• Coping with Car-tastrophies: Coolant Leaks

    This may be a bit of an overshare, but we’re all friends here so I’ll just rip this little gem of an icebreaker off and cut to the chase. Now grocery shopping doesn’t do much for me at the best of times. Until it becomes socially acceptable to swill complimentary Vodka Fire Engines and sing

  • Squealing belts

    Squealing belts

    You don’t need to be a cast member of Top Gear to respect cars for the impressive mechanical inventions they are.  Our organic human anatomy is weak by comparison, too small too match the velocity of a 2000kg speeding chunk of metal.  We depend on our cars to be the strong ones of the relationship

  • Exhaust Emisions

    Exhaust Emisions

    Let’s face it. You’re highly unlikely to win friends and influence people while you’re near asphyxiating them with visibly offensive fumes escaping your rear end. I can practically feel the blistering warmth of your blushed cheeks from here, possibly shamefully recollecting montage of past scenarios where you involuntarily released gas potent enough to jeopardise friendship