Wendy Riach

With over 37 years of experience in advertising and marketing, specialising in social media management, copywriting, proof checking, data analysing, reporting and directory advertising online and offline.

14 Mar 2023 0 people
The difference between used tyres and part worn tyres

Part worn tyres are tyres that have been removed from a vehicle and then put onto a different vehicle. Once a new vehicle or a vehicle that has had a new set of tyres heads out on the road, the new tyres will be classed as used tyres, this is not the same as knowingly putting part worn tyres…
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09 Jun 2021 48 people
Low Profile Tyres: The Complete Guide

Many drivers love sports cars with huge wheels and low profile tyres, which are often fitted to the top range of high-performance cars. The low profile tyres are usually fitted to big shiny alloys which enhances the look of the car, but there is more to these tyres than just the pleasing…
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14 May 2021 3 people
Buying Part Worn Tyres: Safety Guide

There are a lot of drivers who choose to buy part-worn tyres and they say the main reason for doing this, is to save money, but buying part-worn tyres is often a false economy as many are sold with low tyre tread depths and the cost per millimetre of tread may be more expensive than purchasing…
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24 Apr 2021 2 people
How Long Can Tyres Last?

Tyres are one of the most important safety features on your vehicle and they need looking after to get the best performance on the road. It is estimated that over 70% of drivers are driving with 2mm or below tyre tread depths and of these drivers over 27% are driving with below the legal minimum…
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25 Mar 2021 6 people
Is wheel balancing necessary?

Wheel balancing is a necessary part of tyre maintenance to ensure your safety, a smoother ride and longer tyre life. Wheels should be automatically balanced when new tyres are fitted or if your tyre is removed for repair. In order to balance your wheels, small weights will be added to the rims…
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19 Mar 2021 0 people
What should my tyre pressure be?

Tyre pressures are a very important part of tyre maintenance and should be checked regularly, but do you know what your tyre pressure should be? It is estimated that 50% of UK motorists are driving on under-inflated tyres and many don’t realise how this affects their road handling.…
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09 Mar 2021 1 people
How to change a tyre

Most new cars come without a spare wheel these days, but if your vehicle picks up a puncture and has a spare wheel, would you know how to change it? When a tyre picks up a puncture this can cause loss of vehicle control or at worst a tyre blow out and this can be very scary. Changing a tyre can…
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02 Mar 2021 1 people
What wiper blades do I need for my car?

The UK’s weather is very unpredictable and can make driving very difficult. When drivers carry out routine maintenance checks they often forget to check the condition of their vehicle’s wiper blades, which are an essential safety feature. Wiper blades are crucial for visibility in…
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15 Feb 2021 35 people
How to top up engine coolant

Every car needs engine coolant to keep it running smoothly and you should check this at least twice a year, ideally in early Summer and the Winter. We’ve put together some information on how to check your coolant and identify any problems. Where is my engine coolant tank? The engine…
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08 Feb 2021 7 people
5 Vital Car Checks to do yourself during lockdown

All vehicles need regular maintenance, including car servicing to help keep your vehicle in the best condition, but you can help too, so we have put together a list of 5 vital car checks you can do yourself at home. It doesn’t matter how often you use your vehicle and that has probably been…
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