3 Ways Diesel Servicing Differs From Petrol Engines

Posted on: 23 January 2018

Whether you just bought a new diesel after a lifetime of petrol ownership, or are a lifelong diesel owner just trying to make sure you keep your vehicle in top condition, you may be wondering if there is anything in particular you need to do to service a diesel car or truck, compared to a petrol engine. Diesel vehicles are found in a wide range of settings, from heavy industry and agriculture to your everyday car that gets you from A to B; diesel cars are very popular on Australia's roads.
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4 Factors That Vehicle Owners Must Know When Towing Their Cars

Posted on: 22 January 2018

A vehicle can suddenly stop working when you are on a busy highway due to a host of reasons majorly electrical or mechanical issues. Also, your vehicle might be involved in an accident rendering it immobile. In such incidences, car owners require towing services to get their vehicles to storage or a repair shop. Therefore, before your car is towed, you should know all the nuances of this service, including collision coverage, fees, and wait time.
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Two types of car problems you must fix promptly

Posted on: 17 January 2018

There are plenty of minor vehicle faults that can safely be ignored for long periods of time. However, if you notice any of the following issues, you should have them addressed as soon as possible, as failing to get gearbox repairs could increase the chances of your car malfunctioning during a road journey. Slipping gears When you select a specific gear, the car should remain in that gear until you decide to change it.
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How to Avoid Common Trailer Towing Problems

Posted on: 15 January 2018

When you have a trailer attached to your vehicle, you want to be aware of how that trailer handles when you're on the road, whether it's loaded or empty. If the trailer should pull, sway, drag or otherwise handle roughly, this can create unsafe driving conditions for you and for other drivers, while also putting added wear and tear on your vehicle and the trailer itself. This can also mean an increased risk of the trailer uncoupling from the tow vehicle!
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