Unsafe & Illegal Tyres

Unsafe & Illegal Tyres

The penalty for driving with tyres below the legal tread depth limit is a fine of up to £2,500 and three penalty points for each tyre that falls short of the required standards. Unsafe and illegal tyres are routinely being sold across the UK, according to the shocking...
MOT DUE IN SEPTEMBER

MOT DUE IN SEPTEMBER

Is your car MOT is due in September? Please reserve your slot ASAP so to avoid the stress of not getting your MOT done in good time. In September 2015 New car registrations in the UK reached their highest-ever September total last month, according to figures released...
Why has my air conditioning stopped working?

Why has my air conditioning stopped working?

The reason why your vehicle air conditioning may have stopped working is most likely down to the refrigerant, or gas, found in your air conditioning unit. This is a critical part to the air conditioning system working properly. The refrigerant that flows around the...
New MOT Rules 2018

New MOT Rules 2018

What are the changes to the MOT test? From Sunday, May 20 a diesel loophole will be closed, and cars given defects in three new categories to reveal how dangerous it really is. Testers will grade problems as dangerous, major or minor. Those with just a minor fault may...
New steps to tackle littering announced!

New steps to tackle littering announced!

Maximum litter fines are to ALMOST DOUBLE to £150 from April next year as well as new fines introduced for owners of vehicles from which litter is thrown. In future councils will also be able to impose these fines on the owners of vehicles from which litter is...
New Motoring Laws Introduced in March 2017

New Motoring Laws Introduced in March 2017

From March 1st 2017, 3 new laws have been introduced which every drive should be aware of. Use of mobile phones behind the wheel To clamp down on the huge number of motorists who use a mobile phone while behind the wheel drivers will now receive a minimum of six...
Driving test changes: 4 December 2017

Driving test changes: 4 December 2017

The driving test will change from Monday 4 December 2017 to include following directions from a sat nav and testing different manoeuvres. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has confirmed that the driving test in England, Scotland and Wales will change from...