Sometimes you might find your car doesn’t need to be used as much, or you have a classic car which isn’t used during winter months. Find out what happens if your car is left standing in this article and what to check when you need to use your car again.
With the recent cold snap of weather it’s likely you’ve experienced ice or even snow present on your vehicle. It’s sensible to avoid driving with ice on your windscreen as safety is paramount when it comes to driving. Poor visibility when driving can be deemed by the Police as Dangerous Driving with fines and possible jail sentences involved. Here are our top tips on how to avoid ice build up and removing it effectively.
For many drivers, car garage jargon can be quite confusing if they’re not acquainted with the latest acronyms and technical language regarding their car. Many drivers will also be afraid to ask “what does that mean?”, meaning they won’t understand what they’re being told and sometimes leads to them losing trust in their mechanic. In this brief article, we’ll attempt to educate you on the most common jargon surrounding car repairs.
During the Coronavirus outbreak and lockdown in the UK, we’ve been known to use our cars less as we stay at home more often. However, it’s important during this time to keep maintaining your vehicle so it’s ready when need to use it. Despite our cars nowadays being so technologically advanced, you may think it’s odd that the battery on your car could cause issues. Almost a third of breakdowns on the road are due to flat batteries or battery related complications. Therefore it’s sensible to keep checking and maintaining your car battery. In this article we address how to prevent a flat car battery when our cars are sat for longer periods on our driveways without use.
The words ’emergency car repair’ is never something your wallet wants to hear even at the best of times. However there are plans to cover the emergency car repair costs. In this article we’ll go through the options available to limit the impact of these emergency repair costs on your bank balance.
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.
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.