Do we use AI to generate our articles?

August 17, 2023

Crazy cartoon photo of cars and a persons head, ai generated

With our team working hard to create more and more content for our website that we hope everyone likes to read, we have been asked (and accused) of creating our content via Artificial Intelligence (AI). The simple answer for this is NO.

We write every article

We know that other car subscription providers are utilising tools such as Google Bard and ChatGPT to create their content, it is pretty simple to spot. Even the titles are a give away and the way the articles are laid out is very AI.

But we are proud that we write each and every article published on our website and the team behind it have their own inbox where they send ideas across. These ideas come from the press or social networks, they then adapt these to write inspiring and interesting articles for everyone to read.

Dynamic Content

Some of our articles are based on dynamic content, this is where we display special offer articles within the usual news pieces.

The team choose a brand, bodytype, fuel type or contract type and then knock some text up. We then use the mechanics behind the website to display vehicles based on what is available.

The pro’s of this is simple, articles age and should a vehicle become no longer available, the offer will disappear. On the plus side, if that category of vehicle is still available, it will fetch the latest deals and bring them to you.

Guilty as charged

We are however guilty of producing the featured image on this page using a free AI trial, it’s awful we know, but as we said, other vehicle subscription providers do use these services.

More Information

As always, if you need any information on our short-term car leases or subscription deals, please call the team on or use the ENQUIRY FORM at the bottom of this human generated article.

There are so many circumstances where you may need that flexible vehicle, just call the team on 0330 330 9425 to see how we can help you!

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