Having a basic toolkit in the boot of your car is a good habit to keep. You never know when it’s going to come in handy. When it comes to more complex jobs on your car, most of these tools will be too bulky to keep in the car. We thought that we’d put together a list of tools you need for basic car maintenance and give you our top tips on how to purchase them.
Articles on Car Maintenance and Industry News
Providing the latest car maintenance tips and tricks to keep your car running smoothly, as well as car industry news articles.
Find out why your car’s service history is important in this article and discover ways to recover it if you’ve lost your service log book.
Paper, it’s so 1990s. When it comes to cars we’ve got almost every electronic gadget you can think of. Bluetooth, handsfree speakers, integrated sat nav, you name it. However, that little book kept hidden in your glove compartment is a wealth of information on your car’s history and could be they key to extra cash if looked after. Here’s why it’s important to keep it safe and up-to-date. Read more!
We’re all busy these days and the last thing on your mind would be to update your UK driving licence with the DVLA. But forgetting to do so could land you with a major fine. We’ll quickly run through the main reasons why you may need to update your driving licence and avoid a £1,000 fine in the future.
You may have heard in the UK news over the last fortnight the government’s decision to ban the sales of new diesel and petrol cars by the year 2040 and wondered what it really means. We’ll have a look at the facts and the predictions for the future of car driving by the time we reach 2040. Read more!
Finding dents and scratches on your car is an owners worst nightmare. Most of us have probably witnessed the signs of this damage after leaving our vehicle parked in a shopping centre. Whether you cherish your car or use it simply for convenience, even the smallest of scratches or dents can leave you reeling. We thought we’d write an article on the best options for repairing car dents and scratches. However, remember that if you’re not comfortable with car repairs then a DIY solution may not be suitable for you. Also, if the damage is substantial, then DIY repair may not be possible without extra investment, so you may be better to save time and money by calling a garage repair shop to carry out the work.