Posted on 13th September 2021 by Tyres Northampton
You won’t be surprised to learn that a car’s wheels are among the most important parts of any vehicle to keep in good working order. Any faults or damage can prove costly, and can be dangerous to you and other road users. This includes alloy wheel alignment. Essential for a safe driving experience, if your car’s alignment is off you could find your vehicle veering to one side as you drive it – meaning it becomes unsafe to drive. You may think DIY alloy repair is simple, however, it can be well worth hiring professionals to carry out this kind of…
Posted on 27th August 2021 by Tyres Northampton
We might take it for granted here in the UK, but not all countries get to enjoy seasonal weather. Enjoying the long, hot evenings in the summer and then being able to watch the leaves fall in the park in autumn is a privilege, after all. Our cars might not see it this way though. No, for them, the changing seasons can be a bit of a pain. Take summer, for example. Heat can do all sorts of things to our cars – particularly our tyres – if we’re not properly prepared for it, which is why this month the Tyres…
Posted on 23rd April 2021 by Tyres Northampton
The risk of catching coronavirus may be on the wane, but that doesn’t mean that any of us can start getting complacent. Recent announcements suggest that the virus will be around for the foreseeable future, so even though we can start mixing more, we still need to be very careful. One consequence of easing restrictions is that we might start having others in our cars more than we have been for the last year or so. We therefore need to think about how we can protect them and ourselves when that happens and how you might clean your car during COVID….
Posted on 19th March 2020 by Tyres Northampton
In the current climate, with the Covid-19 pandemic showing no signs of slowing down, it’s important that we are as clean as possible in every aspect of our lives, including our cars. Tyres Northampton will talk you through how to keep your car as clean as can be. There are roughly 700 different types of bacteria living in our vehicles They can be split into two categories; staphylococcus and propionibacterium The former type is responsible for skin infections, food poisoning and MRSA, while the other breeds inflammations and infections Overall, our cars contain over 200 units of bacteria per square…