Preparing Your Car for a Long Road Trip

Preparing Your Car for a Long Road Trip

Thursday, 18th of December 2014

Whether you're heading to warmer climates this Christmas or planning a Winter holiday when the ski slope's at its best, the family car is still the preferred compromise between a comfortable and budget happy  form of transport. Even if the Eurotunnel or ferry

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Top 5 Car Problems That Come With Age

Top 5 Car Problems That Come With Age

Wednesday, 19th of November 2014

As time goes on, cars can often be a constant source of questions. One of the biggest is deciding whether to repair a vehicle that's beginning to show its age, or to go with an all new model. If frequent breakdowns, odd smells and frightened passengers have

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5 Car Problems You Must Know How To Fix Yourself

5 Car Problems You Must Know How To Fix Yourself

Monday, 18th of August 2014

A car is a very complex piece of machinery in which a single damaged or faulty component can cause untold havoc. It is because of the vast number of things that can go wrong with a car, as well as the difficulty that can be had discovering the underlying cause,

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8 Steps On How To Sell Your Car For More

8 Steps On How To Sell Your Car For More

Thursday, 24th of July 2014

It is a well known fact that the very second you drive your new car away from the dealership its value plummets. Within the first year of driving your car, it could depreciate by up to 40%, which will slowly climb upwards toward 60% over the next two years;

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The Pros & Cons Of Hybrid Cars
The Pros & Cons Of Hybrid Cars
Wednesday, 11th of June 2014

Though having only become widely available in the past 10-20 years, hybrid cars have actually been around for quite a while; in fact the first hybrid car, the 'Lohner-Porsche Mixte', was invented in 1896 by a 21 year old Ferdinand Porsche. At the time the

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How Hybrid Cars Work & Why They're Needed
How Hybrid Cars Work & Why They're Needed
Tuesday, 13th of May 2014

For almost a century now we have been using the petrol fuelled internal combustion engine to power our cars and get us from point A to point B. A hundred years is a long time and in that time the engines have only become more powerful and efficient; so while

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