Approved Garages to sponsor 2018 Unibet Premier League Darts
Approved Garages will once again become an Official Partner of the Unibet Premier League Darts in 2018. Members, garages and motorists alike have all appreciated the hospitality tickets, prizes, the brand exposure and the opportunities the sponsorship has provided. Therefore, we’ve decided to support the Premier League throughout its new season, which runs from February 1st to May 17th, 2018.
Drive Safe – Reminding drivers about driving carefully
Driving safely is such an important aspect of every living, not just for the safety and well-being of the person behind the wheel, but also the passengers, pedestrians and other drivers. In today’s world, we are more distracted than ever – with mobiles, sat navs and Bluetooth connections, we can easily take our eye off the ball.
Silly reasons for failing your MOT test
Some of us get a little worried during the MOT test because we often ignore aspects of our car, that were not present before. When was the last time you had that squeaky screen wiper checked? Or when was the last time you cleaned your car?
Who can service a brand-new car?
Have you purchased a new car from a franchise dealer in the past three years? Were you told that service and repair work can only be carried out at your main dealer, or that your warranty would be void? Approved Garages sets the record straight.
Brian Mayne gets an early birthday present for taking his car to William Rutter Motor Services!
Bedford resident, Brian Mayne booked his car in at William Rutter Motor Services and he was the lucky winner of the star prize in the AutoCare Big Summer Giveaway; a prize-draw open to anyone who has taken their vehicle into an AutoCare garage between 1st June and 31st July. He collected his brand-new Peugeot 208 Allure from his local AutoCare garage William Rutter Motor Services’ in Bedford, after he was drawn from 16,337 entries to win the top prize.
Petrol and diesel to be banned?
The government has stated that it will end the sale of all new conventional petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040...
Environment Secretary, Michael Gove said the move is part of a plan to replace the traditional combustion engine in cars and vans with cleaner electric or hybrid alternatives.