There’s no escaping the fact that prices at the pumps have increased for drivers in recent months. The cost of filling up with both petrol and diesel has climbed, which may mean you’re looking for ways to reduce your fuel consumption if you can’t cut back on driving.
A growing number of councils around the UK are threatening motorists with fines for leaving their engines idling.
The future of diesel as a fuel for vehicles looks complicated at present – as, with DPF filter or not, the government have simultaneously set their scope on reducing emissions by moving diesel vehicles up a tax band whilst also suggesting that diesel is the right fuel for some drivers.
If you’re currently looking for a catalytic converter supplier to replace car parts, do make sure that your choice of company is above board and ticking all the right boxes, so you know that your vehicle meets European emission standards and complies with the regulations to which it was originally approved.
Learner drivers will gain valuable experience by being allowed to take lessons on the motorway following the change in law, Co-op Insurance has stated.
Diesel particulate filters (DPFs) have been mandatory in new diesel vehicles for almost a decade now and the vast majority of these kinds of vehicles will be fitted with a DPF.
As outlined in our previous blog article, catalytic converters are valuable commodities; mainly because they contain small amounts of valuable metals such as platinum and rhodium. In fact, some states of America have seen a recent spike of thefts from certain older models of SUV’s which are easier for the thieves to access because of their wheel height. In this article, we shall be explaining in-depth the main role, lifespan and noticeable signs of when they should be changed.