As people slowly make a return to work, many will find themselves using their cars again every day after months of only using it infrequently. While it may be easy to assume that to an experienced driver, the physical ability to drive comes naturally, confidence and observational skills are just as crucial for road safety.
Throughout the UK lockdown, the majority of households have no longer had to travel into work each day, meaning cars were left idle on driveways, car parks, streets and garages. With the country now in the early stages of returning to normality, drivers across the country are likely to begin using their vehicles more regularly.
It’s January, time for New Year’s resolutions, good intentions and healthier habits. Whilst for many of us this usually involves, drinking less alcohol, eating less sugary foods and trying to do more exercise. However, there are other areas where you can have resolutions – say for example how you look after your car. Not top
Are you taking proper care of your vehicles air conditioning unit? With the hot weather moving in, you are likely to be using your air conditioning more frequently, which is why it’s a good idea to carry out maintenance checks to help improve both the overall efficiency and lifespan of your unit. To help keep
Are you paying huge amounts of money each year on driving? With fuel prices increasing by a staggering £5.44p a litre during April, it is no wonder you are looking for new ways to effectively reduce driving costs and maintain a healthy motoring budget. From purchasing a car that’s right for you, to eco-friendly driving
With the summer holidays quickly approaching, you may already be considering a holiday away with the family in your Motorhome, Caravan or 4×4. Bliss! Before setting off, it is important to check that you have packed all of the necessary essentials and carried out a pre-trip vehicle inspection to rectify any potential issues with your
New rates of Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) will be enforced from April 2019 will see motorists paying more road tax if their vehicle does not meet Real Driving Emissions Step 2 (RDE2), a standard put in place to help reduce the amount of CO2 being emitted from vehicle exhausts. The amount of additional tax motorists
In addition to regular servicing, check-ups and general care, driving behaviours and habits have a big impact on the lifespan of your vehicle and in turn, cost drivers big money in avoidable repair costs. In this blog post, we’ll run through the most common bad driving habits and behaviours that can cause damage and reduce
Damage to vehicles from potholes is a serious and growing issue in the UK. With research revealing over 6.3million drivers had their cars damaged by potholes throughout 2016 at an average cost of £108.60 per incident. Unfortunately, the UK’s roads are not being repaired fast enough, so drivers are at an increasing risk of damage
With the rise of the digital age, people are using search engines and social media more and more, with around 3.5billion searches a day on Google alone. With the vast amount of knowledge available online, people take to Google and other platforms to find answers to their problems – whether it’s health, relationships or car