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SERVICING EXPLAINED

Regular servicing is the best way to extend the lifespan of your vehicle. Servicing will help to ensure that your vehicle runs smoothly and more efficiently. Vehicle manufacturers have recommended service intervals and these will depend on time and mileage. For example, a popular family saloon vehicle would need a service every 10,000 miles or every twelve months whichever is Continue Reading...
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Winter is here again – be prepared.

As December creeps up again all too quickly, we all know that winter weather is just around the corner. Driving in the wet and cold can be quite a challenge and it is important to make sure our vehicles are safe and roadworthy and able to handle the worst of winter conditions. Every motorist will want to reduce the risk Continue Reading...
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IS YOUR CAR THREE YEARS OLD IN 2015 ?

MOT tests are legally required on all vehicles that are three years old or older. This means that if you own a ’12’ plate or a ’62’ plate vehicle, an MOT test will be required this year. Check your V5 document to see which month your vehicle was first registered and that will indicate when it becomes three years old. Continue Reading...
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SPRING IS IN THE AIR

Spring is just around the corner and with several Bank Holidays upon us, we may be out and about a little more in our cars. Make sure you have a safe journey, whether it be a holiday or just a day trip. If you are planning a long journey, it is a good idea to have your car serviced a Continue Reading...
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WINTER DRIVING – PREPARE YOU VEHICLE FOR WINTER WEATHER

Keeping your car well maintained is important all year round, but even more so during the winter months. Tyres – Worn tyres will not hold the road in wet or frozen conditions. Tyre pressures should be correct to maximise grip and fuel economy. Lights – All exterior lights should be checked they are working correctly. See and Be Seen. Wiper Continue Reading...
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