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7 unusual car noises you shouldn't ignore

calendar Published on: Tuesday, 24th March 2020 | male icon Author: Bradley Jando

It can be easy to worry about unusual noises coming from your car. Some of these won't be anything to be concerned about. However, if you hear any of the seven noises outlined in this blog, you should get your vehicle checked by a professional as soon as possible.

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What you should do after passing your driving test

calendar Published on: Monday, 17th February 2020 | male icon Author: Kevin Thorpe

Once you've passed your driving test, it can be stressful getting in your own car for the first time. Even after you've passed your test, there's still a lot to learn. Find out more about what you should do after passing your driving test in our latest blog.

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Understanding how your vehicle's brakes work

calendar Published on: Thursday, 30th January 2020 | male icon Author: Kevin Thorpe

Your brakes are one of the most important aspects of vehicle safety. They allow you to slow down, stop and control your vehicle. Find out more about how these systems work in our latest blog.

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Driving home for Christmas: 5 tips for staying safe on the roads this festive period

calendar Published on: Thursday, 12th December 2019 | male icon Author: Kevin Thorpe

There's an increased level of risk when driving in winter. With poor weather conditions and increased traffic on the roads, it's important to take extra precautions when driving. Continue reading to find out more about our top tips to help you drive home for Christmas safely.

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The best road trips from TV and film

calendar Published on: Monday, 7th October 2019 | male icon Author: Kevin Thorpe

Exploring some of the most famous locations from across the world that have featured in TV and film. From Game of Thrones to Harry Potter, we take a look at the filming backdrops from your favourite shows and movies that you can see for yourself.

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