Hello Friends, It is definitely interesting times and we hope you are home and safe. This is already the second week of the lockdown, it will soon be over. Stay Strong! As car owners, who have been staying at home and observing social distancing, you must have parked your car since the beginning of last week. Cars parked over a long time need still need some tender, love and care, especially since we most likely…

Choosing the right car suitable for the road you ply every day is very important. Driving on Nigerian roads can be worrisome yet fun from the bumpy roads to the waterlogged areas and extremely sandy roads. These roads are capable of giving your day a twist of fate. The rainy season is gradually setting in and it’s advisable to prepare yourself adequately with the right car, just so you don’t get stuck in flooded roads,…

In light of the transportation problems in Lagos, everyone has been considering every alternative possible. Have you ever thought about joint car ownership (co-owning a car) with a friend who lives and works close to you? Let’s break it down, shall we? The Plan A ‘Tokunbo’ 2006 Toyota Corolla costs N1.8M on Betacar.ng. You and your friend share the cost of purchase at 900k each.Fuel per week (Mon – Fri) is maximum N6,000, shared at…

Traffic Offenses in Lagos. Do you know ignorance is no excuse to break the law? It’s imperative to adhere to simple traffic laws and signs to avoid impromptu fund disbursement and a waste of time. These traffic laws and signs were installed by the government to keep drivers in order and citizens in check. When these traffic signs and laws are violated, it comes with a penalty. I’ve decided to help compile what the Lagos…