Monthly Archives : July 2021

  • People With Bad Credit Ratings Will Pay More For Popular Car Models

    Jul 01 2021

    If you have a poor credit rating and buy a popular model of car like the Ford Fiesta and the Ford Focus on finance, you may find yourself paying a lot more than you ought to. These two Ford cars are among the most popular models bought in recent years; but the credit experts at USwitch, an online comparison company that helps buyers compare prices for finance, personal finance, utilities and communications, say a bad credit rating will disadvantage you if you choose to buy your car under a credit agreement. A poor credit rating can even affect Ford battery prices if you pay for your purchase with a credit card rather than upfront. Thats because youre more likely to be charged a higher rate of interest for credit, and if you dont pay off your credit card in full each month, it will cost you more to pay for a Ford battery than it should.

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  • What Makes The 2021 Royal Enfield Meteor 350 A Great Choice For Beginners?

    Jul 02 2021

    One of the Royal Enfields strengths is its ability to produce motorcycles for people with a more modest budget. One such example of this achievement is their 2021 release of the Meteor 350. It has all the appeal of a classic with impressive features that are powered by a high-quality motorcycle battery. Anyone looking to own one will see that it is an enjoyable entry point to motorcycling with simple maintenance because you can easily find compatible motorcycle batteries in the UK.

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  • UK Government Updates On Travel Restrictions

    Jul 05 2021

    Some coronavirus restrictions are to remain in place, even with the success of the ongoing vaccination programme, to keep people safe from contracting and spreading the virus within their network. The latest restrictions were published at the end of March 2021 and then updated in June to make motorists aware of what they are permitted to do when using their leisure vehicles for travelling during holidays. Many leisure vehicle owners rely on Bosch leisure batteries for their high capacity and large output, which enables them to power the many onboard features. A Bosch battery, or any other battery brand, should meet the quality standards and offer reliable performance for vehicles all year round.

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  • Vauxhall Zafira: An Unforgettable Classic

    Jul 06 2021

    When the Vauxhall Zafira first went on sale in 2005, it was a perfect fit during its era. It made multi-purpose vehicles a lot more practical, affordable, and enjoyable to ride. If you’re looking to purchase one, you should know that it uses a Vauxhall Zafira car battery to power all its components. It is good practice to replace the Vauxhall battery if you’re buying a second-hand model to ensure that it will perform well when you use it.

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  • MAG Releases Data From Survey On Electrifying Motorcycles

    Jul 07 2021

    The UK aims to phase out fossil fuel-powered cars and vans by 2030. In light of this, the Government is also considering a ban on new motorcycles that use fossil fuels. A UK rider advocacy organisation recently polled 4,805 motorcyclists regarding this, and there is a consensus opposed to the shift. Traditional motorbikes use less fuel and smaller motorcycle batteries compared to electric bikes. And although motorbikes are not yet explicitly included in the ban, drivers will be forced to use a larger, more expensive type of motorcycle battery to power their engines if implemented.

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