Your search for articles posted in December 2018 returned 5 articles

The best driving video games ever released

27th December 2018

Since being first released during the 1970s, racing and driving simulation games have become one of the most popular genres of video games, from the brightly coloured 16-bit visuals on Hang On (1985) to the beautiful, super-realistic graphics of Forza. In the past 30 years, over 2,500 of these games have been created across a number of different …

Bucket list places to visit on your 2019 road trip

19th December 2018

  Hugely underestimated as a location to explore, the UK is the perfect map for a year of unforgettable road trips. No matter where you’re heading on your journey, or the time of the year, you’re not going to be left disappointed by the sights you’ll see as you gaze out of your car windscreen. Historic landmarks, gardens with…

The Christmas Competition has come to an end

12th December 2018

With less than two weeks left until Christmas, we’ve reached the end of our Christmas competition, which has really got us in the Christmas spirit! Our Facebook page has been buzzing with excitement since the start of the competition, with a huge range of prizes up for grabs, including Bang & Olufsen speakers, a drone, a hotel break, an …

Dorchester Ford used car sales are back in business!

11th December 2018

  We hope you will join us in welcoming Luke Hallett to our Dorchester Ford branch. Luke will now be selling used Ford and non-Ford cars, and has access to over 400 used cars in stock, as well as what you can see on site. Luke has 10 years’ experience in new and used car sales, so he has all the knowledge and expertise to find …

Should I buy an electric car?

5th December 2018

  Although they have been around for some time, electric vehicles (or EVs), are starting to become more popular as we become a more environmentally conscious nation. With a full charge averaging around £3.64 for 115 miles and of course the lack of emissions, you can see why so many drivers are taking the plunge and opting for a state-of-…