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  • Winter Time Driving

    December is finally here and it’s only a matter of time now before the frost really sets in and snow blankets the UK. Which is all very well for those of us that can stay tucked up inside, but how confident are you when it comes to venturing out in the car in such unpredictable conditions? We’ve put together a few tips to help you tackle the treacherous elements this winter... Driving . . .

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    Posted on: 09/12/2014

  • Keep Clear and Carry On...

    With the cold mornings creeping up on us, it won’t be long before we’re waking up to completely frozen cars. We might not get much in the way of severe snow here in the UK, but we definitely get our fair share of frost – freezing and misting up our windscreens. It might be tempting to make a move as quickly as possible on cold mornings and hope your visibility increases as you . . .

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    Posted on: 14/11/2014

  • Wonderful Winter Advice from Setyres Sidcup!

    In case you hadn’t noticed the dark nights are well and truly upon us and Christmas is now just around the corner. With temperatures set to plummet in coming weeks now’s the time to give your car some extra TLC and get it prepped for the harsh winter months. Visit Setyres Sidcup for the TLC your car needs this winter. They’ve even offered some wonderful winter advice...   . . .

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    Posted on: 05/11/2014

  • How to prepare your car for winter

    Coping with the cold - how to prepare your car for Winter Whilst we don’t experience winters as severe as our European counterparts, changes in the temperature and weather conditions can affect all aspects of our vehicles. It can be hard to predict the severity of a British winter, but whether we have 3 months of snow or a few frosts; your vehicle needs to be prepared for the drop in temper . . .

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    Posted on: 23/10/2014

  • Top Five Tips to Check Your Tyres Are Safe & Legal

    You should check the condition of your tyres on a regular basis. This is not only to ensure the safety of the vehicle but to also make sure your tyres are legal and you are fully insured. So what are the top five tips to follow when you are checking your tyres?   1. Tread depth – the legal minimum tread depth in the UK is 1.6mm but ideally you should change you tyres well before they re . . .

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    Posted on: 01/10/2014

  • Tyre Safety from Tonbridge

    With the inevitable end of summer 2014 approaching, September is bringing us some much cooler mornings and darker nights. Before long winter will be upon us – so the staff at our newest branch in Tonbridge, Kent, have been busy preparing for the effects of the cooler weather on our driving skills, cars and just as importantly the roads we use! Despite the cool mornings, the recent early Sep . . .

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    Posted on: 18/09/2014