motorcycle, the two wheel break neck speed at the drop of a wrist, the freedom of an open road with no surroundings and the sense community which comes with it.
It’s no secret that the electric car market is the most rapidly growing sector of the motor industry and it has garnered everybody’s interest. But why are they so popular?
When it comes to buying a car, it is understandable you may feel slightly apprehensive or may be overthinking some parts of the buying process.
Over the last few years there has been a large shift in the car market with people now buying what they need, not so much what they want. This in turn has lead to a significant rise in the amount of hatchbacks bought by the public, with people choosing practicality over a car that will run up unnecessary expenses or be hard to drive.
Over the past few years we have witnessed the classic car market explode in value, with a Bugatti EB110 and a Ferrari F40 once being worth a respected 165k and 200k yet to get hold of any one of these majestic machines now will cost you over seven figures.