The insider workings of a modern motor vehicle is incredibly complex. This makes it very difficult for the average car owner to check the oil and water.
Here at All Trans Autos Ltd we offer free level checks;
- Oil Level
- Water Level
- Tyre Pressures
- Tyre Tread Depths
- Screen Wash
- Wiper Blades
- Lights and Bulbs
This simple health check ensures you are safe and legal on the road.
To look inside your car and how it works and to see why it is so important to maintain your car properly check out our ‘Explore Your Car’ page.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us on 01206 576641 or email us at email@example.com
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Here at All Trans Autos Ltd we can carry out a FREE battery, charging and starting system test. call us on 01206 576641
Explosions that save lives
Bosch devices prevent electric shock when electric vehicles are involved in accidents
Bosch microchips control small explosive charges attached to electric vehicles’ batteries and isolate the power supply in the event of a collision.
More safety for vehicle occupants, rescue crews, and first responders.
Bosch semiconductor chips reliably deploy airbags as well.
With more and more electric cars on the road, many drivers are increasingly uncertain
what they should do or not do in the event of a collision. Electric motors also present rescue crews with new challenges. In fact, like any other vehicle, electric vehicles are equipped with safety features for such events. For example, Bosch semiconductors help prevent the risk of electric shock after an accident. Specially designed microchips deactivate the vehicle’s power circuits in a fraction of a second. This enables rescue crews to set to work immediately and ensures that first responders and the vehicle’s occupants remain safe. “Our semiconductor technology plays a vital role in the safety of hybrid and electric vehicles,” says Jens Fabrowsky, member of the executive management of Bosch’s Automotive Electronics division. Bosch supplies vehicle manufacturers with semiconductor chips for incorporation in special systems that safely disconnect the battery in the event of a collision. “Faced with the growing number of electric vehicles that could potentially be involved in collisions, such systems are absolutely essential if we are to fulfill our mission of helping and rescuing victims of road accidents as rapidly and safely as possible,” adds Karl-Heinz Knorr, vice-president of the German firefighters association (DFV).
„Our semiconductor technology plays a vital role in the safety of hybrid and electric vehicles.“ Jens Fabrowsky, member of the executive management of Bosch’s Automotive Electronics division