3 Important Tips for Protecting Your Caravan From Damage

Posted on: 20 January 2019

If you are the owner of a caravan, you should invest enough resources in its upkeep. In general, caravans are used quite heavily, and they experience a lot of stress on the road. Therefore, if you neglect proper maintenance, the vehicle will fall apart. In addition, you should remember that the cost of purchasing a new caravan will be high, and the need for extensive repairs can cause you a lot of inconveniences. [Read More]

Can You Service Your Car Radiator Yourself?

Posted on: 19 October 2018

If you're somebody who always likes to be prepared, no matter what, you may be aware that the Australian summer is rapidly approaching. While you may have been basking in some cool temperatures and seasonal variety, you know that the long, dog days are ahead and that you must make sure your car is as prepared as possible. Last summer, you may recall some issues with overheating when the mercury reached its peak, and you don't want to risk any breakdown. [Read More]

Why Do Modern Cars Seem to Fall Apart at the Slightest Collision?

Posted on: 7 September 2018

If you've been involved in a car accident that, at the time, seemed to be relatively minor, you may have been horrified when you jumped out to survey the damage. Pieces were hanging off everywhere while certain panels seemed to be bent at hideous angles, and you simply couldn't believe how this type of damage had incurred. What can you do in a situation like this? Designed to Crumple The good news is that it may look far worse than it actually is. [Read More]

3 Actions to Follow When Your Car Breaks Down on the Motorway

Posted on: 6 July 2018

Driving on a busy motorway means high speeds and plenty of concentration to avoid major accidents. But car break downs can sometimes happen and when you least expect it. Breaking down on the motorway can be scary because everyone is driving at high speeds, so follow these actions to stay safe when you're on a motorway at an inopportune time. Get to the Shoulder or Emergency Break Down Lane if Available [Read More]