Becky Taylor | Wednesday 15th January 2020 4:01pm
It can be easy to take your car battery for granted. However, the battery is essential in ensuring that your vehicle starts properly. Faulty batteries are one of the most common reasons for breakdown calls made by motorists in the UK.
Kevin Thorpe | Thursday 19th December 2019 9:32am
Looking after your car is important in ensuring that it is performing safely and efficiently. In our latest blog, we take a look at some basic car maintenance jobs that you can complete yourself.
Kevin Thorpe | Friday 13th December 2019 9:48am
The EU tyre label helps to give motorists the information they need when they are choosing which tyres to purchase. Introduced in 2013, the EU tyre label highlights the fuel efficiency, wet grip and exterior noise of each tyre, The agreed changes to EU tyre labeling coming into force in May 2021 will give buyers even greater clarity when comparing the performance of different tyres.
Rebecca Taylor | Thursday 12th December 2019 12:13pm
Winter can really take its toll on vehicles. From faulty electrics to cracked windscreen wipers, you might experience a whole range of problems behind the wheel when colder weather sets in. According to recovery service provider Green Flag, the final week of December is the time of year when drivers are most likely to suffer a breakdown.
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.
Thursday 14th November 2019
If your car has missing service history, there may be some ways you can find out the work that has been completed on it. We explain how.
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!