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Signs of Needed Brake Repairs

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A vehicle’s brakes should be serviced regularly, and your vehicle’s owner’s manual can tell you when it’s best to bring that car or truck in for routine maintenance, based on its mileage or age. However, the expected lifespan of the vehicle’s braking system is not a guarantee that all the parts related to brakes will last that long! Brake pads, rotors, callipers and other pieces in the braking system can wear down sooner than expected, and especially if you’re rough on the brakes, drive on gravel roads, use low-quality brake parts or have your vehicle weighed down with a trailer and heavy equipment. Read More»

Tips for Selecting and Safely Using a Ladder Rack for Your Vehicle

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A ladder rack can be a great choice for any utility vehicle, as trying to carry any type of ladder in the back of a truck or van can be very cumbersome, and downright unsafe. Even with a properly attached red flag or other marker on the end of the ladder, and even if it protrudes from the vehicle only slightly, that ladder and other such pieces can pose a hazard for drivers behind you, and make it difficult to back into parking spaces and driveways. Read More»

Answering Questions About Automotive Windscreen Repair

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Getting your vehicle’s windscreen repaired as soon as you notice any type of chip, crack, or other such damage is very important, as a broken windscreen is weak and more prone to outright shattering in the event of a collision. Chips and cracks can also block your view of traffic, and result in an expensive citation if you should get pulled over. If you have a vehicle that needs windscreen repair, note a few questions you might have about this work, so you know to get it done properly and know what to expect when it comes to these repairs. Read More»

Need to Buy Replacement Parts for Your Honda Car?

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Over time, most car parts succumb to the wear and tear of normal vehicle operation and will need to be replaced. When buying replacement parts for your Honda car, it is critical that you select the right parts. Otherwise, one little mistake can lead to big trouble when you’re on the road. Getting the right spare honda car parts for your car can be a bit of a hassle if you don’t know how to go about the purchase process. Read More»

3 Signs You Need to Go for Gearbox Repairs Instead of Replacement

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When a gearbox breaks down, you may think that replacing it is the ideal option. There is a misconception that a replacement will reduce work downtime and it will save money in the long run. There are several issues with this, including that some replacements are actually refurbished. Here are some signs that you need to consider gearbox repairs instead of a replacement and how each can help you and your business in the long run. Read More»

Answering Some Basic Questions About Importing a Car to Australia

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You might be thinking of importing a car to Australia if you’ve recently moved to the country and want to bring your old car with you, or you are looking to purchase a certain foreign car from a manufacturer not located in Australia. It is not difficult to import a car to Australia, either for a short-term stay or for your permanent use, but you can’t simply have that car driven or flown into the country and then simply buy a license plate for it. Read More»

Damaged Paintwork: 2 Top Tips

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If you have recently been involved in a minor road accident, the paintwork on your car may have been scratched or chipped. While damage to the paintwork will not affect the mechanics of your vehicle or your ability to drive it, it can make a car look bad. Damaged paintwork will also reduce the value of your vehicle if you decide to sell it. That is why is always a good idea to have your car resprayed by a professional auto paint shop. Read More»

New Car Features That Can Keep You Safer On The Road

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When shopping for a new car, you may want to invest in certain luxury features that will keep you more comfortable when driving, but it’s also good to think about features that will keep you safer when on the road. These features can reduce your risk of an accident or collision, and even alert you when you’re obviously too tired to drive. Note a few of those safety features here, so you can ask about them when you’re ready to shop for your next new car. Read More»