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6 steps to prepare your car for winter

calendar Published on: Monday, 11th November 2019 | female icon Author: Rebecca Taylor

Winter conditions mean that your vehicle is more susceptible to breakdowns and mechanical faults. With temperatures dropping, there are many issues that can have a negative impact on your vehicle's performance. Continue reading to find out how you can prepare your car for winter.

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Could your footwear get you in touble behind the wheel?

calendar Published on: Friday, 7th June 2019 | male icon Author: Kevin Thorpe

As summer approaches, many of us will be wearing flip flops or sandals. However, an impractical choice of shoe can put you and other drivers at risk. Continue reading to find out our top tips for ensuring that your choice of footwear is safe for the summer months.

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The driving habits that are hurting your car

calendar Published on: Thursday, 30th May 2019 | female icon Author: Becky Taylor

Although we all try to take care of our cars in the best way possible, it is easy to get into bad habits which hurt your car. Find out which habits to avoid to get the most out of your car in our latest blog post.

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How Long Should Car Tyres Last?

calendar Published on: Thursday, 25th April 2019 | female icon Author: Rebecca Taylor

Your tyres are one of the most important aspects of the car for vehicle safety as they are the point of contact with the road. They can be expensive to replace so it's important to make sure that you take care of your tyres. However, no matter how well you look after them, they will need replacing at some point. Find out how long should tyres last and how you can tell when they need replacing in our latest blog.

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Warning signs your car exhaust needs replacing

calendar Published on: Wednesday, 3rd April 2019 | female icon Author: Aminta Gagnon

If your exhaust isn't well maintained it can lead to serious issues with your vehicle. Continue reading to find out more about how you can look after your exhaust plus symptoms to look out for such as blowing, rattling, rust and loose exhaust fittings.

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