How to Maintain Your Motorhome
If you are racking your brain and trying to remember when you last bought a new battery, you may have a gut feeling that it was far too recently. You’re now in the market to buy a new one, but wonder why the last one should have failed quite so soon. If you want to elongate the life of your new purchase, do you need to change any of your habits or look after it in a certain way? Read More»
When all is well with your car, you should be able to drive it under all circumstances while only exerting a tiny bit of pressure to the steering wheel. You shouldn’t have to hang on until your knuckles are white in order to steer the vehicle in the correct direction. So, if this is exactly what you have to do under certain conditions but not others, what on earth is going wrong and how can you fix this? Read More»
Do you sometimes get that “disconnected” feeling when you’re driving your automobile? You may hear your engine ticking over properly and responding to your instructions when you put your foot on the throttle pedal. However, for some reason this doesn’t appear to be translating into forward motion properly. Could your clutch be on the way out?
Is It Your Fault?
The vehicle clutch is a very hard wearing component, which is meant to last for a reasonable amount of time. Read More»
Power steering fluid is essential, and if your fluid is leaking, your car won’t work as it should. As a driver, it’s important to understand the signs that you have a leak. Here’s what to look for.
1. Difficulty Turning
In many cases, the first sign that you have a leak may be issues with turning. Your car may refuse to respond to the motions of the wheel, and you may have to really crank the wheel to get the vehicle to do anything. Read More»
Moving home, as people often mention, is one of the most stressful things in life. Although the end result is being settled in your new home, the process of getting from A to B is far from straightforward, taking a lot of the fun and excitement out of it all.
Many people choose to hire a removal team to alleviate some of the stress and give them less to worry about, but opting instead to hire a truck and do everything yourself can save some serious cash. Read More»