The other day the RAC brought in a vehicle that would not start. The customer concerned was very distressed. It was a new (to her) car and it had stalled at a roundabout. Several people had to help her push it into a local service station.
She then had to wait two hours for the RAC who initially thought it was a problem with the ECU (potentially expensive). As it turned out we eventually diagnosed a blocked fuel filter. A problem that… Read more
If you have an accident and phone your insurance company they will often give the impression that you have to use one of their “approved repairers”. This is not the case and very often owners get a poor deal. You should insist on your own repair shop.
“Approved repair shops” sounds as if the insurance company has specially selected that business because of their high quality work. This is not true… Read more
Tyre pressures are critical. Your tyres are the only part of your vehicle in touch with the road. Badly serviced tyres are a major cause of accidents, so it is extremely important to keep them at the right pressure and in good condition.
In this article we explain the importance of ensuring correct tyre pressures, and also how you can go about checking your tyres. Read more