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Do You Have Safe Tyres?

Posted on August 25th 2018 by Munster.Tyres

As your only point of contact to the road, your tyres are absolutely crucial to your safety when out in your vehicle. They perform a number of key roles, from maintaining traction to the tarmac to giving you an indication of your car’s overall health, the importance of your tyres really can’t be overstated. However, in order to perform these extremely important tasks, you need to make sure they are in good shape. In this article, Munster Tyres will look at some of the ways that you can check whether the tyres on your vehicle are safe. Tread pattern wear One... Continue reading

5 Ways to Tell if Your Brakes are Faulty

Posted on January 31st 2018 by Munster.Tyres

When it comes to replacing parts of your car, it pays to be extra diligent when checking your tyres and brakes. Why? Well, where your tyres are the only part of your car that remain in contact with the road and provide traction, your brakes ultimately control them – making them even more important to keep in working order. In this article, the team at Munster Tyres will be offering 5 ways to tell if your brakes are worn down and in need of replacement, so you can make sure that your car is as safe on the roads as possible.... Continue reading

A Driving Home for Christmas Checklist

Posted on November 30th 2017 by Munster.Tyres

Spending Christmas time with your loved ones is what it’s all about, it’s what keeps us going through the harsh winter months. However, as time goes on, children get older and families move away, reconciling for Christmas becomes increasingly difficult – especially if you live at opposite ends of the country! During the Christmas period, millions of people all over the UK will be making long journeys homes. So with this in mind, Munster Tyres will be offering some tips and advice to motorists, ensuring that their journey home to their loved ones is as safe as possible. Pre-checks Tyres: Even... Continue reading

What are the different types of tyres?

Posted on October 31st 2017 by Munster.Tyres

These days, tyres are becoming increasingly complex pieces of kit. Rather than the simple rubber rings of old, we now have large, durable tyres consisting of steel, advanced fabrics and tough rubber compounds. They are feats of engineering in their own right. What’s more, as this technology continues to advance, we have an ever-growing number of different types to choose from, depending on the conditions we are facing. Acknowledging this, the team at Munster Tyres thinks it’s time to time to give you a thorough breakdown of the different types of tyres, offering advice on the best time to use each... Continue reading

What to look for when buying a used car

Posted on April 28th 2017 by adtrak.admin

Buying a used car can be a bit of a minefield as you try to distinguish the good deals from the bad. Secondhand cars from private sellers don’t come with any of the assurances of a dealership, but in either case it is useful to know what to look out for before striking a deal. In this article, we will cover some of the main questions and checks you should perform before deciding to buy a secondhand car; this will help you determine whether the car in question is worth the money, or one to be avoided. Outside the car Don’t... Continue reading

How to make your brakes last longer

Posted on March 29th 2017 by adtrak.admin

Well-functioning brakes are one of the most important features of your car. Therefore, for safety reasons, if problems arise here it is not an option to ignore the issue or put off a repair or replacement. If your brakes are wearing out quickly and you find yourself having to pay for replacement brake system parts, such as brake pads, more frequently than you should be, this could be due to inappropriate driving habits. In this article, we will look at things you can do to be kinder to your brakes and, as a result, make them last as long as possible.... Continue reading

Motoring Jargon Explained

Posted on February 28th 2017 by adtrak.admin

Can you imagine a life without your trusty car? Most people nowadays simply can’t. Our cars, vans and lorries are cornerstones of modern civilisation. It’s curious, then, that many people don’t know simple terminology for things relating to their vehicle. Some people, for instance, don’t know what ABS stands for or what their shock absorbers actually do. Therefore, this month we’re going to be tackling some of the most common motoring jargon terms that you may need help with. ABS The acronym ‘ABS’ stands for Anti-lock Braking System. These systems automatically ‘pump’ your brakes to stop the wheels from locking up... Continue reading


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