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Motorists advised to check their tread to improve road safety   Print  
Cars with illegal tread depths risk significantly longer stopping distances, particularly on wet roads Tuesday, 28th October 2008

As Tyre Safety Month concludes, TyreSafe encourages motorists to check their tread depth to remain safe on the road this winter

With one of the wettest summers on record, TyreSafe, the UK’s leading tyre safety organisation, is reminding drivers to check their tyre tread depth to stay safe on the roads this winter. Recent figures issued by the Department of Transport revealed that in 2007, November was the month which saw the highest number of personal injury accidents. To help reduce the figure this November, TyreSafe is reminding motorists to check tyre pressure and tread depth at least once a month to ensure their safety on the wet roads.


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Hereford MG Rover and MINI owners get affordable specialist expertise   Print  
Hereford Autocare has become one of a growing number of XPart AutoService Centres in the country to offer specialist MINI and MG Rover servicing. Monday, 27th October 2008

MG Rover and New MINI owners in Hereford and surrounding areas can now receive more affordable specialist vehicle servicing and repairs for their cars, as Hereford Autocare has joined the growing number of XPart AutoService centres to offer specialist servicing for MG Rover and New MINI. The network contains more than 250 garages across the UK and provides specialist MG Rover and New MINI service and repair at affordable aftermarket rates.


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Delphi announces two new modules for Delphi Service Centres   Print  
Friday, 24th October 2008

Two modules successfully launched with two additional modules planned in 2008

Delphi is expanding its Delphi Service Centre (DSC) offering to include new modules for petrol engine management and chassis, which will be available in late 2008. Combined with the successful launch of Diesel Point and Air Conditioning, the new modules demonstrate that Delphi is delivering on its commitment to provide the training, diagnostics, technology and support needed to take advantage of significant service opportunities in the aftermarket.


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Delphi and Autocom AB join forces on diagnostic development and growth   Print  
Friday, 24th October 2008

Delphi and Autocom AB announced that they will further strengthen their existing relationship, following discussions initiated in early 2008 to jointly invest in diagnostic development teams and resources.  Dedicated Autocom engineers will be based within key Delphi facilities in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) to work with Delphi’s own engineering and service operation teams on targeted diagnostic development projects. The joint team will work to apply Delphi’s sizeable OE knowledge and technology to its range of diagnostic tools.


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Next Generation heavy duty fuel system launched by Delphi at IAA CV Show   Print  
Delphi is one of the world?s largest suppliers of diesel fuel injection systems, with a comprehensive portfolio that includes common rail systems for light, medium and heavy duty applications. Thursday, 2nd October 2008

New system combines the flexibility of common rail with world-leading 3,000 bar pressure

Hannover, Germany – Delphi Corp. (PINKSHEETS: DPHIQ) is launching its first common rail system for high durability medium and heavy duty applications. Combining the flexibility of rail-based fuel management with the world-leading ultra high pressures that Delphi achieves with its proven Electronic Unit Injection (EUI) technology, the new remote pump and distributed pump common rail systems provide a highly effective and affordable path through Euro VI, post US10, post Japan PNLTR and beyond.


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Greater service options for MINI owners   Print  
MINI owners now have a wider choice of service options, as XPart?s AutoService centre network has expanded into MINI servicing. Wednesday, 1st October 2008

XPart offers specialist servicing for New MINI owners at affordable prices

New MINI owners now have a wider choice of servicing options than ever before, following the expansion of XPart’s AutoService centre network into New MINI servicing. As a result, they will be able to access high levels of customer service, diagnostics and repair for their cars at more affordable aftermarket rates.


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Motorists continue to put lives at risk by failing to keep tyres properly inflated   Print  
Tyre Safety Month takes place throughout October Monday, 29th September 2008

As October’s Tyre Safety Month begins, TyreSafe advises motorists to check their tyre pressures and stay safe on the roads

Motorists are continuing to put their own lives, as well as those of passengers and other road users at risk by ignoring the dangers of incorrect tyre inflation. The warning has been issued by TyreSafe, the UK’s leading tyre safety organisation, as it launches October’s Tyre Safety Month. The latest statistics released by the Department for Transport show that illegal, defective or under-inflated tyres were a contributory factor in the death of 43 motorists in 2007, and played a part in a further 984 accidents. New research conducted by TyreSafe has highlighted the scale of the problem, with more than half of motorists surveyed admitting that they had not checked their tyre pressure in the last month, the maximum period recommended by TyreSafe between pressure checks.


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Advanced tool control system offers total tool traceability   Print  
ITC is already helping many leading companies strengthen and enhance their existing tool control and anti-FOD procedures, including Rolls Royce in Derby, where the system is installed at its Customer Delivery Centre. Thursday, 25th September 2008

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Aero-Engine Expo 2008 to showcase next-generation Intelligent Tool Control Solution with proximity access and modular construction to support in-house maintenance

Zeroshift will be demonstrating the second generation of its revolutionary Intelligent Tool Control (ITC) product at this year's Aero-Engine Expo in Paris. Driven by customer feedback, the control architecture – now available in a separate slot-in module – will allow users to schedule maintenance without removing the entire tool cabinet from the production environment.


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Car repair bills to be slashed with Caparo Rightfuel   Print  
 Rightfuel from Caparo replaces a vehicle?s existing fuel filler cap to prevent misfuel incidents Thursday, 25th September 2008

Innovative fuel filler device prevents costly misfuel incidents

Drivers faced with expensive repair bills following misfuel incidents can now take preventative measures with the launch of Rightfuel, an innovative, simple, low-cost device from Caparo, that physically stops the wrong type of fuel being added to diesel cars and light commercial vehicles. According to the AA, the number of the motorists who put the wrong type of fuel in their car in the UK has doubled over the last ten years, and now affects an estimated 150,000 drivers.


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Caparo?s Rightfuel could have spared Rooney?s roadside blushes   Print  
Wayne Rooney became one of the 150,000 people who are estimated to incorrectly fill their diesel cars with wrong type of fuel each year Wednesday, 24th September 2008

Wayne Rooney could have spared himself the embarrassment of being rescued from the hard shoulder of the M62 earlier this week if his car had been fitted with Rightfuel, a misfuel prevention device from Caparo. Rightfuel, being launched tomorrow (25th September) at the Green Fleet Awards in London, prevents the wrong type of fuel being added to diesel vehicles. On Monday, the Manchester United and England star filled his wife’s £90,000 diesel Range Rover Sport V8 with unleaded petrol, causing it to stop just one mile later. Rooney now faces a repair bill of up to £6,000 which could have been avoided with this simple device.


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