Air Conditioning in Your Car

Cars with air conditioning are great for the summer, but the last thing you want when it’s 30 degrees celsisus is turning on your beloved air conditioning and finding weak airflow coming through your vents. There could be one of many reasons for weak airflow coming from your A/C, below we list three of the top causes. Air also doesn’t flow well if the fan isn’t blowing. A ventilation fan being worn out is usually another reason for weak airflow. One of the most common reasons is blower house which supplies air coming loose. Mold accumulating in the evaporator core from moisture happens during the cooling process. Too much mold accumulating means that air will have trouble reaching your air vents.

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The Rise of Fraud

We live in a world where people will do anything to make money, including having a car ‘accident’. Many drivers have been drifting along, to have the car in front slam on their brakes for no reason whatsoever. Some people manage to brake in time, but others end up driving into the back of the car. This is a simple scam, and as we all know, insurers go for the driver who crashed into the other. They’re always the person at fault, but it’s not fair in this circumstance. The only way to get around this issue is by keeping your distance. Fraudsters want you to hit them, so they love drivers who are right up their back. Don’t give them the opportunity to slam their brakes on for your...

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Drained Battery Problems?

Your car battery can let you down at any time of year but during the cold winter season, several factors come together to hit your battery health hard. The batteries ability to charge and its power output drops at lower temperatures, so you’re taking more charge out but putting less in. Add to this the increased drain of blowers and lights etc. during the cold, dark months of winter and you much more likely to be hit by a breakdown. To avoid getting caught out, make sure to switch off everything electrical before you switch off the ignition. Keep it switched off when you start up as well. If you only make short trips, you may want to invest in an intelligent charger to keep your battery topped up. Some...

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The Dreaded Tyre Tread Depth

Tyre treads are designed to give good grip on wet roads, but in general wet grip decreases as a tyre’s tread pattern wears down or as the depth of water increases. You as a driver should take this into consideration and reduce your speed accordingly in wet conditions. The legal minimum tread depth for cars in the UK is 1.6mm throughout a continuous band comprising the central three-quarters of breadth of the tread and around its entire outer circumference. In wet weather tyre tread grooves help to remove water from the contact patch between your tyres and the road surface meaning your car can brake, steer and accelerate properly. Without adequate tread depth your tyres may not be able to perform properly in wet conditions, reducing your safety on the...

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Car Leasing in Leicester

You definitely do not have to be much worried about performance when you lease car in Leicester. This is simply because these cars are among the best rated vehicles available on the market, and they accelerate, manoeuvre and corner like no any other vehicle you have ever driven earlier. You may not be planning to own a car any time soon. However, car leasing Leicester offers you a chance to fully enjoy the thrill of driving a luxury automobile when you lease one in for some sometime depending on your needs. Getting car leasing service in Leicester can provide you a big advantage over having to always wait for the public means of transportation or having to pay for a taxi each and every time you are in need of...

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