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Top 5 tips to check your car over before Winter

Top 5 tips to check your car over before Winter

The winter is coming and it’s high time to start preparations for it. We are naturally warming our bodies and houses but we need to take care of our cars. No one likes to drive in the winter because of the slippery roads, poor visibility, skiddings and other not very pleasant circumstances which makes the driving process less enjoying. Incidents on winter roads usually result in more serious consequences than during all other seasons, so let’s start “winterising” our cars now.VIEW the POST

Driving Safety checklist for tyres & road

Driving Safety checklist for tyres & road

Driving safety is crucial as even the slightest ignorance can cause serious road trouble. During a prolonged sunny spell, several aspects of a car’s performance can suffer. You will probably use more motor oil in the summer than in the winter, for example. In addition, the car battery may suffer if you use the air-conditioning for longer periods than you would at other times of the year. VIEW the POST

Top reasons why you should look after your car in Summer

Just because it is not raining, icy or snowing during the Summer months, your car still needs as much attention. You will most probably spend more time in the car, going about places and making the most of the beautiful weather. To prevent you being stuck in a hot car, in the hot weather, I have put together this little basic Summer car checklist. 

Do I take responsibility for my vehicle?

Do I take responsibility for my vehicle?

Yes! Especially after the horrible accident last month, I am still trying to get my head around that and one of the big questions I asked myself was what if? What if the tyres had been bald? What if the tyres were cheap and weak? Would they have exploded causing more damage to my car? Would they have made me skid further into the car infront, causing them more damage? Mumsnet recently carried out a survey to find out what us women know about their tyres and Michelin came up with some pretty awesome myth busting facts that may have some answers to my questions. VIEW the POST