Delamere Motors - Blogs

What is the future of the taxi industry?

When was the last time you rang a cab company to book a taxi? Or, the last time you got into a cab at a taxi rank? It was probably a while ago, wasn’t it? It’s probably due to multiple reasons – maybe you have a car or maybe you’ve downloaded Uber? T... Read More

9th January 2018


3 winter preparation tips

Winter is one of our favourite times of the year, you can sing cheesy Christmas songs at the top of your lungs in your car, you can grab a Christmas coffee to drink during your road trips and most of us are going to get extra days off work! What isn’... Read More

30th November 2017


This is how Brexit could affect the motor industry

Ahhh Brexit, the cringey, embarrassing and rather confusing political conundrum of the century. While it’s still too early to see if it’s a good or bad thing for the UK we can definitely tell you about what could potentially happen to the industry wh... Read More

2nd November 2017


Female Motor Bloggers Taking Over!

Ten years ago, the job titles ‘social media influencer’ and ‘blogger’ didn’t exist but in 2017 it’s the preferred source of information. People trust other people’s opinions more than they trust marketing ploys, which is understandable. If you can re... Read More

9th October 2017


4 essential summer car checks

Every summer we make plans for holidays and days out with the preferred mode of transport being our cars. With our cars being used more often for longer trips in the summer we’re at a higher risk of breaking down. Nobody wants to be stuck on the moto... Read More

11th August 2017


How to avoid driving when tired

It’s not hard to realise that driving when you’re tired can be dangerous. It can be particularly stressful at different times of the year, for instance at Christmas, during the school holidays or when you’re going to visit people. But despite all of ... Read More

27th July 2017


3 things you can do to prepare your car for the summer

Things have been quite tense in the UK recently but things seem to be looking up as summer is here and that means longer days, warmer weather and lots of exciting plans. However, if you’re planning to use your car for road trips and to drive yourself... Read More

6th June 2017


What happens after a failed MOT?

It’s important that drivers understand the significance of their MOT test. It is primarily designed to ensure your vehicle is safe to be on the road. Every car must pass an MOT test each year once it is three years old. In this article, Delamere Moto... Read More

5th April 2017


New speeding fines and what they mean for you

An important part of being a sensible driver is staying up to date on the latest road safety changes being made. The chances are that things will have changed since you passed your test. Something that has just changed is the way speeding crimes are ... Read More

16th May 2017


Car breakdown? How to stay safe when you’ve broken down on the Motorway

An important part of being a sensible driver is staying up to date on the latest road safety changes being made. The chances are that things will have changed since you passed your test. Something that has just changed is the way speeding crimes are ... Read More

5th March 2017


Top Tips for buying your first car

Have you been saving your pennies in the hope of cashing them in to purchase a car? Chances are if this is you then you’ll have worked hard for your money and will be wanting to make sure you get the best value for money possible. There are so many o... Read More

17th February 2017


5 Signs you need a Car Service

Most manufacturers would recommend that you get your car serviced annually, to prevent the need for major repairs, dust or dirt affecting the system and make sure all the necessary fluid levels are topped up properly! It’s not required by law, like y... Read More

16th November 2016


How to Check your Tyres Correctly

There are a number of things we have to do to keep our cars running like clockwork, from filling it up with petrol to getting its annual MOT done, it’s all part of a process. But one thing that is often overlooked is checking that your tyres are in g... Read More

15th November 2016


How to Book Online

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