If you think of the components under the bonnet as an orchestra, the timing belt is the conductor. If it isn’t functioning properly, the ‘orchestra’ goes out of tune. So for the good of the whole engine, you should have the timing belt checked regularly.
Lifespans vary, depending on the vehicle, and most manufacturers have a recommended replacement interval - usually around 60,000km or five years.
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On wet roads, premium tyres can decrease your stopping distance.