When it comes to a New Year's Resolution to really get the engine racing, the HiQ fast network has devised a healthy option that is guaranteed to stop the pounds from piling up.A three pronged fitness regime is being unveiled by HiQ, in an attempt to keep each car as fit and healthy as their owners would like to be.
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Motorists across the UK can expect to see less middle lane motorway hogging and more patience in place of 'road rage' - if their New Year's Resolutions are anything to go by.The HiQ fast fit network can offer an uplifting 2012 message for drivers, after its recent survey revealed that hundreds of motorists are to make a concerted attempt to improve their manners on the highway.
Pot holes created by the sudden drop in temperatures have triggered an influx of motorists onto HiQ forecourts, with the network completing its 1,000th free health check already this month.HiQ, with 150 centres across the UK, is sharing safety tips and offering motoring guidance, while conducting eight point vehicle health checks in the process.
Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, please put your summer tyres on a clean, dry rack.That is the message from the HiQ fast fit network this winter, as the brand offers motorists advice on how to increase the life and performance of their summer tyres, once there are replaced with winter alternatives.
The HiQ fast fit network is so determined to make motorists take notice of 'groundbreaking' EU tyre labelling legislation that it has designed a car to show them what it is all about.HiQ believes that EU tyre labelling legislation - which will come into effect in 2012 - is the biggest single development to impact upon the tyre retailing industry in the last 50 years.
Motorists are being invited to write their own headlines about the safety benefits of cold weather tyres - by applying to test drive a free set from the HiQ fast fit network and penning an independent review.
As the cold winter months draw in, motorists across Great Britain are being given free winter safety checks along with invaluable winter tyre advice in a bid to beat the inevitable Big Freeze.
Millions of motorists are risking serious accidents by driving around on part worn and second hand tyres, after defective tyres were blamed for 1,210 casualties on British roads last year.With the slow recovery of the UK's economy, the HiQ fast fit network can reveal that more 35 per cent of motorists are currently purchasing second hand or used tyres.
Nearly one in two British motorists are risking thousands of pounds worth of fines and potential driving bans on a daily basis, according to shocking new research revealed by the HiQ fast fit network.HiQ has conducted an illegal tyre audit across its network and can reveal that 42% of motorists are making journeys on dangerously worn tyres.
The HiQ fast fit network has slammed the Government over controversial plans to relax its laws on MOT testing, declaring: "The pockets of motorists will be hit harder than ever."Secretary of State for Transport Philip Hammond hopes to introduce the initial MOT test for new cars after four years instead of three, as it currently stands today.