We’ve all heard the statement “drive to the conditions” this is especially important when the roads are wet.
There is only one thing worse than being stranded on the side of the road with an overheating car and that is having to treat a burn. See these quick tips on what to do if you suffer a burn.
Discolouration from road grime can make your headlights become dull and also dangerous.
Do you know the legal amount of tread you are required to have on your tyres for safe driving? Find out here!
Safety first when working under vehicles! Read our tips.
Fires and cars do not mix. Read this tip on how to make an emergency fire extinguisher.
There's no safe seat! Statistics prove that seat belts save lives.
Follow our simple tips for driving safely in foggy conditions.
New laws have come into effect around child restaints. Find out how to keep your children safe in your car.
It is always a good idea to prepare a first aid kit for your car. See our handy list for ideas.
One of the most dangerous things to attemp while driving is overtaking. Read these safety tips.
Along with good tyres and brakes, this is another critical safety factor on the road.
Many people significantly underestimate the distance it takes for their car to come to a complete stop when braking in an emergency. Could you stop in time?
The 'blind spot' can be a real killer. Before changing lanes, take a quick glance over your shoulder to see if a car is in your 'blind spot', then move off carefully.