Here at Maitland Motors we believe in helping you get the most from your car, which is why we recommend using a fuel additive. Over time, a car’s fuel system builds up contamination which can effect its efficiency, fuel consumption and performance.
Fuel additives work with your car to help optimise engine performance, maximise fuel economy and help to maintain car parts. Its like a spring clean for internals of your car, cleaning and lubricating the fuel system meaning you get more value for money when filling your car up and lower emissions.
We’d recommend a treatment every 6 months to help your car run smoothly and for its general upkeep & maintenance. We are proud to work with Forte, who have over 40 years experience working in the industry and supply all our engine treatments and additives.
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#tipthursday from Maitland Motors
This is a really easy one all of us can do in just a few minuets every few weeks. Check your windows and wipers regularly, especially your front and rear windows looking for any cracks or chips. If you do find anything, most insurance companies will replace your windscreens as part of your policy, so be sure to give them a ring. We’ve all seen the adverts, a damaged windscreen can be fatal.
You can also check your wipers easily yourself by lifting them away from the window, inspecting them for any cracks, tears or nicks in the rubber. Any damage will stop them from working as well as they should and will make diving in poor weather conditions more difficult. If you do spot any damage, you can go ahead and replace them yourself, though it can be a bit fiddly.
These are really easy checks you can do at home, especially as we approach the winter months, but any questions regarding your windows or wipers leave us a comment below or call the office.
Dose your car make weird or strange noise, such as banging, nocking, squealing or grinding? Then this could be sign its time to get your car booked in for a check. Ignoring them could result in what would have been a quick and affordable fix, turning into a large and expensive repair.
Brakes, suspension, timing belts, wheel bearings (to name a few) can all be culprits of noises when they are no longer working as well as the should/can. There are parts on cars that do wear over time and you should expect to replace them as general on-going maintenance of your car. As we always say, prevention is better than cure when it comes to cars and booking in as soon as you hear or feel any changes with your car will only help to keep it running at its best and as safely as it can.
To book in for a FREE Vehicle Health Check, where we visually check and inspect all areas of your car, then call the office or send us a message.