I thought to post this as a girl 2 doors down had her 'cambelt' (timing belt) rupture or break a couple or 3 years ago, she was so lucky as she was in the slow lane of M1 & manged to steer off, she has never driven since as the result. Mine was changed last week so posting this as a reminder type post. If a cambelt goes on on any car thats it, everything shouts down instantly, if you have power steering, no power, no brake power nothing, if your going uphill you will come to a halt & start to roll backwards, all power to brakes has gone. The sudeness & unexpected onset of it if it happens just creats total confusion, worst of all is that not everyone is aware of the cambelt change neccesity, the girl I mentioned knew nothing of their existance. Most need changing at around 60k upwards, those who use cars for dogs can build up mileage very quickley, so, no more to say about cept its an essential service component at around 60k upwards.