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2019 is here!

So here we are at the start of 2019 and let’s start off by acknowledging the likelihood that many of us will have over done it over the festive period and now at the beginning of January...thinking about a few New Years Resolutions to help us recover from the excesses (whether they be food, drink or credit card hangovers)! Unfortunately, Strathclyde Windscreens can’t help you [...]

Christmas Driving Safety!

So here we are Christmas Eve and most of us looking forward to the food, drink, presents and festivities over the next few days! It doesn’t look like it’s going to be a white Christmas across Strathclyde with weather expected to be around 7-8 degrees and a chance of rain. So driving conditions won’t be treacherous, but they won’t be ideal either. However, Christmas can [...]

Brexit and your car

Well, it’s pretty hard to avoid the talk of Brexit lately, it remains a hot topic and will no doubt be the cause of more than a few crossed words over the turkey this year. So much is still speculation and unknown. With every news headline on political turmoil it seems more and more likely that there might be a no-deal Brexit. But will this [...]

How to reduce car ownership costs

There is a lot of talk in the media about the future of car ownership, with many experts predicting that car ownership rates will decline in the future as electric, driverless cars take over, a bit like in Total Recall. Whilst it’s certainly possible that this may happen in our lifetimes, car ownership rates remain high (almost 0.5 cars for every person in the UK) [...]

Are we a nation of bad drivers?

At Strathclyde Windscreens, we see our fair share of windscreen cracks and chips that frankly, could have been avoided. And to be honest, we could probably generalise that to most car damage and even wear and tear, to an extent. As new drivers, we all start out with the very best intentions don’t we? Okay, well maybe most of us. However a study done this [...]

Most common Driving Misdemeanors

We are all guilty of a few driving transgressions from time to time. Mostly, it’s not a case of willful law breaking or neglect but rather being short of time or too much on our plates. Most of us use our cars everyday so naturally we take them for granted. Little things go wrong with our cars and we know we need to deal with [...]