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I have two old cars registered with your website (2008 diesel Ford Focus and 2005 petrol Nissan Almera). I would like to know if they will likely fail their next MoT. Can you let me know what the changes...
Our car's DPF is blocked. I've have tried regenerating it by running it down the motorway, but it's had no effect. Is there anything else I can do?
I've always used Shell V Plus diesel in my Range Rover TDV8, with 160,000 miles on it. My neighbour said it was a waste of money, so I switched to Asda diesel. My car now has worse fuel economy and runs...
I would like to purchase a 2014 or 2015 Audi SQ5. For those years, they only come in diesel and my budget doesn’t stretch to the newer petrol versions. Is this a good idea, considering the new MoT regulations...
I'm a field service engineer and I'm looking for a new car. If you could buy any car (estate, saloon or hatchback), what would you choose? It would have to be a diesel though.
Can using AdBlue get rid of all NOx from exhaust emissions?
I have a 2015 Vauxhall Insignia. I’ve only had the car just over a year, but a couple of weeks ago it broke down with white smoke belting out the back of the exhaust. The car is now at Arnold Clark. I...
I have a 2008 Volkswagen Golf 2.0 TDI. It is not fitted with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) as standard so how will the May 2018 MoT changes affect this type of car?
I'm looking to buy a 2016, second-hand, Euro6 diesel Hyundai Tucson for around £22,000. I want to keep it for five years or more. With all the confusion surrounding diesel cars, is this a sensible buy?
Is it smart to buy a diesel car?
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