Weather & Driving News
British divers are no strangers to driving in poor weather conditions, yet despite this a large number of road traffic accidents still occur when it has been raining.
Motorists should check car windscreens and wipers for wear and tear and replace them if necessary as driving conditions worsen in the winter months.
Young drivers may find their insurance premiums are high, especially if they are male.
This is because many providers believe this type of motorist is more likely to be involved in an accident than other road users.
Car insurance customers keen to keep their vehicles in tip-top condition should think about giving their motors a spring clean, it has been claimed.
According to Autoglym, this winter\'s severe weather could prove damaging to autos if they are not looked after properly.
A car insurance claim may be the least of a motorist\'s worries if they buy second-hand airbags online, it has been suggested.
This warning was issued by Accident Exchange in response to the increasing number of the safety devices being sold via suction websites.
People keen to avoid a car insurance claim may be well advised to take advantage of the warmer weather to spring clean their vehicles, it has been suggested.
People keen to do all they can to avoid a car insurance claim may be tempted to fit Continental tyres after they recently won an award.
The ContiSportContact 3 came top in the Best for Safety category in Fast Car magazine\'s recent honours.
Motorists keen to reduce their chances of having to make a car insurance claim are being urged to take a look at their tyres after the recent bad weather.
According to Protyre, the kind of Arctic conditions that gripped much of the UK over the past week can be bad news for tyres.
Motorists who want to protect their cheap car insurance premiums when driving in Arctic conditions need grit not salt, it has been suggested.
According to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM), a lack of preparation led to much of last week\'s traffic disruption.
Cash-strapped vehicle owners who do not want to jeopardise their low-cost car insurance premiums in a snow-related accident may do well to pay attention to advice from a driving group.