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What Is E10 Petrol and What Does It Mean for UK Drivers?

Bradley Jando | Tuesday 17th August 2021 11:59am

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In September 2021 standard petrol in the UK is changing to E10. Read on to see what this means for drivers, and to check your cars compatibility;

Regenerative Braking - What is it and How Does it Work?

Bradley Jando | Tuesday 17th August 2021 2:25pm

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As electric car usage increases the amount of vehicles using regenerative braking continues to grow, but just how does it work?

How do tyre pressure sensors work?

Bradley Jando | Monday 16th August 2021 3:17pm

tyre pressure sensor connected to valve

You may have noticed a low tyre pressure alert in your car, but what should you do and how do these sensors work?

How Much Does an Air Con Regas Cost?

Bradley Jando | Friday 13th August 2021 3:57pm

Air Conditioning In Car

Is your air conditioning letting you down? It might be time for a regas. But how much does it cost to get your air con refilled? Find out in our blog.

The Most Common Reasons Cars Break Down

Bradley Jando | Wednesday 11th August 2021 1:05pm

Broken down car at the side of a road

What do people think are the most common reasons for breakdown? And why do cars actually break down? Our survey finds out.




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