Cambridge is a city of iconic landmarks, beautiful scenery and one of the most desired tourist’s destinations in the whole country, and recently an area of great traffic problems, so why is that? First of all one reason is that during holidays, especially in the summertime many people flood the narrow streets to sightsee, go… Continue reading Cambridge Traffic Problems and the new guided bus way in Coton
The Daimler was possibly one of the hardest and most challenging rebuilds of any car in Chris’ whole career; it was described as a journey yet was also so satisfying giving this iconic automobile life again. The rebuild required diligent thinking, and was very educational being a fantastic experience to gain knowledge from. This… Continue reading The rebuild of the 1934 model saloon Daimler 15 by Chris Bentley
In 2017 we at Wallis and Son celebrated a fantastic 80 years in business, from 1937 we have been in the motor industry growing day, by day with our garage situated in Barton, on the outskirts of Cambridge which was built in 1984. Wallis and Son are a family business currently run by the… Continue reading Wallis and son, 80 years in the motor trade.
One word. Iconic. That simply sums up the experience and atmosphere at Goodwood revival. Being in partner with rolex for this fantastic day further adds to the exclusivity and classy feeling to these beautiful automobiles. With this event tailored to the highlights of the past, it rejuvenates the great British spirit even including a vintage… Continue reading Goodwood revival a wonderful day of classic cars.
When taking a car on a long journey car journey the first thing on everybody’s list should be to check their levels. But unfortunately for young and inexperienced drivers this can seem quite challenging furthermore this may make them sceptical and second guess whether they want to even go away or delay it by booking… Continue reading How to check your own levels before a trip away
When checking your tyre depths you must be aware of the legal limits. The minimum legal requirements for your tread depths is 1.6 millimetres, but of course for safety reasons and to avoid a fine for leaving it too late, it is recommended to get them checked way before the legal limit is reached. Checking… Continue reading How to check your tyre depths
We are living in an age where technology is advancing quicker than ever. From new Tesla models breaking boundaries to what we would have never thought to be possible only half a century ago. To direct trains which can get you from one end of the country to another in only 3-4 hours, and especially… Continue reading Future of travel in the UK
When thinking of the new wave of hybrid and electric engines taking over, we can really see why. It is much better for the environment, it is a lot more practical and with all the extra added features diesel struggles to offer, with Tesla leading the charge we start to question, is it over… Continue reading Future of diesel vehicles, is it coming to an end?
With electric vehicles’ currently sky-rocketing with popularity in the motor industry, many questions have been raised whether they are safe on the roads to how safe are they to work on. As with such rapid growth, many people have not had the opportunity to understand how they are different to a more normal car, running… Continue reading Hybrid and fully electric vehicles are they safe to work on?
In the winter driving conditions at times can be difficult at the best of times, from slippery roads to it getting darker quicker at night, driving in the winter is no easy task compared to the summer just a couple months ago. In the winter you must respect your environment and not take the… Continue reading How to stay safe in winter on the roads