When your MOT is due this can be a stressful time. You’re hopeful that there are no costly repairs that are needed and now with the added complication of being under lockdown we are all asking the question “Can we actually get our vehicles tested? Do we still need to?” What are the guidelines surrounding…

We are officially in autumn now so as the sun sets earlier and rises later we have put together a guide to make sure that all the lights on your car are working correctly. As you are probably already aware, the lights on your car are used for a few different things – making you…

Every day we see more and more people driving their (own) cars whilst wearing face masks or even visors! Which seems so ridiculous by the most part as if there’s no one in the car with you, who are you likely to potentially “infect”. I wonder if these people know that MOTORISTS could risk fines…

Fallen leaves aren’t just a problem on your lawn, hitting a patch of wet leaves on the road can be almost as bad as hitting black ice, so take care on country lanes and keep your speed down when you are forced to drive through them. Safety first Looking after your vehicle and tyres is…

Well firstly, congratulations on passing your exams! Thats a hard feat – now its time for fun! If you’re off to university soon and will be taking a car with you, its really important that you know how to manage/maintain the vehicle. Maintenance and safety Check your oil level. This is the most basic maintenance…

As lockdown has eased and flights have been reduced, a staycation is on the cars for many of Brits this bank holiday weekend! The last bank holiday before Christmas is always a busy one ad with the added pressures recently, if you’re getting away for the long weekend, let’s make sure its a safe one!…

Back in April we told you about the MOT extension scheme that was confirmed by the government that if your car was due an MOT after 30th March 2020 then you were eligible for exemption on this for 6 months. Example: Your vehicle’s MOT was due to expire on 3 April 2020 – This will…

What is an IDP? An IDP is an International Driving Permit is a permit that allows you to drive in countries where a UK licence alone is not sufficient. These countries include the USA, Brazil and Japan, among others. An IDP is now recommended in over 140 countries. The Government has confirmed that if there is no…

The cost of cars has hit an all time high but it seems that many car shoppers are ignoring one of the most important steps of car buying: taking a test drive. With everything accessible online nowadays, we are relying more on product reviews (which can of course be biased) thank actually going and trying…

Getting a good deal on a new or used car can depend on the time of year you buy it. Keeping an eye on the calendar so you can take advantage of seasonal factors affecting the car trade and take advantage of the best month to buy a car is the best thing to do….

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