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.
Rumours are flying across the internet that VW will be introducing a new electric SUV – likely to be called Volkswagen I.D. Crozz. We look into all the speculation on the new model and details on what to expect to be revealed at the Shanghai Motor Show later this month.
Whether you’re a budding mechanic or just wanting to dabble in a little car maintenance at home, it’s important you are keeping safe when fixing your car. To avoid a trip to A&E or an appearance on You’ve Been Framed, we’ve put together some handy car maintenance safety tips for DIY car maintenance.
It’s getting freezing out there now in the UK and there’s no time like the present to consider preparing your car for winter driving. Whether it’s icy roads or snow drifting in, you always need to keep your car maintained for all eventualities, so we’ve put together a selection of our top tips to ensure that your car remains safe and reliable on the road during these winter months. Read more!
We all hate it when our car breaks down but knowing the most common symptoms should help you prevent a future break down. So here’s our top 5 reasons for car break down.
As the autumn has now settled in for the UK and the temperatures are getting cooler, it’s a good time to think about those basic car maintenance jobs you’ve been putting off. We’ve put together a list of our top tips for maintaining your car in the autumn and keeping you safe during this changing season.
No that’s not a bonfire you’re smelling, it’s some kind of burning smell coming from your car! Don’t panic. In this article we’ll help explain the possible causes of the burning smell inside your car and what you should do next. Read more!
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.
When carrying out any electrical work to your car, it is usually necessary to disconnect the battery first. This brief guide will explain the best way of going about this. Disclaimer – always check your manufacturers handbook for instructions to locate and disconnect the battery as each car differs. Rubber gloves may be handy to prevent and grease, oil or electrical sparks during this exercise. If you’re worried at all about the procedure do not hesitate to contact a car mechanic to help you. Read more!