Motoring advice from startrescue.co.uk
 
The festive season is upon us, or if you believe your local supermarket, Christmas has been happening for the last two months. Along with the fairy lights, baubles and fake snow, we may even have real snow or we will more than likely experience icy and wet conditions that can cause trouble while driving, as well as trouble for your vehicle. So, with a view to the wintry weather we're expecting over the coming weeks, we've gathered together some great advice for our car driving customers and those brave enough to get out on their motorcycles.
 
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What Do You Need in Your Car in Winter?
 
It's always worth being prepared in case of the worst, so you should carry certain essentials in your car in case of a breakdown.
 
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Staying Warm on Your Motorcycle This Winter
 
Make sure you layer up well if you really can’t resist the urge to get out on your bike this winter.
 
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How to Save Money by Looking After Your Car This Winter
 
Winter puts additional strains on your car – so read our top tips to prevent costly repairs and breakdowns over the coming months.
 
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How to Avoid Engine Failure This Winter
 
Take steps this winter to avoid facing engine failure when you're driving home for Christmas.
 
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