Own a car that has steering wheel wobble and this usually means there’s a mechanical problem with the vehicle. Experience wheel judder at any point and this could indicate you have under inflated tyres, the wheels are out of balance, or you have some issue with steering or suspension components, which could be dangerous.
Whilst you car might sound sporty if there’s a blow from the exhaust this isn’t doing you, the vehicle, or the people you drive past any good. Faulty exhausts are noisy, they can expose you to obnoxious gases, and they can also attract the attention of the police, landing you in a spot of bother.
Most modern cars are fitted with air conditioning as standard today, but how many drivers bother to have their air-con units serviced at some point? The answer is not many. Whilst vehicle owners love to feel the refreshing blow of climate control on a hot summer’s day, it seems they’re not too eager to service air conditioning systems at regular intervals.
Hey petrolhead! Think you know everything there is to know about cars? Really? We bet you don’t know some of the fascinating facts included in this infographic! It’s a car lover’s dream.
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New cars are expensive. For this reason motorists prefer the significant savings offered by second hand vehicles. However, car owners should be aware of the potential pitfalls that come from purchasing a used car. With that being said, are vehicle history reports trustworthy?
Car ownership is so much more than putting petrol or diesel in the tank and occasionally running your car through a car wash. There are a number of basic maintenance tips that motorists should know. Knowledge of how to look after your car has the potential to protect your car against the potential of breakdowns or accidents. Here are three basic car maintenance tips that everyone should know.
One of the more renowned and recognised cars in the world, the BMW 5 Series has a long and storied history, beginning in 1972. The first generation BMW 5 Series was produced in 1972 and ran till 1981. Not nearly as popular as they are today, the car of 1972 had a much smaller engine and was predominantly found across Europe; the USA had yet to buy into this new German saloon.