Weather & Driving News
With some of the severest winters on record in recent years it is no surprise that many of the country’s roads are littered with potholes and cracks. This is expected every year and councils usually budget for repairs during the summer.
With the onset of winter many sensible drivers make checks and changes to their cars. This includes putting antifreeze in the cooling system and many even go so far as to put winter tyres on the car to help cope with driving in adverse conditions.
With more and more motorists in the UK taking holidays in the UK due to rising costs of air travel it is important to keep an eye on the cost of fuel, according to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).
Incorrect pressure in your tyres can have a multitude of effects, from decreased fuel efficiency to increasing stopping distance.
Motorcyclists face many threats on the roads, one of the biggest hazards that they face is from car drivers who fail to see bikes coming towards them.