It's now been over a month since the Government said "you must stay at home" to slow the spread of the coronavirus. And MoneySavers with motors have been asking us – and each other via the MSE Forum – how to keep their car in good nick if it's not being driven much, or at all, during lockdown. They want to avoid having to shell out for repairs when the restrictions are lifted.
Now, although we're experts in MoneySaving (so can help you save money on MOTs, car insurance etc), we're not mechanics so can't claim to know everything when it comes to car maintenance. That's why we roped in the AA, Green Flag and RAC to help with this, and though they didn't quite agree on everything we've done our best to summarise their combined wisdom.
How to stop your car battery from going flat - MSE Team Blog discussion
edited 18 May at 11:48PM in Coronavirus support and help
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