The SMMT has released figures of Britain’s most popular car colour with the grey dominating the list. According to the study, out of the 1.63 million new cars sold in the UK last year, 397,197 (24.3%) sported grey paint followed by black (19.9%), and white (17.4%). Elsewhere, the most popular car colour 2020 list gives a familiar sense, with Blue takes the fourth spot. Subsequently, we have red, silver, orange, green – in the opposite order to 2019 – yellow and bronze.
After Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced third national Lockdown starting from January 5th,2021, the AA warned drivers to keep their vehicles serviced, and MOT’d during the Lockdown 3.
Every car has to reach the end of its practicality one day. When that happens, you have to scrap it and inform the Driving and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) to get the car scrapped title. The DVLA issues the certificate of destruction once the Authorized Treatment Facility (ATF) completes its job.
We, Helios Spectra, Trichy, went to D.M Nursery & Primary school, Palankovil village, Thiruvanamalai on 7th September 2020. We offered the audio system to the school and snacks to the children. It is really happy for being part of this celebration.
Believe in change:
Second Business Year:
This pandemic taught us, “In a blink, everything can be change upside-down, there is no CONSTANT”. Even then, we still believe in change! The second business year completion makes to remember how far we have gone through on this great occasion. It is not a one-person army. It is completely team effort to move without a stumble.
Contrary to a decline in used cars prices with age, this year we saw an unusual rise in their value mainly due to pandemic. The demand for secondhand cars increased owing to people avoiding public transport. Moreover, people who had the jobs and money had used it to buy vehicles because they couldn’t go on holiday. Considering this situation, we advise you to stay vigilant with vehicle enquiry and run a car check before selling or purchasing a used vehicle.
The buying and selling of vehicles in the UK received yet another blow after the prime minister addressed the press on Sunday, 20 December. Due to a sudden upsurge in COVID-19 cases and coronavirus’s potential to grow swiftly across the region, Boris Johnson has introduced new tier 4 restrictions in London, the southeast and east of England.
Used car prices soared gradually since the start of the initial lockdown, back in March. Early reports hinted at a lack of demand because most people had to remain in their homes. However, the used car market dealers soon started reporting a surge in sales.
Buying a new set of wheels is a daunting task. One that can cost you big time both mentally and monetarily if not handled appropriately. For your peace of mind, you need to follow specific assessments, the first of which is the free UK vehicle history check.
While it is crucial to service your vehicle regularly, the UK car servicing interval can be different for different automobiles. Typically, the service intervals are six, nine, and twelve months. If you want to notice how long your car can go without service, check the factory-recommended maintenance schedule. You can find it on your car’s owner manual or service booklet.