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Why you should never buy part worn tyres

If you’re anything like me, you’ll despise buying new tyres. It’s an expensive and often time consuming process. It’s bad enough forking over all that cash, but the inevitable lengthy wait in a freezing waiting room with nothing but a

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Brake survey confirms speeding and tailgating rife on UK roads

Another week and yet other shock survey confirming what the majority of UK motorists already know… people drive too fast and too close. The survey by the road safety charity Brake revealed that from 1000 drivers surveyed, 57 percent admit to risky

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Be prepared for the worst this winter with our top tips

With Winter settling in for the Christmas period, we all need to make sure we are prepared for the weather and road conditions that lie ahead over the winter months. The UK has already seen its fair share of extreme

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Fleets: Speed limiters will save fuel whilst improving safety

  It should be common knowledge to drivers that the faster you go, the more you spend in fuel. It’s something that has recently struck a chord with drivers especially in hard times like this where motorists are struggling to cover living costs let alone

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1 in 5 “new” cars fail their first MOT, time for a change to the rules?

Analysis of 24.5 million MoT records obtained by “honest john” has shown that 1 in 5 cars fail their first MOT, with French cars leading the field as the worst offenders. As you know, when cars reach the ripe old age of

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