Winter Driving

Winter Driving Advice for 2014

December 13, 2014

This year’s top winter driving advice   The days are getting shorter and the weather is getting colder. Winter is here again and for most of us that means driving a little more slowly and carefully. So far, forecasters are predicting a fairly mild December but the weather picture in the new year remains relatively [...]

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“Britain Facing Pothole Crisis” – How Bad Are Our Roads?

December 3, 2012

Potholes   Another winter, another year of bad roads, another story about potholes and road maintenance. However, this isn’t a sign of recycling old stories – it’s a sign of an issue that doesn’t seem to be going away. A recent press release from the Local Government Association has said. Thousands of miles of Britain’s roads [...]

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Fleet Managers – Are you ready for Winter? Huge Fleet Vehicle Demand for Winter Tyres

February 6, 2012

More Company Vehicles Fitted With Winter Tyres   A few years ago, demand for winter tyres was miniscule; only about 1% of the total UK car market. At the start of 2011 the market had increased to 450 000 units, far outstripping some stock forecasts.  This year, Fleet vehicle demand for winter tyres soared to [...]

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Fleet Management and Company Car Issues -Winter Is Coming

October 14, 2011

Make sure that your company car fleet is ready for winter   Not wanting to come over all Ned Stark* about it, but Winter Is Coming. Companies and individuals are making preparations already, as this article from Automotive Industry Digest illustrates   VALUES of 4×4 vehicles have already started to rise and will climb further as winter [...]

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Fleet Management Expert – Getting Your Cars Ready for Winter

September 21, 2011

Fleet Management : Keep Your Cars on the Road in Winter   Remember last December and this January?  Horrific winter conditions meant drivers were stranded miles from home and 15 minute journeys were taking 3 hours. John Lewis even let customers stay the night in their bed department conditions were so bad.  Some bus companies [...]

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