Kwik Fit | Tuesday 12th March 2019 10:15am
Although part worn tyres are legal and readily available, they can pose safety risks for drivers. As these tyres have already been used, their tread may be lower than they should be. In addition, these tyres can often have defects such as bulges or cuts. Continue reading to find out more about the dangers of part worn tyres.
Kwik Fit | Wednesday 6th February 2019 9:40am
2018 saw innovations in tyre safety and performance as tyre manufacturers invested significant amounts of time and money into tyre innovation. Auto Express' Independent Tyre Testing finds the best winter, summer and all-season tyres of the year according to performance in a range of categories. Find out which tyres took Auto Express' coveted top spot and why they were chosen as the winners.
Kwik Fit | Monday 21st January 2019 3:30pm
If your first MOT since the changes last May is coming up in 2019, make sure that you're aware of the new classification of faults so that your car can pass first time. In this blog, we highlight some of the important changes and how they will affect you.
Kwik Fit | Thursday 3rd January 2019 9:30am
All-season tyres can be a good choice for UK drivers due to the relatively mild year round climate. This can make all season tyres a good choice as they offer a combination of the qualities of summer and winter tyres. Find out more about all-season tyres and whether they might be the right tyres for you.
Kwik Fit | Tuesday 11th December 2018 3:20pm
With the excitement of the festive season, vehicle maintenance is usually not the priority for most motorists. However, with winter driving conditions being potentially challenging, making sure that your tyres are in good condition is more important than ever.
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.