Has My Car’s Handbrake Cable Snapped?

Has My Car's Handbrake Cable Snapped?

A snapped handbrake cable is one of the most common faults on older cars. Unlike most newer cars, which have an electronic parking brake, older cars have a handbrake cable. The handbrake cable runs from the handbrake lever to the back wheels of the car, and is prone to failure. Traditional handbrake cables are usually … Read more

Tips for Maintaining Your Car’s Resale Value

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It is well known that new cars start to lose value as soon as they are driven off the dealer’s forecourt, or indeed while they’re still there. Over the course of ownership, vehicles will lose further value as they age and their condition deteriorates. In this guide, we will share tips on maintaining your car’s … Read more

How to Properly Wash Your Car

As you drive your vehicle its exterior will inevitably get dirty by all the grime and debris the roads throw onto the vehicle. Read our guide to find out all about the best way to wash a car. Why should I wash my car? The main reason to wash a car will ultimately always be … Read more

The Dangers of Driving on Worn Tyres

Tyre tread

Tyres that have excessively worn down can be lethal. It is key therefore that tyres have not worn below the legal limit and are in good condition to ensure your car ‘sticks’ to the road.  Read our guide on worn tyres to find out more about the risks and dangers of driving with them, and … Read more

How To Fix A Frozen Car Window

Frozen Car Window

In frosty weather, any ice that has formed around the window rubbers of one of the windows on the side can freeze it shut. Usually, you won’t even notice the issue as it’s unlikely you will open the window in freezing temperatures. However, it can be an inconvenient issue should you really need to wind … Read more