Factors to Consider Before Buying Essential Auto Repair Tools

10 July 2018
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It is recommended that you seek professional services for car repairs. However, it is worth noting that some repair works can be done at home with little effort, which requires you to have essential tools for minor DIY auto repairs. However, before you start purchasing auto repair tools from an auto shop, you need to consider a few aspects to help you choose the right vehicle repair tools. Read on to find out more. Read More 

4 Warning Signs You Need to Replace Your Spark Plugs

30 April 2018
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Spark plugs are a fundamental part of your vehicle's ignition system. Just like any other vehicle component, your spark plugs should be in good working condition all the time. Problematic spark plugs will affect your vehicle's engine performance, combustion and fuel economy. Staying ahead of spark plug problems depends on recognising some of the signs or symptoms that they could be failing. If you are new to cars and how they operate, it may be quite difficult to tell that your spark plugs are failing. Read More 

Why You Can Affect Your Annual Service Bill Through Better Driving

20 March 2018
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Modern cars have a very sophisticated braking system, complete with a number of different safeguards that help to ensure that the average motorist is protected. However, the various components of the system are designed to cope with that "average" motorist and the way that they are supposed to drive. Are you average, or are you generating more wear and tear than you need to, due to less-than-stellar driving habits? Making a Difference Read More 

Your Ultimate Guide to Understanding Limited Slip Differentials

21 November 2016
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Without a functional differential, you would experience many problems when navigating corners and bends while driving. You barely notice its importance because it is neatly tucked under the car and does its work quietly unless there is a mechanical glitch. When you are navigating a corner or bend, your car's wheels travel varying distances, which calls for a compensating mechanism that deals with the tension forces caused by the angular navigation. Read More 

Winter Storage Tips For Your Caravan

14 September 2016
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As the summer draws to an end, you may be thinking about caravan storage for the winter.  Here are some tips on how to prepare your van for its annual hibernation. Cleaning It's well-worth cleaning the bodywork of your caravan before you put it into storage.  Pay particular attention to any mould or mildew that could cause permanent staining if left on the van over the winter.  This not only means that your van will be spruced-up and ready to go in the spring, it also gives you a chance to highlight any damage that might have gone unnoticed. Read More