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What is Engine Braking?

Bradley Jando | Friday 25th June 2021 10:26am

Cross Section of an Engine and it's Component

Engine braking can be a safe way to slow your car down gradually, but how does it work? Find out the pros, cons, and how-tos of engine braking.

Do you know what your exhaust does?

Bradley Jando | Wednesday 23rd June 2021 4:17pm

Underneath if a car showing the exhaust

Your car exhaust system is a crucial part of your vehicle, but many drivers don't actually know the job it does. Kwik Fit offers an explanation in this article:

What can cause excessive or uneven tyre wear?

Bradley Jando | Monday 21st June 2021 11:28am

car driving on sunny road

Have you found that your tyres are wearing more quickly than they should, or in strange places? Click to find out what it means and how to fix the problem!

How Long Do Brake Pads Last?

Bradley Jando | Friday 18th June 2021 10:26am

Technician wearing gloves fitting a new brake pad

While most manufacturers say they can last between 30,000 and 70,000 miles, the longevity of your brake pads depends on a number of different factors.

What's the difference between summer and winter tyres?

Bradley Jando | Thursday 17th June 2021 11:00am

Continental tyre on wet and snowy road

Discover all you need to know about winter tyres and summer tyres, how they differ, and why itís a good idea to switch to winter tyres when temperatures fall.




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