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Brake Checks
Brake Checks
Check your brakes! Making sure your brakes are legal and in good working order is vital, if they're not and you are stopped by the police, you could receive a fine and…...
Defective Tyres
Defective Tyres
Driving with defective tyres - The Penalties...
Difference Between Minor and Serious Vehicle Defects
Difference Between Minor and Serious Vehicle Defects
There are significant differences between minor and major vehicle defects and this will be reflected in the punishments given to drivers who are stopped by the police…...
Engine Emissions
Engine Emissions
Over the last few years the UK Government has been heavily committed to reducing harmful emissions from cars in particular carbon. Transport has continued to grow over…...
Engine/Car modifications
Engine/Car modifications
Modifying your car can be a fun and rewarding (not to mention expensive!) experience - but you need to make sure you stay on the right side of the law!...
Faulty Brakes
Faulty Brakes
Driving with defective brakes can result in you being pulled aside by the police and subjected to a vehicle check. We take a quick look at some of the possible reasons…...
Faulty Lights
Faulty Lights
To make sure that your car is safe on the road it’s very important that you make sure your lights are in full working condition. We take a look at why your lights must…...
No MOT and the Penalties
No MOT and the Penalties
In the UK, the law states that cars and motorcycles must hold a valid MOT test certificate if they are more than three years old. If your vehicle does not have a valid…...
Visual & Lighting Modifications on Your Car
Visual & Lighting Modifications on Your Car
This article offers advice on making visual and lighting modifications to your vehicle....
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