Not sure how often you need to get your car serviced, or when your next service is due? We’ve put together a quick overview to help you understand the basics.
Tyres’ tread depths are how you determine how safe they are to drive on. So what are the risks associated with worn tyres and how do you check them? This blog will hopefully clear up any confusion.
From 20 May 2018, there will be new MOT test changes, including; new defect categories, new items being checked, stricter rules for diesel car emissions and some vehicles over 40 years old being exempt from having to take the test altogether.
We live in a country where good weather is not always on the cards. Nevertheless, we Brits love our convertibles and are surprisingly one of the world’s largest markets for buying convertible cars.
In this guide, we explain what an ex demo car is and what you need to know before you make a purchase.
In this guide, we will help explain the main types of car body styles that are currently available here at JCT600 as well as any other terms you may have come across.
For many years, diesel cars got a bad rep, often dismissed by motorists as being smellier, noisier, slower and costlier than petrol cars.
But the days of stinky, loud diesel cars are now firmly behind us, and the newest diesel cars are a much more tempting prospect – especially if you frequently use your car to cover long distances and would like to save on running costs.
As the new 18-plate replaces the 67-plate on the 1 March 2018 we thought we would explain the confusion around the current car number plate system – as well as the old – and how you calculate the age of your car.
With the wide range of engine types now available, the growing costs of fuel, and cars moving towards being electric, pulling up at the petrol station doesn’t feel as simple as it once was.
In this post, we will explain what different types of fuel are currently available on the market, to help you find the perfect car and arm you with the information you need to look after it properly.