Car Servicing

Tips on how to charge a car battery and finding the right car battery charger 0

Changing you car battery is simple enough, but before you remove and discard the old one, make sure you actually need a new battery first. It could be your old one still has a bit of life left in it, but just needs a charger… It’s true that car batteries don’t last forever, especially with(…)

A look back at the Clio Mk1 (1991 – 1998) 0

When it was first launched at the Paris Motor Show back in 1990, the Renault Clio had big shoes to fill. Touted as the replacement for the Renault 5, which after a long successful life was finally being put out to pasture; its reputation as a national treasure secured (In fact – the Renault 5(…)

Meet the Servicing Stop network – An interview with Eddie of Swanley Garage Services 0

Servicing Stop is the UK’s largest online car servicing booker. Every day thousands of customers use Servicing Stop to book their vehicle services or MOTs. So far, over 1,500 independent garages have signed up to the Servicing Stop network – sharing £50 million between them. Swanley Garage Services signed up around seven months ago. We(…)

2017’s most hotly anticipated cars #10 – The New Alpine 0

February is almost upon us, so our look ahead to some of the year’s most eagerly anticipated new offering needs to not drag its heels or run the risk of sounding dated. Picking up the pace where we left off, is a vehicle that’s been long in the offing, and 2017 is the year it(…)

2017’s most hotly anticipated cars #09 – The Lamborghini Huracan Performante 0

Last time out on our look ahead to the year’s most excitedly awaited cars we got all hot and bothered about the new Alpine – soon to be released by Renault. Shifting our focus across Europe to the right and down a bit, to Italy’s green and pleasant lands, we check out the next release(…)

Driving tips for the Christmas holidays 0

For the majority of us, the chances of a white Christmas are negligible. But even so, this time of year does throw up plenty of challenging driving conditions so it’s not a bad idea to be prepared for the worst the heavens can throw at you, even if it not necessarily likely to be snow.(…)

A look back at the most smokin’ muscle car 0

Seeing as it’s nearly Bonfire Night, we thought we’d take a look back at the most smokin’ of all the muscle cars (arguably). 1964 Pontiac GTO The 1960’s was the decade that really saw the true dawning of the Muscle Car era and the Pontiac GTO is widely acknowledged as the car that kicked it(…)

What are the Liverpool players driving? 0

To demonstrate Servicing Stop’s complete and total impartiality with regards to tonight’s game; we’re now going to focus on the Liverpool players and the cars that they drive. Like most leading Premiership clubs, Liverpool has seen its fair share of swanky motors pass through the gates of Liverpool’s training complex at Melwood. Here’s a few(…)

What are the Man United players driving? 0

It’s well documented how much money footballers make, and if you’ve got to the stage of your career where you’re playing for Manchester United – long established as one of the world’s top three richest football clubs – you’ve probably got more than most of your contemporaries. So, when you can afford to buy any(…)

London: Old cars to face additional £10 ‘pollution charge’ 0

Under new legislation proposed by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, owners of older, more polluting cars could face an additional £10 fee – on top of the existing charge – for entering the congestion zone. City Hall hopes to have the new surcharge up and running by October 2017. The plans were formally released for consultation(…)