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In 1983, Halfords opened their first out-of-town superstore and launched this logo with the 'o' looking like a bolt pin.
In 1994, the font of the 'bolt pin' logo was slightly updated.
In 2001, Halfords dropped the blue, white and red branding, in favour of a new black and orange logo, but it did not come into effect until 2003. This added tweaks, like changing from uppercase to lowercase and changing the 'o' from a bolt into a tyre.
A modified logo was introduced in June 2016, the letters were cleaned up with noticeable changes to 'f', 'r', and 's'.