Kwik Fit | Thursday 5th December 2019 10:40am
Driving in the winter can be particularly tricky especially if the roads are icy. If youíre driving home for Christmas, make sure to prepare your vehicle first. From your tyres to your batteries and electrics, itís important to prepare your vehicle for adverse weather conditions and drive safely during your journey. Considering which tyres to fit to your vehicle is a vital part of driving safely in icy conditions. When selecting tyres, there are lots of factors to take into account. Looking for tyres that are high quality and as environmentally friendly as possible is vital in ensuring driver safety in the colder months.
Kwik Fit | Friday 22nd November 2019 3:59pm
During this Road Safety Week, we are encouraging drivers to make sure their vehicle is safe before driving. Find out more about the simple FLOWER checks you can carry out to make sure that your vehicle is as safe as possible.
Rebecca Taylor | Friday 22nd November 2019 8:20am
Potholes on UK roads can cause problems with your vehicle. If your vehicle does suffer from damage, it's possible to claim to get financial compensation to repair or replace your tyres. Find out more about how to do this in our latest blog.
Kevin Thorpe | Wednesday 20th November 2019 4:30pm
Most journeys that we make in our vehicles are usually straightforward. Usually, your trip will go smoothly with limited drama. However, every time you drive, youíll be faced with potentially dangerous situations that youíll need to react to. Continue reading to find out more about what you can do to stay sage on the roads.
Kwik Fit | Tuesday 19th November 2019 11:00am
Wet weather makes it more difficult for drivers to keep safe on the roads. In this blog, we take a look at our 7 top tips for ensuring that you drive safely in the wet.
Thursday 12th September 2019
Making sure that your tyres are in good condition is vital for driver safety. Continue reading to find out our top tips for looking after your tyres.
Monday 5th August 2019
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!