Top Tips: How to Clean Your Car Windscreen

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This month, 1st Call Windscreens will be covering how to clean your car’s windscreen, including a thorough exterior and interior step-by-step guide to ensure your car is left sparkling and is ready for your next journey.  Equipment needed to clean your external windscreen: Old overalls An alcohol-based glass cleaner (avoid ammonia-based cleaners as this can…

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MOT: New Rules Around Coronavirus

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  In light of the current pandemic, the government announced a six-month MOT extension for all vehicle owners, effective March 30th. Not only does this stop customers having to visit garages during lockdown, it also means that logistics chains and other vehicle-centric operations can carry on without worry. This much-needed measure will come as a…

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How to clean a car to reduce the risk of coronavirus?

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In these trying times, everyone is taking a little more care to be clean and hygienic to slow the spread of coronavirus. While everyone is staying at home as much as we can, there are occasions when we have to leave the house and travel by car – this includes if we are an essential…

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What to Include in a Winter Car Kit

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No one likes winter driving. Whether you’re constantly having to dip your full beam, travelling at a snail’s pace due to fear of ice, or genuinely worried your hands might fuse with the steering wheel if they get any colder, it’s safe to say that we’d prefer to be doing just about anything else. But winter…

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Top 10 Winter Car Checks

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It’s not always fun being a motorist in winter, so we need to make doubly sure that our vehicles are road-ready. To help with this, 1st Call Windscreens have put together a list of the 10 most important winter car checks. Get a winter service First things first – get your car in for a…

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