14 Dec

Ultimate Street Car Shows

All types of car are welcome, all ages, makes, models and styles, and there’s no need to pre-enter: just show up at the Main Stage from 8am on Sunday. USC isn’t just about big flashy body kits and enormous subwoofers, it’s about genuine performance cars, so in addition to Show & Shine you will also be able to enter Show & Go where you can score points for track performance too! The Show & Go hopes to prove that show cars don’t need to be slow cars, and that race cars don’t need to be made out of gaffer tape. So we’re looking to find great looking performance cars, and as such, you can score Show & Go points both on the track and in the show paddock. We’ve got...
21 Aug

3 Problems With Car Finance

A large number of people now find it very simple and cheaper to get a new car through finance. Although it seems favorable, their exists some problems that most people run across but do not know how to solve. Here, we are looking at 3 of the main problems with car finance: Age limit A young person is regarded to have a low credit score which is always considered as a bad credit score. Although you can be very hardworking, the finance house do not consider you as they don’t know if you will be able to pay the payments. Also, their is no record that will support your monthly outgoing payments which can be very discouraging. Ending your contract early It’s a little challenging as termination of contract can...
25 May

Why Car Batteries Go Flat

A car battery will lose its charge and become flat if it is not used regularly, or if the car is used for short journeys only when the battery will not have enough time to recharge itself properly. The term for this is ‘undercharging’. This leads to a hardening of the lead plates within the battery that affects its ability to hold a charge. This is known as sulphation. Geeky, we know! As a car battery works on a chemical reaction basis, the environment temperature and humidity can also play a crucial role in battery performance. A battery operates at maximum efficiency at a temperature of 26.7℃ or 80℉. Higher temperatures speed up internal corrosion within the battery’s cells which reduces the life of the battery. Colder temperatures inhibit a...
28 Mar

Taking on a different attitude towards MOTs

MOTs can be a nuisance. Think of the money you have to spend on your vehicle every year, such as the following: Fuel costs Tax Insurance Servicing Repairs When we add MOT to this list it’s easy to feel a little outraged, however, there is one reason why you shouldn’t be too disappointed about having to put your vehicle through an MOT every year, and that is safety. If you care about the safety of yourself, your family and other drivers, an MOT is necessary and if you have to pay out for a few repairs, so be it. At least you will know that your vehicle is safe and you’ve had it thoroughly checked out for an expert. We all have to put our vehicles through MOTs and we...
30 Dec

Benefits of owning a campervan

A campervan can give your freedom, flexibility and affordability. It’s a wonderful way to see a different part of the world whilst staying in your very own little cabin of a home. You can design your campervan so that’s it’s built around your needs, so perhaps adding a coffee station, a laptop seating area or dining table and chairs may be a good option for you. You do have a limited space to work with but by designing cleverly you can have chairs and tables which work as storage spaces too. With a campervan that’s kitted out, you only need to pay for fuel. Just hit the road, drive up to a cool location and park on the street overnight, or perhaps find a cool camping area with conveniences such...