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27th May 2020

What is vehicle maintenance? Car maintenance refers to ensuring that your vehicle is in working order, and is meeting the relevant safety requirements set out by the vehicle manufacturer. Vehicle maintenance consists of ensuring you have regular car services throughout the year, or booking in for your annual MOT, as well as home vehicle maintenance to ensure everything is ticking over in the mean...

14th July 2022

With cost of living at an all-time high, making savings in the everyday helps now more than ever. In this guide, we will be discussing the small things you can do to help save money on your car – whether you have a petrol guzzler or a high maintenance sports car, these tips will hopefully help any driver. Driving habits Did you know, by altering the way that you drive, you could save yourself so...

29th June 2022

Knowing how to change a tyre can come in handy, and you can save time and money by learning how to do it now, before you find yourself stuck at the side of the road. In our blog, we will tell you how you can change your tyre in a few easy steps. Before you start Firstly, ensure you are parked in a safe space to change your tyre. Once you have done so, ensure you put your hazard lights on to warn...

23rd June 2022

Not looking after your tyres could cost you money – car tyres require regular maintenance to perform as they should. In our guide, we talk about how you can make your tyres last longer, so that you can save money in the long run. The first step is ensuring you invest in the right tyres – you can choose from winter tyres, all season tyres or summer tyres. If you are driving a heavier vehicle, then...

20th October 2017

It is an accepted fact that your car drops in value as soon as you drive it away from the dealership. This is because the vehicle will gain natural wear and tear, as well as racking up the mileage, which increases the likelihood of maintenance and repair as time goes on. However, you can prevent how much it decreases in value by following our easy tips. Maintaining the value of your car is an ong...

24th May 2022

Demisting your windscreen is essential for you, as a driver, to have a clear vision of the roads. Keeping your windscreen misty could potentially cause you to break the law – as it impedes your visibility on the roads. Demisting your windscreen doesn’t have to be a lengthy process either - our helpful guide will show you how to demist your windscreen in a few quick  steps. Why do windscreens get...

17th May 2022

When washing your car, it’s very easy for the tyres to get overlooked. You may feel that cleaning your tyres is a waste of time – let's be honest, they are constantly on the ground, in the dirt. Aren’t they just going to get dirty anyway? In our helpful guide, we will be discussing how you should clean your tyres and why cleaning your tyres is incredibly important. Why should I clean my tyres? T...

17th May 2022

With fuel prices on the rise, being effective with using your petrol is seemingly more important. In our helpful guide, we will be discussing the small changes you can make to alleviate these extra costs, so hopefully, you can save more money in the long run. How can I make my fuel last longer? Car maintenance tips Don’t overload your car – having excess weight in your car can cause an increa...

17th May 2022

If your steering wheel ever feels heavy and hard to turn, this could indicate that you have an issue with heavy steering. This happens when your vehicle feels stiff and compromises the control you have over your car. There are various reasons why heavy steering might happen, so if you think you have an unreactive steering wheel, you should get it checked at your nearest garage immediately. What c...

3rd May 2022

Old tyres don’t have to be a nuisance - there are plenty of ways you can recycle or upcycle your old tyres! Usually, when you get new tyres fitted, the garage where you had them fitted will normally dispose of the old tyres for you. Alternatively, if you change them at home, you can take your tyres to your local recycling centre or a tyre company. However, some people prefer to reuse their tyres...