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If you often feel anxious or stressed whilst driving, this can not only affect your confidence behind the wheel, but also affect your safety and concentration leading you to be put off driving altogether.
With the majority of Brits staying in their homes during lockdown and limiting travel during winter, cars across the country may be sitting unused for a long time. Lack of use can cause lasting damage to your vehicle, so before storing it away for hibernation, it’s essential to ensure that the car is fully prepared to avoid any issues when it comes out of storage.
As per the Government’s advice to stay safe and stay home during the pandemic, many of us reduced our amount of driving or even stopped altogether. Long periods of time away from driving can lead to drivers feeling a bit rusty behind the wheel. This can happen whether you’re a veteran driver or just passed your test.
The current coronavirus lockdown may mean your vehicle is off the road for three weeks or more. So we thought it’d be useful to offer you a few tips on how to keep it safe and roadworthy for whenever you need it – and for when the lockdown is lifted.
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