We’re getting into the height of winter and many of us are already experiencing snowfall across the UK. With snow, comes poor road conditions, and driving habits should be changed with the change of the weather. Below, we’ve shared our 5 top tips for driving in snow.
Is your car starting to cost you more than it’s worth? Or do you just want to treat yourself to a sparkly, new motor? Whatever the reason, upgrading your car is a big decision and there’s lots of things you should consider before investing in a new vehicle. Below, we’ve shared our top car buying tips to ensure you make the right decision.
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Weather can have a massive effect on your driving. As we approach the bad weather of the winter months, our driving needs to be adjusted. Below, we’ve discussed our top winter driving tips to get you prepared.
Prepare Your Car
When you buy a new vehicle, you should always check what the tyre pressure should be. It’s very important for your vehicle safety to ensure your tyre pressure is always correct; it should be checked frequently as, on average, tyre pressure loses around 2 PSI of air every month.
Correct Tyre Pressure
The correct tyre pressure for your vehicle will be highlighted in the manufacturer’s handbook or vehicle manual. Alternatively, you may also be able to find it in the sill of the driver’s door or the inside of your fuel tank flap.
Having to constantly fill your car up with fuel can be frustrating. However, with a few good driving habits you can improve your vehicle’s fuel consumption.
Accelerate and brake carefully.
Accelerating and braking harshly can have a negative impact on your vehicle’s fuel consumption. Take your time when accelerating to go off somewhere and keep a light, steady foot on the accelerator whilst you’re driving. Continue reading