This Easter bank holiday weekend thousands of drivers will take to the road for breaks with or to see family. At Green Flag we’ll be super busy attending breakdowns, many of which drivers can avoid by performing some simple checks before setting off.
I’ve compiled this list of routine maintenance because according
to research by Select Car Leasing, fewer than a third of car owners (31 per
cent) check their tyre pressures at least once a month. And in the 18-24 age
group, more than a quarter (27 per cent) don’t know how to check their tyres.
Read these simple car checks for safer – and cheaper – motoring this Easter.
When the weather turns cold you really don’t want this to be you (Picture iStock/Sestovic)
Here in the UK, we might have had an exceptionally warm summer followed by so far, a mild autumn. But winter car faults are just around the corner, waiting to plague our motors and interfere with our best-laid plans.
Every year at Green Flag we see an increase in call outs as the weather gets colder. And it’s always the usual suspects. But if you act now, you can ensure you and your car are prepared for winter’s worst. Here are four popular faults and solutions for them.