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A cluttered car with stained seats, food crumbs, trash and musty odour is hardly an inviting place. With our daily commutes, errands, shopping and those weekly outings, we are spending a lot of time in our vehicles. If we are spending so much time in a small space, it...read more
Fuel is the most obvious running cost of your vehicle. Fuel efficiency may not matter much if your car is used sparingly. But, if you travel a lot, saving fuel will make a significant difference to your wallet. Here are some tried and tested methods to reduce fuel...read more
In the UK, you cannot rule out the possibility of flooded roads at any time of year. Flash floods or persistant rain can cause road flooding. Cars are not designed to go for a swim. So, avoid driving through a flooded section of the road. Besides being dangerous, it...read more
With winter on its way out, the conditions are ripe for pothole formation. Fortunately, most pothole hits don't cause any major damage. That said, a severe impact can result in a trip to the garage. Potholes can’t be wished away, but you can minimise the risk to your...read more
A new car drives like a dream and you can retain that performance for years with regular service. But, as cars get older, components start wearing out, strange symptoms appear and occasional repairs become necessary. If your car appears sluggish or you notice sudden...read more
Headlights are important safety devices. A set of good working headlights is necessary to get a clear view of the road in the dark and be seen by other road users. If you rarely drive at night, you may not appreciate the difficulty of driving with poor headlights....read more
Winter conditions are tough for vehicles and drivers alike. The unpredictable weather, chilling temperatures, fog, snow, icy road conditions and low visibility are bad enough. You don't want to make matters worse with safety issues or an unreliable car. Getting stuck...read more