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You advised me of problems with Saab diesel engines and also potential problems with the DPF on a 1-year-old ex-demonstrator Subaru Legacy. After more research I purchased a new Mazda 6 TS2 with the 2.2...
I am relocating to North Yorkshire with a commute through the Yorkshire Dales. I assume I will need a four-wheel drive for the snow in winter? If so, is a 4WD car sufficient or should I look at an SUV?...
I have just read with interest your reply to JG, Fleet, regarding the switching off of ESP in snow and ice. I own a rear-wheel drive Lexus IS 250 automatic, not the best combination for snow. Whilst the...
Our fantastic Jeep is sadly coming to the end of its life. We need to replace it with something equally good in the snow (we live in Scotland). The Jeep would take us through anything when other four-wheel...
Over the cold spell mine and a number of other 308 owners have experienced a failure of the wash facility for the screen. When i enquired at the local dealer the receptionist explained that it would have...
I took your advice about getting winter tyres for our C-MAX which is now wonderful in snow and want to get winter tyres for our Hyundai i10. The only ones available (from Germany) are "XL" which I think...
We are senior citizens living in a pea shingle road on a slight hill and have trouble getting out in snowy conditions. We are considering chains or autosocks or an economical 4x4. We are about 300yds...
Like most of the country we've had severe problems getting around in recent weather conditions. We live on the southern side of Dartmoor, about halfway up the moor, with an uphill lane as a drive, with...
Visiting German in laws this week in my '97 Astra estate, I bought four Uniroyal MS Plus 66 winter tyres (195/55 R 15 85H fitted, balanced, new valves) for Euros 441.56 - that's 375.12 UK pounds at a branch...
I have a motorhome and was wondering if Autosocks would work well on wet and muddy grass.
 

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