How to Give Your Old Motor a New Lease of Life

Posted on: 22 May 2018
Modern-day vehicles are designed to last for up to 100,000 km without any major failure. This is a testament to advanced technology, as well as to some of the latest materials available. However, vehicles from a generation or so ago were not as well built and may not be expected to last for such a long time. If you have one of these older motors in your driveway you may have noticed that it hasn't been performing as well in recent times and may be wondering whether the engine is 'okay.
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Why Diesel Vehicles Require Additional Maintenance

Posted on: 22 May 2018
Although hybrid and electric technology is rapidly becoming more commonplace on Australian roads, consumers still have the most choice when it comes to selecting either a petrol or diesel vehicle for their next ride. If you've just switched over from petrol, then you may not be aware of certain important tasks that you need to perform if you're going to enjoy uninterrupted diesel motoring. What should you be aware of?
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Planning a Road Trip in the Winter? Follow These Preparation Tips

Posted on: 18 November 2016
Going on a road trip is a great way to explore different areas you don't often get to visit, but if you are heading out in the winter, you need to take some extra precautions. It is important that your vehicle is ready and that you remember with rain, snow, and hail, there are safety risks involved in driving long distances. Here are some preparation tips for your winter road trip.
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Why You Should Consider Solar For Your Caravan

Posted on: 18 November 2016
You may be aware of the benefits of solar energy in your home, but did you know you can also add solar panels on your caravan? There are a lot of amazing benefits for choosing to add them to your caravan. Take a look at the different ways you can have a more fulfilling trip with renewable energy. You Don't Rely on Electric Hookups Imagine being able to travel anywhere you want in your caravan and never having to look up which caravan camps have hookups?
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