A Very Merry Christmas 2019, from Approved Garages!
Christmas is nearly here, and for many that means lots of presents, lots of food and lots of mulled drinks (make sure you don’t drive if you’re doing that last one)!
But before we get ready to hibernate in front of a cosy fire with a mince pie or two and get ready to sing in another New Year, we’d like to take a nostalgic look back at our favourite bits of 2019.
Win a Gaming Bundle this Winter with United Garage Services!!
This winter United Garages Services are giving away the ultimate gaming bundle - a Samsung 50” 4K Smart Ultra HD LED TV, PS4 Fortnite edition with an extra controller and a Bose Solo 5 Soundbar, as well as 20 fantastic runner-up prizes!
AutoCare's Win a Car Giveaway has Returned!
AutoCare's Win a Car Giveaway has returned once again and this time motorists have a chance to win a Mini One!
Visit an AutoCare garage between 1st October and 30th November for your chance to win a Mini One!
Protect your keyless car from being stolen
There was a time you wouldn’t get very far in your car without a key. Fast forward to 2019, and the keyless car is not only common, it’s becoming the standard. The question is, how safe are keyless cars and what can you do to protect your keyless car?
How to replace a lost MOT certificate online
As you know, driving a vehicle without an up to date MOT certificate is illegal, so if you damage or even lose your original, you’re going to want a replacement pretty sharpish!
AutoCare garage hosts ladies’ night for tips on car maintenance
Crescent Motors in Burton hosted an evening in its workshop to help expand women’s confidence for taking their cars to a garage.
Crescent Motors managing director, Steve Tallett said: “It is a fact of life that a lot of women don’t seem to know about their cars.
“A lot of men are the same, but they won’t admit it.
The law around #speeding comes into effect today with higher penalty charges
The law around #speeding comes into effect today with higher penalty charges.
From 24 April 2017, a new higher penalty for speeding has been announced.
Fines for motorists caught going well over the speed limit will start from 150% of their weekly income, going up from the existing level of 100%.