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  Need Help?  Some frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Q1. When is it necessary to have an MOT test?
Q2. How early can my car be submitted for an MOT test?
Q3. Can you recommend the best tyre to use?
Q4. Where can I find out about safety?
Q5. How can I economise on fuel?
Q6. What can you tell me about car batteries?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A1 When is it necessary to have an MOT test?

Vehicles should receive their first MOT when they reach 3 years of age.
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A2 How early can my car be submitted for an MOT test?

An MOT can be carried out at any time
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A3 Can you recommend the best tyre to use?

Always use good quality tyres - your life may depend on them.
We fit tyres from most manufacturers.
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A4 Where can I find out about safety?

For the best advice on transport safety issues visit the ROSPA website at:
http://www.rospa.com/roadsafety/index.htm
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A5 How can I economise on fuel?

Keeping your speed down can reduce the fuel consumption of the engine.
Avoid carrying any unnecessary weight in the car as heavy loads put more strain on the vehicle, leading to higher fuel consumption.
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A6 What can you tell me about car batteries?

Modern car batteries have a life expectancy of around five to seven years, but its pretty much impossible to predict when the end is getting near. So, the options are to soldier on until it fails, or change it at say five years and the latter is probably the best option. At least this gives you the chance to choose a suitable battery at your convenience. But what to look for?
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