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A Guide to Eco-Friendly Cars in 2019

Posted on August 30th, 2019

A Guide to Eco-Friendly Cars in 2019 Swapping out your petrol-fuelled car for an electric or hybrid vehicle would greatly reduce your carbon footprint. But often, it can be quite an overwhelming transition, so to help you ease into the world of electric/hybrid cars, we have devised a guide to help you choose. Protect the environment today and switch out your petrol-powered car for a modern electric alternative.  Why are electric cars better than petrol-powered cars? There are several reasons why electric cars are better than petrol or diesel powered cars, and here are just a few: They generally cost less…

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What You Need to Know Before Buying Tyres

Posted on November 30th, 2018

Like with any important purchase that you make, buying tyres shouldn’t be done without serious consideration. There are numerous types and styles of tyre on the market, all of which are built for different styles of driving and different conditions. To ensure that you find the set of tyres that fits you, Auto Exhausts & Tyres will be detailing some important considerations when buying new tyres for your vehicle. Climate/Weather In the UK, the chances are you will be able to get away with all-weather tyres all year round. However, for particularly harsh winters, or for countries which experience consistently extreme…

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MOT Changes 2018

Posted on September 4th, 2018

Back in May, the UK government made some important changes to the MOT test. While the changes themselves aren’t considered to be a great upheaval, they did have a profound impact on particular groups of motorists, especially those who are interested in classic cars! Another important change has been made to new car MOTs, specifically the year in which an MOT becomes necessary for them. So, if you would like to know about these MOT changes in greater detail, the Auto Exhausts & Tyres team have listed them below. No MOT for cars over 40 years old If you’re a classic…

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