Liverpool is an exciting city, rammed full of landmarks, hotels, restaurants and shopping. Plan your visit now with our guide to cheap car parking in Liverpool.
Finding the right place to buy your next car shouldn’t be a chore. Here’s why you should make Motor Range car supermarket your first stop
Buying a car is a big decision. At Motor Range we aim to make it as easy and comfortable as possible. Here’s our tips for which car finance option to choose
Winter tyres should be used as soon as the temperature drops below 7C. Find out from Motor Range why winter tyres are not just good for driving on ice.
Make winter mornings that bit more bearable with all the essential do’s and don’ts on how to deice your car. Discover the rights, wrongs and absolute no-nos!
Our winter driving and winter car safety tips will help you stay safe in the Liverpool snow. Book a winter safety check and FREE winter car kit with Motor Range

Congratulations on your new car! Time to take it out on the road to see what it can do. Make sure that you choose a route worthy of your virgin drive with fascinating sights, challenging corners and let-loose straight runs to make it memorable.

With autumn upon us and the nights and temperatures drawing in, it’s time to take stock and consider how best to keep ourselves safe on the roads. Changing seasons bring very different road conditions: not to mention the need to winter-proof our vehicles and perhaps our driving styles. Here are our top tips for safe autumn driving.
Fitting a car seat is an absolutely crucial, indeed legally required, part of of parenthood. You should take true care when fitting the seat and ensure that you consult both the manufacturers instructions and your car’s user manual. Worryingly, a study conducted by Good Egg Safety, revealed that 60% of UK car seats are not installed correctly. This severely jeopardises the safety of your child and should be avoided at all costs.

The potholes on Britain’s roads are presenting potential safety hazards and causing vehicle damage. As moisture in the cracks of the road freeze, it expands and causes potholes. The structure of the road is damaged further when cars drive over the potholes. The holes become bigger as the structure below the surface layer is damaged. Adverse weather conditions such as wet-dry and freeze-thaw cycles, that repeatedly occur, make the situation worse.

A number of tyre and wheel problems can result from hitting a pothole. Wheels can crack or buckle, and lumps can develop in the tyres from the initial impact. Also, alloys crack and wheel balancing and tracking are misaligned. Potholes have caused drivers to lose control of a vehicle and become involved in accidents. Here are some top tips to help you avoid potholes...