General Knowledge

The Crash-for Cash-dilemma 0

We’ve all heard of the cash-for-crash insurance fraud epidemic sweeping the nation. Innocent drivers everywhere are falling victim to these fraudsters! Is there anything you can do to protect yourself? The problem It will not come as a surprise to you that there is a nationwide clampdown on crash-for-cash scammers. In one of most high(…)

How to prevent MOT failures in just a few minutes

How to prevent MOT failures in just a few minutes 1

  Ensure your car passes it’s MOT Test by just taking a couple of minutes to go through our 10 checks. Our pointers will help you save time and money by ensuring that your vehicle’s MOT test does not fail needlessly. 1.    Lights It is estimated that 20% of MOT failures are due to lights(…)

New MOT checks 0

As of today 20 new checks will be required for all MOT tests. The EU has devised the new tests to bring about the same technical standards in the UK as that throughout Europe. Warning lights can now not be ignored, they have now become part of the MOT. Vehicle’s have become more sophisticated with(…)

4 Monthly Tasks to Keep Your Car in Good Condition 0

Each car has to be regularly and properly maintained in order for it to serve the owner as longer and as well as possible. It’s normal for some defects to come up every now and then, and then you have to take it to a repair shop or fix it yourself if it is a(…)

The new Jaguar F-Type revealed 1

Jaguar has released official images of their new F-Type sports car. The release of such images may have been provoked by leaks on an American Facebook Page. Nevertheless the car looks fantastic. The car will be displayed at the Paris Motor Show, due to begin next week. When looking at the vehicle, the car has(…)

Ferrari to go hybrid 0

Ferrari has made a sensational announcement that they are set to include a hybrid engine in the upcoming Ferrari Enzo. Ferrari revealed more details of their plans at the 2012 Beijing Motor Show earlier this year. Ferrari is no different… It is not just the likes of Ford, Volkswagen and Nissan who have to cut(…)

Can the 208 GTi help revive Peugeot 0

The Peugeot 208 GTi and the Peugeot XY have been revealed ahead of the Paris Motor Show later this month. Being French, both cars are expected to make a great impact at the highly anticipated event. Perhaps the event will help the brand revive itself after a couple of horrible years in terms of sales.(…)

Toyota hope to double business in Brazil 0

Toyota has revealed that they hope to increase their business in Brazil by more than double. They now have three plants open in Brazil and are hoping to open a fourth in the near future. That plant is expected to be purely dedicated to engine manufacturing. Toyota is currently the world’s third largest car maker.(…)

Will Jaguar Land Rover produce cars in the Middle East? 1

Jaguar Land Rover has been pondering on the idea of whether to begin car production in the Middle East. Autocar India has reported that the Indian owned British brand could switch their production location. That could mean your next Jaguar will come from India. Ratan Tata, the Chairman of Tata Motors has said that the(…)

The history of the Toyota Celica – part 2 0

Third Generation 1982 saw the start of the third generation. The difference style was evident, with a more modern look. Power was also increased with a 2.4 litre engine being installed under the bonnet. The Toyota Celica Turbo – GT-T was launched in Japan. The car had the 1.8 litre 3T-GTE engine. You may only(…)