Keep Your Rolls Royce in Mint Condition With a Custom Car Cover
Man has always had a fascination with automobiles and the power they have. Today, for most people a car is a necessity and not a luxury. Vehicles bought today are a major investment and we want to keep them in the very best shape for as long as possible. To do this you need to make sure you do regular maintenance on the vehicle and wash it regularly. When your vehicle is not in use you should protect the paint finish with a custom car cover.
You might be surprised to learn that Rolls and Royce were actual people. Frederick Royce built the first Royce vehicles in 1904. He was a British electrical equipment manufacturer. The three two cylinder cars that Royce had built are what attracted Charles Rolls. Charles had been a car enthusiast for a long time and was the son of a baron. He had a dealership in London and was impressed with Royce’s engineering. They decided to become partners and it was decided that Royce would build the cars and Rolls would sell them.
In 1907 they introduced the Silver Ghost. It had a …
Breakdown Cover The Menace of Potholes
Having the forethought of breakdown cover is a god send in the case of a major break down, saving you the effort of arranging all of your own recovery as well as saving some of the extreme costs of calling out engineers. You do as much as possible to look after your car and keep it well maintained.
How frustrating is it then when nothing more than a ride down some poorly maintained roads causes more damage to your car than a five hundred mile heavily laden summer trek.
Road conditions seem constantly to be getting worse, potholes are caused by constant wear from cars and weather along with a lack of maintenance. They can cause your car serious damage, clanking in and out of potholes will lead to issues with your suspension as it is battered by undue shock, burst tires and even bodywork damage.
All of these faults put together will place undue strain on your vehicle overall, especially faulty suspension and bursting tires, will lead to further faults and potentially cause a major breakdown.
Luckily many of the major breakdown packages do still cover, to an extent repairs, undergone thanks to …