Why get your car serviced regularly!

28th January 2016
Car being serviced

Getting your car serviced regularly is an essential part of being a responsible driver. Ensuring that your car meets road safety standards is but only one of the benefits of regular servicing. Most of the other benefits are personal and can mean that you save money as well as prolong the life and efficiency of your vehicle. Continue reading

Why Hire an Audi Specialist?

20th January 2016
Audi car

Getting your Audi serviced at a specialist has many advantages. An independent Audi specialist will have high quality training and authorised equipment to ensure you quality and specialised services. Continue reading

5 Reasons why you should hire a VW specialist

13th January 2016
Volkswagen car needing repairs

Since Volkswagen’s are costly vehicles, it makes perfect sense to get them repaired and serviced by a Volkswagen specialist. There are many advantages to this. Here are 4 reasons why you need to get a VW specialist to service and repair your vehicle. Continue reading

Why it is important to have the best tyres over winter

23rd December 2015
Tyres for winter

Depending on where you are in the world, having the right tyres on your car and with good tread is a legal requirement, with some countries requiring you to switch between tyres for the summer and winter. If you live in mainland Europe for example, you are required by law to have two sets of tyres – one for each season. Continue reading

How To Get Your Vehicle Ready For Winter

24th November 2015
Car at mechanics being repaired

Getting your car ready for winter means more than filling up the gas tank and giving it a quick once over inspection. A car is an essential household item and needs to be looked after and checked it is running well, especially in winter. Continue reading

Tax Disc Controversy

8th October 2015
Tax Disc controversy

The major overhaul of the tax disc system has left loopholes for criminals to take advantage of the system and created problems for drivers that are not clearly set out in the new rules.

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