It’s always daunting buying a used car for the first time. Whether you’re concerned with it’s mileage, how well it’s been cared for, or simply whether the seller is trustworthy, we thought it would be beneficial to our readers to produce a guide on buying a used car.
“Are dash cams worth it?” we hear you cry! With technology becoming more prevalent in your car these days, having a dash cam is now relatively inexpensive. Perhaps you’re considering a dash cam yourself and trying to justify the cost, or just have a curiosity about what it can do? Have a read through this article and decide for yourself whether a dash cam is suitable for your needs. Read more!
From the 20th May 2018, new MOT rules will apply. From now on there will be stricter rules on diesel emissions as well as additional defect categories which could see your vehicle fail it’s MOT. Read our article to find out more on what is being changed. Read more!
Ever wondered how to jump start a car with leads? Well, we’ll walk you through the process in 10 easy steps if you’re having difficulty getting your car started.
If you’ve bought a new VW in the last few years, you may have been offered several plans to help service and maintain your vehicle. You may be wondering the differences between the plans and whether they are actually good value for money? We’ll look at the terminology and the facts behind the Service Plan vs Maintenance Plan.
Despite many manufacturers providing a rust guarantee on your car, over the years the weather can take it’s toll on your car’s metallic elements. We thought we’d provide 5 easy places to check your car for signs of rust.
It’s hard saying goodbye to your beloved car and even more so when it’s at the end of it’s life. That’s why we’ve put together an article on how to scrap your car and the various options you have available to you.
With this period of cold weather in the South West of England, many of us will be waking to snow on our cars in Bath. If you’re in a rush, or just want to get the snow clearing job done fast, don’t think it’s enough to just simply brush off the snow from your car’s windows. It’s actually advised to remove all of the heavy snow from your car, otherwise you could be fined. Here’s the reasons why…
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.
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!