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  • Preparing Your Car for a Road Trip

    July 27, 2020

    Who does not like weekend road trips? Long road trips with family, friends or someone special is a fun and exciting adventure. But the fun and excitement could end if your car broke in the middle of nowhere. So, it’s essential to have your car road-ready before travel. Here are ways to prepare your car for a road trip: Check the fluids. There are six essential fluids that you need to check to ensure the...

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    Car Hacks – How to fix a stuck car window

    July 21, 2020

    So, your car window got stuck? Relax. Don’t panic! There are various tactics that can help you solve it – whether your car window stuck up or down. Stuck car windows are inconvenient. You’ll lose the convenience of drive-thru coffees, fast food meals, and banking. Question: Is it easy to fix a stuck car window? Yes. In fact, there are cases when you don’t even need a special tool to roll up or down a...

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    5 Useful Car Buying Advice for First-Timers

    July 12, 2020

    How’s it going? Have you decided to buy your first car? Will it be new or used? If you are still on a roller coaster or overwhelmed with the car buying process and experience, do not fret – most of us have been in the same boat. Buying your first car is an exciting experience, and some people consider it a milestone in life. You don’t always have to buy a new vehicle either. In...

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    6 Ways to Maintain Your Car During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    July 6, 2020

    I know what you’re thinking… Yes, you might be driving less during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it does not mean that your car should be left untouched in the garage. Think about it… if cars are not driven much, it can create problems with many of the components such as the brakes or engine cylinders. By taking care of your car during the lockdown, this gives you the opportunity to mininise potental issues that may...

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    May 12, 2020

    Ensuring that your car is in good condition is important all year round. Though when it comes to winter, driving can become more dangerous and that’s when preparing your car is essential. Here are some tips and tricks on how to get your car ready for the upcoming winter months. CHECK YOUR BATTERY The average life of a car battery is about 3 to 4 years. Although batteries come under much more strain in winter....

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    April 28, 2020

    You’ve finished all your hours and have passed your Learner’s test, now its time to buy your very own car. We have complied a list of the top 10 used cars for first-time buyers. Hyundai Accent Available in both sedan and hatch variants, the Hyundai Accent is extremely reliable. Delivering exceptional comfort with plenty of interior space. The Accent is packed with plenty of well-appointed features throughout and offers a 5 Star ANCAP rating, leaving...

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    April 14, 2020

    Learning to drive a car for the first time can be extremely terrifying. Teaching someone to drive for the first time can be just as daunting. We have put together a list to help with learning the car basics, setting up to drive, how the car works, skills and tips for the teacher. LEARNING THE CAR BASICS Every car is different but before jumping behind the wheel, take a walk around and make yourself familiar...

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    March 31, 2020

    A mobile phone is an essential part of many peoples lives. They help us stayed connected to family and friends through phone calls and social media, access emails for business use, take and store photos and videos, provide access to the internet and possibly help saves lives in an emergency. But what if it was the mobile phone that caused the emergency? Cars are safer than ever but the number of people killed on Australian roads rose...

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    Instant Asset Write-Off

    March 16, 2020

    The instant asset write-off was introduced in 2015 to help small businesses through a tough period of economic change, and has increased from $20,000 in 2015 to $30,000 in 2019. The Government has now increased the instant asset write-off threshold from $30,000 to $150,000. How will the higher instant asset write-off benefit your business? The higher IAWO threshold will provide cash flow benefits for businesses as you will be able to immediately deduct purchases of...

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    March 3, 2020

    The lifespan of your tyres has many varying factors: the design, the driver’s habits, road conditions, the age and how well they are cared for. So how do you know when to change your tyres? TREAD DEPTH Tread wear indicators (TWIs) are small bars of rubber that run across the grooves in between the tread at regular intervals. When they tyres are worn to the legal limit, the bars will be flush with the surface...

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