As the nights get longer and the days get shorter, sometimes there's nothing less we want to do than drive. This free winter driving guide will ensure you and your car make it home in one piece so you can snuggle up on the couch with a nice hot chocolate and a blanket (and preferably a Christmas film).From tips on how to keep your car in tip top condition, checking aspects from the lights to the door locks.
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As the days get shorter and the nights draw longer, make sure you're prepared for the drop in temperatures. Here is a guide of 15 things to keep in your car during the next few months:1) BlanketsCar heaters can be unreliable at times, keep a blanket in your car as a precaution.
Many customers get blinded by the smooth curves and bright, shiny colours of a luxury cars. However, how many of those customers consider other aspects except for the initial price when making this purchase? Here are some things you may wish to consider when purchasing a luxury car:1) The reliability of the car.