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Tools Car Mechanics Cannot Live Without

Car mechanics are a peculiar sort. They seem to nurture a certain level of disdain towards one another, and much like Salieri hated Mozart, each new mechanic you encounter seems to think that the previous one did a horrible job. Why is that? Could it be that car maintenance is an art form as much

The Great British Make (Off)

OK, we all know that the ‘motor car’ was invented by Karl Benz in 1886, or at least the forerunner to what we would now call a car. But Great Britain has an illustrious past, present and future with motoring, with some of the most historical achievements in the motoring world being attributed to us.

A solid recommendation for a mechanic’s multi-tool – the Leatherman 300 multi-tool

Looking but not touching! I just wanted to take a short moment to share with you a fantastic product I have only recently come across! It might surprise many of you that I didn’t already own one.   Those of you that follow this blog and my reviews will know I have been into cars

5 Things to Think About Before you Restore a Vintage Car

You may be mechanically minded. Maybe you love driving your car, you know a lot about the latest models and you know what you want out of the car you own. Everybody has a dream car, and sometimes that dream involves making a car of your own- from scratch. Car restoration can be a lot

Australian Road Trip: 8 Tips for Adventurous Travelers

IF you are considering going on an Australian road trip, you are in for an amazing experience. Simply, Australia is definitely worth seeing, and this way you’re going to see the most of it. If this is your first-time road tripping, here are some of the essential information and tips, so everything goes the best

Four Things You Should Do Before And After You Get Behind The Wheel

If you drive a car you need to make sure that you understand there are risks that come with handling a vehicle. Not only are you at the risk of yourself behind the wheel, but you are at risk of every other person that drives by you on the road. If you want to avoid

The Forgotten Chore: Tyre Pressure

Modern cars are complex machines; gone are the days when you could spend a Sunday morning tinkering with your engine to make sure it is running perfectly. These days, your family runabout will be controlled by computers, and most maintenance will need to be carried out by professionals – indeed, by a designated dealer if

Driving Convictions in the UK

Every year, as cars get faster and technology progresses, so it seems the law comes down harder and harder on drivers who misbehave behind the wheel. Punishment for mobile phone use recently doubled, but for most drivers their speeding is what can put them on the wrong side of the law. Most of us have

The Best Tips For Restoring a Classic Car

Do you consider yourself mechanically minded? DIY is not for everyone, but if you think you’re up to the task of restoring a classic car there are a few things you should consider before beginning. Car restoration is definitely not an investment. You’re not going to make money over the time that it takes to

How to Travel with Babies

If you have always enjoyed traveling by car, but it seems like a very improbable option these days because of a baby in your family, I have great news for you! Going on a road trip is actually the ultimate option for recent parents. There is a secret solution that might save the whole trip
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