Whether it’s crossing your hands when turning or putting your arm on the headrest when parking.
But a breakdown firm has revealed some habits could be costing owners thousands of pounds in repair bills for new clutches, fuel pumps and engines.
24/7 Home Rescue said millions of motorists are blissfully unaware how their regular routines are harming their vehicles.
And with the summer holiday getaway beginning, drivers are being advised to take greater care to avoid breaking down at the roadside.
Ranjen Gohri, from 24/7 Home Rescue, said: “We all have driving habits – some good, and some bad.
“And most Brit car owners realise that neglecting maintenance and ignoring dash warning lights are a bad thing.
“But in our experience very few understand that the actual way they drive their vehicle can also have a massive impact on its health.”
If you’re having trouble with any aspect of your boiler, home appliances or if you’re suffering from a home emergency such as an electrical breakdown, plumbing problem or security issue then be sure to get in touch with us.
You can face a hefty bill if something goes wrong at home so eliminate the possibility and speak to us today.
Call us on 0345 3192 247 and one of our friendly technical team will go through some simple diagnostics to see if your problem can be resolved over the phone. If not, we’ll send an engineer to be with you as soon as possible to ensure you’re back up and running in no time.
Britain woke up to temperatures of just -6C (21F) today as parts of the country faced hard frosts and freezing fog.
The first heavy snowfall of winter will hit Britain this weekend – with up to eight inches set to cover some areas.
Snow could fall as far south as the Midlands on Saturday and Sunday – and other areas face a soaking with up to an inch of rain forecast further south and west in England and Wales, bringing the risk of localised flooding. Read More >13/12/2018
Winter has well and truly arrived here in the UK. After a glorious (and very long!) summer, we’re finally bearing the brunt of the drop in temperature which means our energy bills are sure to sky-rocket.