Car Care: 2 Warning Signs That Your Tyres Need Replaced
12 January 2021
When you buy a car, you don't have to make any decisions about the tyres, as the tyres the car comes with are generally assumed to be safe and suitable for their intended use. However, this can lead to complacency around tyre safety and a poor understanding of how to check whether your tyres need to be replaced. When your tyres are in an unsuitable condition, your stopping distance can increase and grip on the road will decrease.
How a Skilled Panel Beater Can Save an Insurance Write-Off
3 November 2020
If you ever have to buy new parts for your car or truck at a dealer, you'd quickly calculate that the sum of every individual fitted part would cost substantially more than the value of the vehicle. It's unsurprising, therefore, that so many vehicles are written off by an insurance company when they have sustained a certain amount of damage in an accident. Is a relatively minor crash a death sentence for your vehicle, or could it be saved by an expert panel beater?
Car Maintenance 101: High Priority Areas During Servicing
31 August 2020
Servicing a car is critical to delivering the right performance and enhancing service life. Despite the apparent advantages of regular servicing, some car owners consider the practice tedious and ignore certain aspects. Unfortunately, the ignorance might lead to costly repairs; for instance, an engine might knock because of oil contamination. Therefore, car owners must adhere to servicing requirements without fail. This article highlights high priority areas during car servicing.
4 Tips to Help You Purchase Your First Trailer
26 June 2020
A trailer is your best when you need to transport construction equipment, boats, ATVs or your camping gear. Most people have a difficult time when purchasing their first trailer. Below are four tips to guide you as you buy the trailer.
1. Carrying and Hauling Capacity
What do you intend to transport? Trailers can be used to carry bulky items weighing tens of tonnes. However, you should check the hauling capacity of your vehicle.