Any person that has been driving regularly for more than a year or two has most likely experienced some form of car trouble – Whether that’s running out of fuel part way through a journey or getting a blown tyre when you least expect it – It is a surprisingly common occurrence for drivers to break down.
But how do you deal with it when that happens? Back in the “good old days”, drivers had to be part mechanic – If you couldn’t change a tyre or a spark plug yourself, you shouldn’t have been out driving. However it seems that nowadays drivers, particularly the younger generation, only ever check their oil once on their “Show Me/Tell Me” part of the driving test, and don’t bother to again.
Is this the end of car experts being behind the wheel? Let us know your thoughts?
Safe driving from Britannia!