We all know that feeling of dread when your MOT date comes rolling around again, hoping that it will pass with flying colours and you can avoid forking out money you can’t really afford. Click the yellow dots to find out how you can significantly reduce your chances of an MOT fail, saving you time and money in the long run.
These days, very few of us would be able to get around without a car. Public transport is an option, but one that most people would prefer to avoid. It is because of this that it is so important that you ensure that your car is running efficiently, and more importantly, safely. With this in mind, here are 5 warning signs that there is a problem with your engine. Continue reading
All cars need to be maintained in order to ensure they stay in good working order. With German-made vehicles, this is no different. Whether you have, or haven’t, had a cambelt changed recently, it is worth asking one of our fully qualified mechanics to take a look under the bonnet. Continue reading
Whether it’s the MOT on your first car, or your tenth on your pride and joy, most people get nervous as the time approaches for an annual car’s health check. If you’re worried about forgetting something you’re supposed to take with you or just want to know a bit more about what to expect, read the following Frequently Asked Questions on your upcoming MOT. Continue reading
Is it that time of year again? Your MOT is looming and you can’t put it off any longer! Many people worry about the expense of their MOT and what the garage may find! Nevertheless an MOT is a vital part of car maintenance, it’s not only a legal requirement – it ensures your car is safe to be on the road. If you’re worried about your MOT there is a few simple checks you can carry out before you take it into the garage: Continue reading
The winter can make driving hazardous as well as putting a real strain on your car so it’s important to make sure its prepared for winter to avoid any breakdowns. Here are some top tips to ensure your car will get you safely through the winter months: Continue reading