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How do you keep the inside of your car clean?

When you first buy your car from the dealer it will be immaculately groomed. Give it a few weeks, though, and it’s likely to have crisp packets, dropped sweets and other random rubbish unless you make an effort to keep

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How do you prevent car relay theft?

What is car relay theft? Car relay theft, relay attack or keyless car theft is when a criminal tricks your vehicle’s keyless entry system into thinking that the wireless remote is in range. It only works on cars where you

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How to safely get into and out of a heavy vehicle

Sprained ankles and damaged knees are common injuries that lorry drivers suffer through jumping out of their cab or off a trailer deck. A 17-stone driver jumping down a couple of feet creates around 31 stone of force when landing

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How do you stop birds from pooing on your car?

Leaving bird poo on your car is not good for the paintwork. It can damage the clearcoat which then leaves the paint underneath at risk. Droppings from birds that eat seeds are worse than droppings from birds that eat invertebrates

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Can you drive if you are deaf?

Driving while deaf is allowed but it is advisable to be aware of the limitations and additional challenges that driving without being able to hear the environment around you can bring. Drivers who have partial deafness may find it easier

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Can you drive after experiencing a blackout

A blackout is a temporary loss of consciousness that a person has little or no control over. It affects your memory, leading you to suffer a sense of lost time. During a blackout a person might actually appear to function

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What’s traction control and how does it work?

To understand traction control, you have to know what traction is. Traction is the ability for a tyre to transmit force to the road without slipping. It’s a function of the friction between the tyre and the road surface. The

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