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Brake Fluid. Is it really that important that we change it? Well that depends if you fancy wrapping your car round a tree really. It’s alarming the amount of vehicles we have in for service that have defective brake fluid as it’s not been changed in years, or in some cases never at all.
Brake fluid is hygroscopic oil which
Oil is like blood for your engine. It’s the lifeline that keeps everything moving and to all intents and purposes the oil pump is like the human heart, pumping the oil around the engine to keep it alive.
The engine itself is made up of many moving parts and each part needs sufficient lubrication to keep moving. An oil starved
As of 8th June 2015, the counterpart section of the driving license is no longer valid or issued by the DVLA.
From now on all details will be accessible through the DVLA’s new MyLicence online system.
The decision to abolish the counterpart was as a result of the government’s Red Tape Challenge consultation on road transportation. It also aligns to DVLA’s
As more and more consumers across the world become increasingly focused on emissions and general fuel economy in their day to day lives, are manufacturers guilty of manipulating efficiency tests?
In a report by the Transport & Environment campaign group, they have documented certain ‘tricks of the trade’ in which they can exploit loop holes in the assessment process to
Ford will be selling a car that can read road signs and adjust its speed to ensure the vehicle is not driving too fast. The system can be activated via the steering wheel and briefly overridden by pressing on the accelerator. They stated that the technology will help drivers in regards to avoiding fines and accidents.
“There’s a plan for speed restrictions to
As the driving test turns 80 years old, the milestone has been met with calls for reform on the current structure.
The RAC Foundation and the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) in particular have spoken out for a test ‘fit for the 21st century’, which would see an introduction of ‘graduated’ driving licences that would have sanctions for newly qualified