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Tips for Driving in Heavy Wind and

Driving in heavy wind and rain can be extremely hazardous. Breakdowns and accidents increase during periods of harsh weather because lots of drivers don’t adapt their driving style according to

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How to Store Your Tyres

10 Car Noises and What They Mean

  • How to Prepare Your Car for a Long Journey

    As we move into the warmer months, more people are embarking on family road trips in their cars. It’s the time of year where a few hours of driving becomes
  • Tyres on a storage shelf

    How Are Tyres Made?

    People take tyres for granted. You might think that it’s a silly thing to say, but it’s true! They’re the only thing keeping more than 38 million vehicles on the
  • The automotive landscape is changing – will you own a car in future?

    In 2018, our Government announced a range of milestones it wants to achieve that will effectively result in a ban on vehicles powered by petrol and diesel by the mid
  • rack of new tires

    10 Tyre Features That’ll Influence Your Decision to Buy

    Making a decision when it comes to buying new tyres can often feel as confusing as reading a tyre label. There is a lot to take into account, and for
  • A close-up of a tyre on autumn leaves

    What Are All-Season Tyres?

    If you’re looking for one tyre to rule them all, you may have heard of the all-season option. Billed as a mash-up between winter and summer tyres, the all-season tyre
  • What Are Run Flat Tyres?

    It’s something everybody dreads, being stuck in the rain at the side of the road trying to change a punctured tyre – or waiting for roadside assistance. Run flat tyres
  • The drive to lowering emissions will change motoring forever

    It’s the silent killer, linked – certainly in part – to the top five causes of death in the UK. We’ve all experienced it in one form or another, and,
  • How to Drive Safely During the Rainy Season

    Now that the winter has melted into spring, it means blossoming trees, flowering plants and sudden downpours of rain. That’s right, March, April and May make up the British rainy