With some wonderful sunshine at the moment in the UK, most of us will be enjoying the glorious sunny weather. However when the sun is lower in the sky it can be difficult to see the road and other vehicles, or even hazards. Here’s our top tips for driving in the sun and staying safe.
Despite the unusually warm weather for Halloween this year, it’s a good time to get your car ready for the winter now before it gets too cold. With Christmas coming up and the busy rush on the roads getting to see relatives at Christmas time, you’ll want your car to be well prepared for slippery icy roads, heavy rain and snowfall. This brief article will help you check your car’s vital signs for Winter in an update to our original article last year.
It’s getting close to that time of year again when the nights are darker and the weather is colder. Therefore, it’s best to get yourself prepared for all eventualities so you’re not left out in the cold should something with your vehicle go wrong. Here are our top tips on keeping your car running during the winter months. Read more!
Topping up your windscreen washer fluid is one of the most frequent car maintenance jobs you will carry out. This guide will show you how to quickly locate the windscreen wash filler tank and easily top-up the wash fluid*. Some cars have warning lights that appear on your dashboard to inform you of a low windscreen wash level but these aren’t always fail-safe. Despite this job being so easy to carry out, many car owners forget or ignore the warnings which could lead to hazardous driving if you can’t clean your windscreen properly. In fact, if you don’t have enough wash fluid when your car gets it’s MOT it could fail, although it’s very quick to rectify. Read more!