Thame Driving Blog

    We continue to part 3 of our Car Clean Challenge

    Thame Driving Blog

    About 2 years ago I was approached by several customers about information that we know as "motor industry experts" but is unknown to the wider public.

    I thought that knowing what to do to pass your MOT or how to claim money back if you hit a pothole was easy information to find. Apparently not, and anayway when it comes to cars and motoring, what I have found is that there is alot of guff and untruths out there. The feeling I got was that people want to listen to people that they trust.

    So....I started writing articles about useful motoring information, amusing tales and local information. I now send this out to over 2,000 people on a monthly basis along with other motor related emails and generally get really good feedback. In fact what happens now is that my readers are now telling me what to write about.

    I hope you enjoy the articles and if there is a particular topic you want to know about then please let me know.

    Nick

    For the last couple of weeks we’ve been sending you ideas for getting children to do your dirty work for you.

    Ideally your own, though it’s not essential.

    Giving kids a bit of extra pocket money in exchange for a nice clean car is a transaction that dates back to the days of Henry Ford.

    But in a world of digital entertainment it’s becoming a bit of a lost art, so we’ve been trying to reignite the youthful entrepreneurial spirit with our series of simple child-friendly car care guides.

    Really they’re just a little hook to get the ball rolling, and we’re sure that once they start to get their hands dirty and crossed with silver, they’ll be looking for more ways to be ‘helpful’ around the house.

    >> Here’s the 3rd video in the series of 4 <<

    The mysterious gloved hands are out in force again in this 15 second video; are you any closer to guessing who they belong to?

    Here’s to a weekend of clean driving.