The Various Reasons to Keep Your Car in Roadworthy Condition at All Times


The fact that private car owners are only required to present a 'roadworthy' certificate when they want to sell their car means many car owners across Australia don't take roadworthiness as seriously as they should. Periodic roadworthy inspection is vital to ensuring the safety of all vehicles on the road, but it can also deliver other essential benefits, including: Improving your car's performance  Roadworthy inspection involves carrying out a wide range of tests to check if your car is in good working shape.

25 October 2018

The Typical Causes of 4 Wheel Drive Transmission Problems


One of the systems that are vital to the competency of your vehicle is the transmission system. When this system is failing, it will manifest in an assortment of ways, which can make it difficult for a newbie motorist to pinpoint the root of the problem. The longer this issue goes unchecked, the more money you will spend in both servicing as well as the replacement of damaged auto parts.

20 August 2018

Should You Pay For a Major Car Repair? Here's How to Decide


When your old Audi has served you well for years, it just seems natural to repay that favour by putting money into it when it needs repairs. However, if the repair in question is a major one, you may be wondering whether it's finally time to bid a fond farewell to your Audi. Here's what you'll want to consider when you're trying to decide if your car is ready to retire.

21 June 2018

Are Your Car Tyres Wearing Unevenly? Find Out Why


Your car tyres play a significant role when it comes to their life and performance, the handling or performance of your vehicle as well as your safety on the road. For this reason, it is essential for your car tyres to be in a perfect functioning condition all the time. Car tyres will wear down with time and call for a replacement. When your car tyres start wearing down, they should do so in a regular pattern.

20 April 2018

Why You Shouldn't Tow a Caravan without Fitting a Crucial Component to Your Vehicle First


Have you recently decided to spend holidays together as a family by exploring this vast land in a mobile caravan, instead of sitting in a nondescript resort? If so, you may be the proud owner of a new van and may be looking forward to many exciting adventures together this year. While you may have taken into account the towing capacity of your car or truck and be perfectly happy that everything is configured correctly, you may have overlooked one important thing.

12 March 2018

Deciphering How the Four Main Types of Car Warranties Available on the Auto Market Work


It is no secret that every car requires regular maintenance and prompt repair to ensure safe and comfortable travel, but also to maintain its value and ensure its longevity. To help protect yourself when certain problems arise with your car, it is always a good idea to ensure the vehicle is warrantied. If you're planning to purchase a car for the first time, it is important to point out that not all car warranties are the same.

12 February 2018

Conducting Safety Inspections on Increasingly Complex Vehicles


Safety inspections are very important in ensuring that the vehicles on Australian roads are in good condition for operation. During vehicle safety inspections, various operational areas of the vehicle (such as the brakes, lights, tyres, and mirrors) are checked for their condition and whether they meet minimally accepted standards. The inspector will also check your vehicle's registration information, insurance and ownership documents/logbook. An emergent issue in the field of safety inspections is the rise of increasingly complex vehicles on our roads.

20 December 2017

What the Future Holds for Automotive Repair Services


As with any other industry, the automotive repair services sector continues to evolve. The demands of customers are always changing and repair technicians are taking steps to keep up with emergent trends in the automobile industry. As vehicles get more complicated, so do their repairs. However, one thing is certain. The automotive repair services sector is growing at a steady pace. This is because the population in urban areas is growing, more people are travelling on our roads, and the complexity of today's vehicles makes it difficult for people to carry out repairs by themselves.

20 December 2017

What to Do If Somebody "Rear Ends" You


During a lifetime of driving, almost everybody will encounter some type of collision damage, whether it be caused by somebody else or themselves. The Australian roads are extremely busy these days, and it's unfortunate that many people do not pay as much attention as they should. If somebody is looking down to try and adjust their radio as they are approaching a stoplight, they may run into the back of your car instead.

2 November 2017

Two signs that your car needs to be serviced


A lot of car owners put off getting their vehicles serviced because they either don't want to incur the expense or are simply too busy. However, if you noticed any of the following signs, it's a good idea to take your car to the mechanic for a servicing as soon as possible. Your vehicle has become less fuel efficient If you have noticed that you have been spending more money on fuel for your car, even though you are driving the same distances that you normally do, this might mean that your car needs to be serviced.

31 July 2017