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Our ‘how to’ section is to help provide you with everything you need to know when it comes to maintaining your car. From changing a tyre to getting rid of stubborn stains on your car seats. Find out how you can keep your car running smoothly and keep it looking in great condition.

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The Mazda MX-30 charging guide: everything you need to know about charging the Mazda MX-30

The all-new Mazda MX-30 is an all-electric vehicle (EV) which operates on a 35.5 kWh battery that is fast, flexible and straightforward to charge at home or on the go, an exciting evolution of the traditional internal combustion engine, which is an affordable and sustainable way of driving. With conventional vehicles typically using petrol or […]

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Parking Guide [Infographic]

Parking Guide Infographic – An infographic by T W White & Sons NOTE: This article has been updated to include a description of the bay parking instructions.  It was originally posted on 10th April 2013. Ever found yourself going backward and forwards as you hold up a whole queue of drivers while you try and […]

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Check and top up your engine coolant – Step by step guide

With the hot weather hitting the UK  you might not think the increased temperatures will have too much of an effect on your car. However, it is essential to regularly check and top up your engine coolant level when needed. Don’t dismiss the warm weather’s impact on your vehicle, as letting your engine coolant level drop […]

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How to change the clock in the Suzuki Vitara

Simple as it sounds, changing the clock in the Suzuki Vitara isn’t as straightforward as you initially think it might be! Our video shows you just how to do it:   The analogue clock in the Suzuki Vitara dashboard is a main focal point of the centre console, but when the clocks go forward, it can […]

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How to improve your car security

As cars become increasingly more complex with ever more sophisticated security devices, criminals will always find ways to stay one step ahead of the game. And as the UK is still emerging from a post-recession recovering economy, car theft is still very prevalent across the nation. That’s why at T W White & Sons we’ve […]

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How to check and change your brake fluid

Knowing how to check and change your brake fluid is just as important as checking your car’s engine oil and knowing how to change that. Your vehicle is a well-oiled machine (hopefully…) that takes many different components working in harmony to run properly. Therefore no one area is more important than the other, which is […]

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How to change a wheel

Knowing how to change a wheel on a car is vital – it’s funny how punctures never come at the right time, isn’t it? Usually, luck would see you fall flat (literally) soon after you’ve bought a brand new set of tyres, packed the car up to go on holiday or are in a rush […]

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How to: remove stubborn stains from your car seats

Cleaning stubborn stains from your car’s seats can be difficult. If you’ve got children, the chances are your car will have had numerous little fingers rubbing sticky stuff into the upholstery. While car manufacturers work tirelessly on developing more ‘life-proof’ interiors and fabrics, there’ll always be a substance that manages to find its way into […]

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Why not putting oil in your engine can actually be a slippery slope

The role oil plays in your car’s engine is vitally important, and not keeping an eye on your motor’s oil levels – as well as regularly changing the stuff at the prescribed intervals – can cause excess wear and even engine failure. Just like your bones need cartilage to freely move, your engine needs oil […]

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