What the Met Office considers to be winter - the three months from December to February - is almost upon us, and the threat of severe cold weather is looming.
Here’s how to get rid of condensation from inside the car
As the temperatures plummet as we enter the coldest part of the year, motorists must factor in extra time to perform their morning routine of de-icing the car.
With winter well on the way, the UK’s motorists are being urged to take care of their vehicles to ensure they are safe while driving on the country’s roads.
Quite apart from the greater risk of vandalism that sometimes occurs on October 31st, winter weather can both create problems and make existing issues worse.
Here is the evolution of the windscreen, from what was seen as a luxurious extra to the early motor car to an essential piece of equipment that has saved countless lives on the road.
A recent survey by Uswitch revealed the five most-searched-for motoring issues in the UK.
Typically thieves will target empty vehicles at quiet times of day or night. Here are some tips to reduce the chances of a break-in.
The windscreen is also important to the integral structure of the vehicle, and if it is damaged, it could compromise the safety of you and your passenger
Here are some potential hazards which most commonly lead to cracked windscreens, and what you can do to avoid them.
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