Cars are expensive and often difficult beasts to run. Like anything using a mix of electronics and mechanical parts; they are very prone to failure. Whether your cambelt snaps or your tyres need to be replaced, you need to be taking the right action. And, sometimes, this work should come before the incident ever occurs. Continue reading
Knowing your car MOT is just around the corner is often a cause for despondency. It can often be an event that leads to expenditure but are you looking at it the right way? Forward planning – that’s the answer. Get it right first time. Courtesy of our friends at Motorparks, below you can read a checklist of how you can help yourself. Continue reading
We used to live in Great Britain. The British Isles. Now we live in a Kingdom of four disunited countries, separated by a common cause. If you want an example see the NHS, which is a supposedly a one-nation organisation, divided. What is good for some is not good for others. Continue reading
OK, so knowing your MOT is due is never normally a reason for being happy. It can often be an event that leads to expenditure and no car owner enjoys that with the exception of people who modify and use their car as a hobby. However, rather than being something you dread the MOT should be something you value and although you might not actually look forward to it, having a fresh MOT should be something to celebrate and be pleased with. Continue reading
These helpful tips provided by Motorparks – who know a thing or two about car maintenance – will give drivers a very good chance of getting their cars successfully through a MOT test on the first time of asking.
Fortunately, the Chancellor has spared us from motoring tax rises this time but such advice is sure to be welcomed for motorists who are looking to save money where they can. It just makes sense: Continue reading
Britain’s motorists are a put-upon bunch. A day doesn’t seem to go by without some new piece of malevolent legislation designed to create so much monetary, motoring misery that drivers will eventually give up their car and say, “Do you know what, I think I’ll take public transport instead”. Which is, of course, exactly what THEY want. Continue reading