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How to Make Sure Your New Off-Road Vehicle Is Ready for Anything

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If you’ve just taken ownership of an iconic runaround that is known for its capabilities in an off-road situation and generally rugged demeanour, then you may be ready for anything. Your weekends will now be spent in the wilderness with your buddies, trying to negotiate impossible situations, going places where no man has been before and generally exploiting your sense of adventure. However, you may need to introduce a few modifications to your stock vehicle before you go much further, especially if you’re going to get through those crazy weekends with little drama. Read More»

How to Make Sure That You Get the Right Set of Wheels When You Land in Australia

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Australia is a nation of immigrants, and you may be one of its latest additions. If so, welcome “down under”, and one of the first things that you need to do is to sort out your transportation. You may have noticed how big this country is, so you will need your own car to function properly on a daily basis, but what do you need to know about the buying process here so that you don’t make any mistakes? Read More»

When Your Car Starts to Whine at You, What Could Be Going On?

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Many motorists have a “love/hate” relationship with their vehicle. They rely on this piece of equipment more than anything else in order to get back and forth to work and earn their living. They also rely on it to keep all the occupants safe and to run reliably to keep within the monthly budget. From time to time, however, your trusty ride is going to play up, and this time, you’ve noticed a strange whining noise coming from the front of the vehicle. Read More»

Things a Driving Instructor Wants You to Know as a First -Time Driver

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The first driving experience can be an unforgiving ordeal for most people, while for others, it is an exhilarating and adrenaline-pumping experience to be able to drive around like a pro. For many learner drivers, the goal of getting behind the steering wheel and being able to actually control the car as required can be a bit of a nerve-wracking experience. Driving instructors see this as a normal experience which a majority of first-time drivers go through but that wears off with time. Read More»

5 Signs Your Vehicle Is Losing Brake Fluid

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In order to work correctly, your brakes needs fluid. Wondering if you’re losing fluid due to a leak? Wondering if your fluid is running low for other reasons? Here are five signs that you need to replace your brake fluid. 1. Your Brake Pads Are at the End of Their Lifespan Generally, your car has enough brake fluid to last through the lifetime of the brakes. At the point when you need new brakes, you may also need new fluid. Read More»

5 Essential Traits of Great Driving Instructors

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According to data collected from approximately 225 driving instructors, these professionals earn an average of over $50 an hour. Besides wanting to earn a great wage, however, there are other attributes that can help you be a successful driving instructor. Here’s a look at some of the traits that can help. 1. Great Driving Record This is essential. Before you enroll in driving instructor training, the school will want to see your driving record. Read More»

What You Need to Know About Roadworthy Inspections in South Australia

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In Australia, each state has its own standards for issuing registrations for vehicles; the roadworthy inspections that are done for vehicles will then also vary by state. While each state will generally require a check on features of the vehicle that affect its overall safety, such as brakes and steering, note a few additional factors about roadworthy inspections in South Australia, and what vehicles may be required to get these inspections, regardless of the car’s age or overall condition. Read More»

Ladder Rack Options for your Roofing Business

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It goes without saying that to be a successful roofer you require the right tools of the trade such a ladder, marking chalk, tape measure, and pressure guns among others. One thing that most roofers forget to add to this list is the ladder rack, an important piece of equipment that secures the ladder as you move from one client to the next. While it is possible to secure your ladder using ropes, it does not guarantee safety for you, your cargo van, as well as third parties. Read More»

Tips on choosing the right vehicle for heavy haulage

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Heavy haulage is the backbone of the logistics and freight industry as every day hundreds of trucks move around the country delivering all types of items. There exists a large variety of trucks to choose from and choosing the right one to match your business or personal needs will go a long way in ensuring optimization and proper utilization of your time and money. Below are some common types of heavy haulage vehicles: Read More»

Proper Inspection and Maintenance of Disc Brakes

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There is no doubt that the braking system of a vehicle is one of the most critical parts of its safe operation. Without properly operating brakes, it may be impossible to avoid an accident or drive the car safely. If the vehicle’s brakes fail, your life, those of your passengers, those of other drivers and those of pedestrians, can be at serious peril. In order to avoid such a dangerous situation, it is important to have your vehicle’s braking system thoroughly inspected at least once a year. Read More»