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Tyre problems for any road user are no laughing matter. Damage to your tyres not only reduces the performance and efficiency of your car, but it can pose a serious risk to your safety and that of other road users.
Tyres are some of the most common car parts that encounter wear and tear. This is because they are in constant contact with the road surface. Subsequently, tyres will often need periodic attention to prevent permanent tyre damage and having to fork out on unnecessary replacements.
Forget Christmas wrapping, what about Christmas scrapping?
Is the festive season a good time to scrap your car? If you need some extra cash for the most expensive time of the year, selling your old banger for scrap could be the sleigh to go …
It was once predicted by the government that there could be 1.5 million hydrogen-powered cars in the UK by 2030. That is unlikely to happen now, but electric cars that run on hydrogen are a viable alternative to battery powered electric vehicles (BEVs) and may also be a greener option too.
With the sale of new petrol and diesel cars banned after 2035, EVs that run on lithium ion batteries are not the only choice for zero emission driving. In this guide we look at how a hydrogen-powered car works, what refuelling is like and what the future might hold for hydrogen-powered cars.
Yes, you can sell a car without a log book, or V5C document. But it will be harder to do so without proof of ownership, and you might have to lower the price. It is easy to apply for a replacement log book, and reassure anyone buying the car that you are the registered owner.
If you are planning on selling your car, but you’ve realised you don’t have your log book, you might be concerned that it’s not possible to transfer ownership of your vehicle without it.
Even if they’re well taken care of, car batteries don’t last forever. The typical lifespan of a car battery is between three and five years before it needs replacing. If you notice your headlights dimming or your car has run out of energy, the likelihood is that it needs a new battery. Fortunately, this is something which you can tackle at home with a few tools and without too much difficulty.
Car batteries can go flat for several reasons, including:
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- How tyre damage can hinder performance
- Thinking about scrapping a car this Christmas?
- Hydrogen Powered Cars in the UK
- Can I sell my car without the log book?
- Basic Car Maintenance: How to change your car battery yourself
- The growing interest in eco-friendly cars
- How to change windscreen wiper blades
- The best small cars to buy second-hand
- How to change a tyre
- Is it time to sell my Mini?
- Are you looking to buy a used electric car?
- How to find Ford car parts
- The benefits to owning used winter tyres
- Are used car prices in the UK fair?
- What is the most economical car I can buy?