Modern vehicles come with an assortment of warning and information lights. It's time to brush up on your car’s other warning signs beyond the regular fuel, oil, water and tyre warning lights before the Easter weekend holiday break.

According to Motor Industry Workshop Association (MIWA) chair Dewald Ranft, the rule of thumb is that red warning lights need immediate action and amber, orange and other colour lights often mean it’s not urgent but you need to set up an appointment with a workshop soon...

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