Theres nothing worse than finding your favourite CD is stuck inside your stereo. Whether it’s a loved one shoving in another CD without taking out the other one, or a malfunction with the stereo system itself, it can be frustrating losing that cherished CD. Well fear not, we’re here to advise on how to remove a CD stuck in your car CD player. Please note some of these tips can damage either your CD or the car stereo itself, so proceed with caution. We cannot be held responsible for any damage you cause to your stereo or yourself. With the safety briefing out of the way, here are our top tips for removing that stuck CD.
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Pets are big business in the UK and occasionally, being family members too, we like to take our beloved dogs in the car for a journey or even a holiday away. It may be funny to watch a dog sticking it’s head out of a car window or rolling around in the back of a car but keeping them safe is most important. Here’s our top tips for driving with a dog in your car.
Exhausts are a vital part to maintaining your car’s efficiency and emissions. Being on the underside of the vehicle it can easily be ignored and neglected until it’s too late and fallen off on a major road, sometimes even causing an accident when other vehicles swerve to avoid the debris left. So this article will help explain the telltale signs that your exhaust is on it’s way out or not fixed correctly before it’s too late.
When you’re trying to save money on car valeting you’re going to try doing it yourself. Cleaning your car interior doesn’t have to be a big chore though. We’ve come up with some great tips on making cleaning the inside of your car a breeze, as well as recommendations on what to avoid when cleaning car interiors. Read more!
Having a car accident can be a traumatic experience for the driver and passengers even if it’s just a minor car accident. Shunting the car in front by failing to brake in time, or pulling out of a junction and not seeing a car round a blind corner can all cause these types of minor car incidents. Fear not though, in this article we’ll point out what to do next once you’ve been in a minor scrape on UK roads and when there are no injuries to any parties involved.