With a third (28%) of families* saying they will take the family car abroad this summer, Halfords is offering peace of mind with its new 6-point summer check.
Available at Halfords stores and Halfords Autocentres, staff will check screenwash and top up for free, and check oil, blades, bulbs and the battery and air-con to keep you cool.
What do they check?
With a Halfords car health check we look at 6 things:
- The battery
- Light bulbs
- Windscreen wipers
- Oil levels
- Screen wash levels
- Air conditioning
Why do they check these areas?
All these areas can be common problems – they affect us all and are crucial to your car’s performance and your safety. It’s important to know that:
- A battery failure is one of the main reasons why people call a breakdown service, so
What with holidays just around the corner, if you’re looking for something to do, maybe this free bike workshop will appeal. This Easter, Halfords is helping kids get bike savvy by hosting entry-level bike workshops for children, worth £10 per head, at 420 of its stores nationwide, each Wednesday of the school Easter holidays.
Over 48,000 children and parents have benefitted from this free-of-charge workshop that teaches 7-11 year-olds the basics of things to check on their bike. The session is ideal for kids who have little to no experience of bike maintenance and repair.
The workshop shows children – and their parents – the key things to check on a bike as well as advice on how to keep safe. The session provides a perfect starting point for children to go back home and, …