Foster & Heanes is a Checkatrade Approved MOT & Garage in Fleet  Foster & Heanes - Member of Buy with Confidence Scheme

01252 615657

fosterandheanes@gmail.com

 

Main Menu

It’s no fun finding yourself stranded by the side of the road in winter because your car’s broken down.

In this weather, it’s something we’d all rather avoid, so here are some top tips to help you keep your vehicle in good working order over the colder months.

If you’re between 17 to 25 years old, your car insurance is likely to be expensive.

In fact, according to data from the Association of British Insurers (ABI), the average premium for drivers aged between 18 and 20 years is £972.

However, there are a number of ways you can reduce the cost of your insurance, starting by adding a second or third driver.

There’s no doubt that classic cars need that extra bit of tender loving care during the winter.

You may decide to store your classic car over the coming months, or you could choose to keep it running. Whatever your preference, you’ll want to ensure it stays in peak condition during bad weather, so here are a few tips to help you keep your car in the best possible shape this winter.

As winter approaches and the weather changes, there are more potential hazards for motorists such as wetter roads and fallen leaves making surfaces slippery.

It’s always essential to make sure your brakes are in good condition and never more so than at this time of the year. You could experience obvious signs that your brakes need some attention as your brake light may appear on the dashboard, or you feel your car is taking longer to stop than it ought to.

Facebook