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Car Advice Archive
- Christmas Car Valeting and Car Cleaning Advice
As Christmas day approaches, many households will go into fifth cleaning gear, as the painting, press cleaning and window washing get underway. For most, that cleaning rota will also include the car. Getting into a clean car at Christmas is the driver’s equivalent of putting on new pyjamas on Christmas Eve.
- Tips for driving on unfamiliar roads
Driving on unfamiliar roads can be unnerving for many drivers. Indeed, doing so immediately puts drivers at a disadvantage, especially if you are driving at busy times or in wet conditions. Whether those roads are in Ireland or abroad, there are some things you can do to make your journey a more pleasant one.
- Tips for long-distance car journeys
While Ireland is quite small, a trip from Cork to Donegal can take over five hours. This is a substantial amount of time to be behind the wheel. It’s important you prepare before you take off on any long-distance journey, and also take some steps throughout your journey.
- Top 10 Christmas Driving Songs
With the festive season in full swing, many drivers will be dusting off their Christmas CDs and getting into the spirit by listening to the classics on the way to and from work, shopping or school. If you haven’t yet switched over to Christmas FM, or are looking to download some festive songs onto your iPod or MP3 player, then you may want to consider Liberty Insurance’s top 10 driving Christmas songs.
- Sat Navs VS Maps for Directions
Before sat navs ever existed, every car had a paper map in its possession. Today, this technologically minded generation has somewhat abandoned the traditional map for TomToms, Garmins and Google Maps on their smartphones. But let’s not abandon the traditional all together. There are some pros and cons to both.
- What car does Santa drive?
We all know Santa’s preferred mode of transport is a sleigh pulled by eight strong reindeer. But let’s imagine for a minute he abandoned the magic and decided to invest in some traditional craftsmanship in the form of a car. What car would Santa drive?