Nissan Winter health check for only £20

For a limited time only! Don't wait until Winter's set in.

It's time to start preparing your Nissan for Winter!

For only £20 we will check:

  • Tyre conditions and pressures
  • Brake fluid check and top-up
  • Coolant check up and top-up
  • Steering and suspension check
  • Exhaust system check
  • Battery check
  • Check all lighting is working as it should
  • Washer top up and check wiper condition
  • Brake check

You will also recieve a free Nissan Winter kit worth £10.99 which consists of:

  • Holts screenwash concentrate (1 litre)
  • Holts de-icer (600ml)
  • Bug shifter sponge
  • De-mister pad
  • Ice Scraper

Nissan’s tips for winter driving

  1. Don’t just rely on the radio for announcements about accidents, road closures, and road advisories. Use modern methods such as Twitter to hear the latest updates. Many councils and the Highways Agency have ‘Twitter Gritter’ feeds to tell followers the latest information on road conditions.
  2. Top up the washer fluid bottle while it is warmer, but make sure you use a higher concentration of fluid to water than usual, to prevent freezing. Then give the washers a good squirt so the stronger fluid can reach the pipes and nozzle.
  3. Everyone knows the advice to take a survival pack if you think there’s a risk you may become stranded. Warm clothing, a phone (with charger) and plenty of fuel are the obvious items. It’s sensible to keep some long-life food in the car too.
  4. It’s obvious that you should gauge your speed carefully in snow and ice – but don’t drive too slowly or you’ll lose your momentum, especially up hills.
  5. Black ice is invisible, and can be deadly. When the temperature dips, be especially wary of roads alongside misty, open fields. If you see an accident, car-shaped hole in a hedge or fresh crumpled car debris up ahead in the road, slow to a crawling pace – it could have been caused by slippery roads.
  6. If you have a vehicle with four-wheel drive, don’t get overconfident and rely on its abilities to get you out of a problem. The traction and force created by all four wheels driving instead of two helps you get going, but does not help you stop any faster.
  7. Running the engine on your driveway to demist the windows is sometimes essential – as long as you don’t leave it unattended. But while you are not moving, turn off all unnecessary drains on the electrical system so the fans and heating elements can work more efficiently.
  8. If you’re driving a Nissan LEAF electric car this winter, you can be the envy of all your neighbours. Remember to set your climate control timer via your iPhone or computer before you go to bed and you’ll wake up to a car which is warm and defrosted!

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