You may have seen a few of my previous blog posts about my Land Rover Discovery. I originally bought this vehicle as my daily/tow vehicle. In order for a vehicle to be a good daily/towing vehicle in my eyes it needs to be reliable, and it turns out that this particular one wasn’t, with the… Continue Reading Farewell Land Rover!
Just over a week ago Lucy and I went to visit family, and we decided to take the Discovery. All was going well until we were driving home and I swore that I could hear a high pitched whining. I tried pointing it out to Lucy and initially she said she couldn’t hear it, but… Continue Reading The Hauler gets hauled.
Firstly if you’re from outside the UK and don’t know what an MOT is, its a series of checks that any vehicle thats on the UK roads must undergo every 12 months in order to ensure that the vehicle is still roadworthy. If your vehicle fails for what ever reason you must get the issues… Continue Reading Getting the Hauler (Discovery) through its MOT
In my previous post you might remember I mentioned that Lucy and I went on a road trip up to Shildon to pick up a welded diff. What I didn’t mention was what happened when we set off to head home. As we hopped back in the Discovery to come home, I turned on the… Continue Reading Let there be light!
In July I wrote about the reasons why I had bought a land Rover Discovery. All was going well for a few weeks, I was using it on a daily basis to get to and from work and even used it one weekend to visit family on the south coast of England… sadly this is… Continue Reading My first time spannering on the Land Rover
In September 2017, I bought my first proper daily driver after several years of being part of the “daily driven drift car” crew. The daily in question was an E36 BMW 316i Compact, and for all intents and purposes was a great little car. I bought it cheap, and as a result it had a… Continue Reading Why I bought a Discovery