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How To Check Your Oil Level

How To Check Your Oil Level

Posted by Paul Carpenter on 28/05/2013

An engine without oil will simply not work. In fact, run your engine for only a few minutes without oil can cause catastrophic damage to your engine. Firstly – locate your dipstick. It is ...

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MOT tests: Simple checks to help you pass

MOT tests: Simple checks to help you pass

Posted by Leana Kell on 26/02/2013

Taking your car for its MOT test needn’t be a stressful ordeal, in fact, as long as you look after your car and get it regularly serviced, you should not incur too many unforeseen problems. There ...

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A guide to servicing and repairs

A guide to servicing and repairs

Posted by Leana Kell on 12/02/2013

Buying a new car is an exciting experience – you don’t always want to be bothered with all the issues which come afterwards. But, among all the excitement, it’s well worth taking the time to ...

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A guide to MOTs

A guide to MOTs

Posted by Leana Kell on 11/02/2013

If you are considering taking your car for an MOT, the Trusted Dealers can help. In fact, franchised dealers only employ experienced, qualified vehicle technicians to carry out servicing of any kind ...

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Car servicing for women

Car servicing for women

Posted by Leana Kell on 30/01/2013

A recent survey has revealed that women are phenomenally bad at performing any type of car maintenance – this might stem from a lack of interest in all things mechanical, or indeed a lack of ...

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How to correctly de-ice your windscreen

How to correctly de-ice your windscreen

Posted by Leana Kell on 12/12/2012

A recent report from Telegraph.co.uk has revealed that people will use just about anything in order to clean their icy windscreens. Some of the most common household implements used by motorists to ...

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Feeling the pinch? Follow our top tips to save money on car insurance

Feeling the pinch? Follow our top tips to save money on car insurance

Posted by Leana Kell on 16/11/2012

As the recession continues, motorists are one of the groups hardest hit. The cost of fuel is considerably higher than what it was five years ago, but even more worrying is the escalating cost of car ...

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Check your tyres this month

Check your tyres this month

Posted by Leana Kell on 11/10/2012

This month is tyre safety month and with the winter months approaching, it is well worth giving your tyres a thorough check to ensure you are prepared for the cold weather. Tyre safety month has been ...

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What’s the deal with dog harnesses/seatbelts?

What’s the deal with dog harnesses/seatbelts?

Posted by Paul Carpenter on 23/08/2012

Jane emails us to ask: “What’s the deal with dog harnesses/seatbelts?” Well Jane, I got this from the ‘wasted lives’ campaign site: “In a crash at 30mph, if you are ...

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My daughter’s going to university – what type of car should I buy for her?

My daughter’s going to university – what type of car should I buy for her?

Posted by Paul Carpenter on 20/08/2012

A cheap to tax, cheap to insure, small car with a good NCAP rating has to be the order of the day here. The Audi A1 and Chevrolet Aveo are at opposite ends of the spectrum in price, but both have 5 ...

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