Most of us have been there before, you take your car in for it’s MOT with your fingers tightly crossed in the hope that it will pass without issue. But research taken out by the DVSA has shown that if owners did regular checks and maintenance on their vehicles then half of faults found during an MOT could be avoided. Continue reading
We’ve all been there; your car starts making a strange noise, handling poorly or perhaps displaying a warning light and that feeling of dread immediately washes over you. Having a breakdown or a fault in your car is never a pleasant experience, but what can be worse is the experience of receiving your repair bill after getting it fixed. Continue reading
There are few vehicles that cut a more iconic figure than the Volkswagen Beetle. A brilliant example of a piece of automotive engineering that has truly stood the test of time, ask almost anyone around the world what a VW Beetle looks like and you’re likely to get a pretty accurate response. What they might not be able to tell you, however, is the fascinating history of the vehicle and its development.
Driverless cars have gone from something we only see on sci-fi films into a potential reality for the near future, we’ve even given driverless cars a name ‘the Autonomous car’. In October 2016 we saw the first driverless car being tested in Milton Keynes! Continue reading
A more technical blog this time, here we look at the role of the diesel filter.
The diesel filter is an integral part of any diesel engine. It is a crucial component in maintaining the engine’s performance. Continue reading
As car owners we all appreciate what is involved with the upkeep and associated costs of running a car. Continue reading
In this modern world, a car is an essential item. People have to commute further distances to work and unless you live in a large city, you will more than likely need a car to do such things as your shopping or trips to see your family. Continue reading
Driving from one place to another in intense heat can be difficult in the middle of summer. You simply cannot relax behind the wheel if your air conditioning unit doesn’t work. Continue reading
The general rule of thumb is that when the average seasonal temperature rises about 7 degrees Celsius, it is time to have your summer tyres fitted. Continue reading