Kwik Fit | Wednesday 24th October 2018 9:15am
Your brakes play a crucial role in keeping drivers safe on the roads as they determine whether your vehicle is able to come to a stop quickly enough in case of an emergency. For this reason, it is important to ensure that they are in good condition. Find out more about how to determine whether your brake pads need changing in our latest blog.
Kwik Fit | Monday 15th October 2018 8:00pm
As autumn is in full swing and winter approaches, it is important to make sure that your car is prepared for the changing weather conditions. Discover more about how to make sure that your tyres will perform well in the colder weather conditions in our latest blog.
Kwik Fit | Wednesday 10th October 2018 9:38am
The longevity of your tyres depends on a number of factors including your driving style, whether you often drive on motorways or in the city and how far you drive. Find out more about how to know when to replace your tyres in our latest blog.
Kwik Fit | Tuesday 2nd October 2018 9:45am
Making sure that your tyres are in good condition is crucial for road safety. According to Department of transport figures, around 1000 accidents per year occur due to tyre related issues. As a result of this, it is important to 'tune into tyre safety'.
Kwik Fit | Monday 1st October 2018 11:40am
The automotive industry is constantly evolving to incorporate new technology. In Sweden, the world's first electrified road has been opened near Stockholm. Electrified roads could have a significant impact on the vehicles we drive and the way we drive them. Continue reading to find out more.
Tuesday 27th November 2018
Your brakes are one of the most important aspects of vehicle safety so it's important to make sure that they're working properly. Continue reading to find out the seven brake issues that can cause danger on the roads.
Wednesday 4th April 2018
Big changes to the MOT test from 20th May 2018 will see a new fault grading system introduced plus tougher regulations from diesel drivers. Find out more about the new Minor, Major and Dangerous MOT categories.