Had the car in for the first service since I bought it. Will try to keep the oil changes at a regular 6000 miles interval as required by the warranty I took with the car, and as advised by the manual. I've prepared a long list of things to check as the dealer in Swindon has offered to look at those. Some 'usual' wear and tear bits like castellated rear tyres (new set on order), 70% worn front brake pads and alignment needed. 2 bits they listed and unsure how to proceed are: a) clutch judder - was advised not to do anything unless the clutch starts slipping. But, this may be caused by b) over-adjusted hand brake In respect of b) I was advised to strip and readjust the rear brakes. How do you regulate handbrake on rear callipers? In 7th Generation it was by the bolt near the lever, right? How do I regulate it on 8th Generation? Now they said that the fact their over-adjusted means they are always braking slightly - would explain my low 40s MPG figures as well as the clutch judder. The clutch judder mainly occurs when reversing (but can happen in 1st) if I release the clutch pedal too sharply. It almost feels like the engine shaking in its mounts. So my suspicions are also on those mounts. What's the best way to inspect them? Took a pick of the top mount and it looks rusty. Am I facing a bigger issue here?