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Should I buy Winter Tyres?

Winter tyres have seen a huge increase in demand over the last few years, and for good reason; increased grip and reduced stopping distance can save lives.

6 Steps to get your Car Ready for Winter

As the weather starts to get colder, nights get longer and overall conditions start worsen, it is time to start thinking about preparing your car for the worst of winter. It is really important to keep up regular maintenance of your car during these cold months

The Top Rated Car Tyre Brands

We believe it is important to make sure you get the right tyre specifically for you and your car, so we are more than happy to help you decide and can even fit your car with tyres from the extensive range of brands we have in stock

Car Air conditioning - Why you need to recharge

If you start noticing that your air conditioning isn’t reaching a cool enough temperature, if it is taking too long to start generating cool air,  then have it inspected. 

The top 10 reasons why cars fail an MOT, and how to avoid failing

According to the DVSA, “Nearly 50% of all faults found on MOTs could be avoided by carrying out regular, simple maintenance, like replacing bulbs, wipers and tyres.” 

The Advantages of Getting your Car Serviced at a Local Garage Rather than a Car Dealership

Due to “The Competition and Consumer Act 2010” car servicing is no-longer restricted to be done by a particular dealer or group of dealers as part of the car warranty conditions. It is therefore the decision of the consumer, and the consumer alone, where they get their car serviced.

How to Check your Car Tyres

Many people overlook the importance of frequently checking their tyres, however this is one of the most critical aspects of vehicle road safety. 

Guide to the Requirement of MOTs

It is a serious offence to drive a vehicle that is not MOT tested and can result in grave consequences. If your MOT is out of date a fine of up to £1,000 could be levied, and if you’re involved in a crash your insurance cover would become invalid