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Category: Servicing

Which Car Brands Have The Lowest Repair Costs?

When we are looking for a good deal on a new vehicle, it should come as no surprise that most motorists simply look for the cheapest upfront costs. While this is a fairly good tactic and will save you some money, it doesn’t take into account regular future costs such as maintenance. Although maintenance costs don’t seem like a great deal at the time, they can certainly mount up after a while, which is why it’s important to always take them into account when purchasing a new vehicle. In this article, the Wyatt Auto Services team will be taking a look…

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What to Look for When Buying a Used Car

A bargain can be had when buying a used car privately but it is ‘buyer beware’ when it comes to checking you have an honest motor. Dealer forecourts will typically hold good quality cars and that assurance comes at a premium. The only way to be sure you are getting good value for money is to learn when a car has been well looked after and when it has seen better days. Odometers It is essential that a car’s claimed mileage is an honest reading. Does the appearance of the car seem consistent with its claimed mileage? The vehicle’s current MOT…

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Treat Your Car to a New Year’s Service!

With another year in the books, there’s no better time than now to take stock and give your car the belated Christmas gift of a thorough servicing. The hectic period has died down, so if you weren’t able to get round to it in during the last couple of months of 2016, you can start 2017 off on the right foot by arranging your first service of the year. Mid-winter check up The winter period takes its toll on us all, and just like how we can be a tad worn down and out of shape come January, your car may…

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Winter Driving Tips

As we move closer and closer towards winter, it becomes more important to keep an eye on your car to see how it is coping with the adverse conditions. Drops in temperature and the presence of ice and snow can have a huge influence on how we drive, so in this article we’re looking at what you can do to ease the pressure of winter driving, making the roads safer for you, your passengers and other road users, too. Battery The last thing you need this winter is finding yourself stranded at the roadside due to a breakdown. One of the…

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How Often Should I Change My Oil?

  Regular maintenance of your vehicle is essential for any vehicle owner, and there are many different parts to keep in mind which will all need looking at from time to time. One of the 15most important parts of your vehicle is the oil. It’s easy to forget about certain parts of your car, but your oil is something you should always be aware of. This month, we’re looking at how often you should change the oil in your car, and what could happen if you neglect it for too long. Importance of oil Your engine needs oil for lubrication so…

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Common Brake Problems and Why They Need Fixing

Brakes are an essential safety system for any vehicle, often making the difference between a collision and a near miss. But your brakes might not always work as you need them to. Running into brake trouble can be scary, especially if you’re unsure of the cause. That’s why, this month, we’re taking a look at the dangers that can occur from the most common brake problems and why they should be fixed as soon as possible.   Spongy or soft brake pedal Your brake pedal should feel firm underfoot, so a soft or ‘spongy’ feeling pedal should be an obvious warning…

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Why Should I Get My Car Serviced?

Making sure that your vehicle is in top condition is an important part of the routine of car ownership. It might feel like a hassle to take it into the garage on a regular basis, and you may find yourself asking the question, “Why should I get my car serviced?” We explain how it can save you money and prevent any dangerous, unwanted accidents. A Service is Different to an MOT First things first, an MOT is not a service. It does not cover the same aspects that a service does. In fact, the two work best in tandem. An MOT…

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