Planning in work on your car

No one likes it when we are all of a sudden hit with a huge expense for our car, and often many things cannot be expected or avoided. This being said there are ways we can try and spread out work to be done on our vehicle to try and avoid having a lot of work required at the point of the MOT. Also, keeping up on maintaining on your vehicle such as servicing, oil changes and whe...
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Getting your car ready for the winter

The cold dark nights have set in and with frost starting to appear, if you haven’t already, then now is the time to get your car winter ready. There are a number of ways in which you can check that your car is ready for the winter and one of the main ones is your tyres. With ice on the roads, tyres need to have excellent grip and a good level of tread left on them. You also nee...
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Renting a sports car

If you want to add a touch of elegance to a business trip or impress your clients, then you may consider renting a sports car. There are many places all over the world that have a large fleet or prestige sports cars that can be rented for a number of days, weeks or even months. Often the rental companies that offer the sports car or luxury car hire, will deliver the vehicle ...
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Shopping around for the best fuel prices

Fuel is a huge expense for motorists and if you are not careful you can easily start paying over the odds by not checking what you are paying per litre. Prices can increase and decrease literally over night and often by a few pence a litre or so, when filling up a tank this can quickly start to add up. Diesel is often more expensive than petrol to buy, but occasionally you may ...
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Looking after your handbrake

Your handbrake is a vital component of your vehicle, and yet many of us don’t think about it much until it goes wrong. The handbrake is checked as part of the MOT that needs to be carried out every year on vehicles over 3 years old. Although this is checked annually it can go wrong at any time and it is surprisingly easy to test yourself. When pulling the handbrake up it sho...
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