How To Repair Rust Damage On Your Car
How To Repair Rust Damage On Your Car
Wednesday, 16th of April 2014

Try as we might to keep our car's paint work pristine, sometimes it will fade or gets worn off to the point where the underlying metal is exposed; and once exposed it is only a matter of time until rust starts to appear. Rust is the result of a chemical reaction

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Why Car Batteries Die & How To Jump Start A Car In 7 Steps
Why Car Batteries Die & How To Jump Start A Car In 7 Steps
Wednesday, 19th of March 2014

Anyone who drives would be wise to gain even a small understanding of how their vehicle works and how to combat some of the more common automobile ailments. Like any machine, a car is made up of moving parts all working in unison to achieve an end. As you

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Launch’s Official 6 Point MOT Checklist
Launch’s Official 6 Point MOT Checklist
Monday, 20th of January 2014

Every year you are legally obliged to put your car through an MOT test to ensure it is still road worthy. For the standard car (8 seats or below) each test will cost you £54.85, and should you fail and have to retake the test you will have to pay the fee

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System Language Settings: What To Do
System Language Settings: What To Do
Thursday, 28th of November 2013

Recently we've heard of several people getting the following message:

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What To Do & Not To Do After A Road Traffic Collision
What To Do & Not To Do After A Road Traffic Collision
Monday, 18th of November 2013

A Road Traffic Collision, also known as a Road Traffic Accident often leaves those involved disorientated, shocked and possibly injured. As a result any number of things can happen and how a person reacts in these sorts of situations can range from the extreme

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Car Maintenance Tips You Can't Live Without
Car Maintenance Tips You Can't Live Without
Wednesday, 16th of October 2013

Most of us out there will only ever look under the bonnet of our cars if and when we suspect something has gone wrong; otherwise we just hop on into the driver seat and pay it no thought. Taking a look at your car’s inner workings regularly can alert

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