We all love summer and warm weather, however, is it as good for our cars as it is for us? Most people would assume that we deal with more car damage throughout winter months, due to freezing, grit causing paint problems, and the increase in road accidents, but this isn’t necessarily the case. Summer can
Here at DT Bodyworks, something we deal with a lot, is damaged paintwork. Quite often, cars suffer from things like scratches and chips which can be caused by allsorts. Although it’s not possible to completely prevent this from happening, there are certainly things you can do to lessen the risk and keep your paintwork protected.
I’m sure you’ve heard of, and seen electric cars out and about on the roads or at charging stations. Over the past few years, they have become increasingly popular, and it’s not hard to see why, with all of the fantastic benefits they provide economically, practically and financially. Although owning an electric car may not
Winter weather can be pretty harsh on our cars. All the snow, ice and freezing temperatures that we endure throughout these months can take their toll on our vehicles, and it’s important that we know what to do to stay protected. Bad weather is unavoidable, and with commitments such as work, driving in it is
The clutch is a fundamental part of any car, van or lorry, and without its function, the vehicle would be pretty much useless. So, noticing when your clutch needs changing can be pretty important, as it saves the problem from becoming worse, which could as a result leave you stuck with an inadequate vehicle. Therefore,
Most of us take pride in our cars, which means we want them to look great and in pristine condition at all times. However, all cars become victims of wear over time, and can look a little old and rusty if we don’t take good care of them. Whether it’s a scratch, chip, dent, or
Although it’s a very unfortunate reality, road accidents do happen all the time, and if you’re ever unlucky enough to be caught in one, it can be an extremely stressful time. This applies to any size crash - even if it’s just a small bump and as a result there’s a slight dent in your