Cold Times Are Coming—How to Ensure Your Car Is Ready

When the mercury is boiling, and you cannot wait to get into an air-conditioned room, it's difficult to think about heating issues and whether your car's unit is in good shape for the winter ahead. However, time does fly and before you know it you will be shivering in your garage as you get ready to drive to work. Don't get caught out like you did last year and take some action now to service your vehicle's heater. Read More 

What to Do If You’ve Misplaced Your Vehicle’s Logbook

When somebody takes delivery of a brand new car, all they can think about is this new vehicle, how they're going to enjoy many long years of ownership and how they're going to take care of it very carefully. You may have been in this position before, where you can't even bear to get the car dirty and are completely focused on its well-being with no compromise. However, with the passage of time this attention to detail fades away and some owners may even forget to service the vehicle according to the manufacturer recommendations. Read More 

Advice and Cautions When You’re in the Market for Truck Parts

When buying parts for a truck, it's good to take your time to shop and compare your options, as even heavy passenger trucks will typically put more wear and tear on their parts than any lightweight sedan. At the same time, truck parts, especially those for heavy-duty delivery trucks, may be more expensive than parts you need for other vehicles. To ensure you buy the best parts for your trucks without overspending on something you don't need, note a few bits of advice, and a few cautions, before you shop. Read More 

Tips on Protecting Your Caravan from Weather Damage

Your caravan provides you and your family with somewhere to stay and sleep when you're away from home. In the process, it becomes exposed to harsh weather elements like hailstorms, direct sunlight, rain, windstorms, dust and storm debris, etc. Caravan repairs performed to fix weather damage can run into thousands of dollars, depending on the extent of the damage that has occurred.  Luckily, weather damage on caravans seldom goes unnoticed and can be detected almost immediately. Read More 

2 Signs Your Car Engine Is About to Fail

All vehicles run with the help of an engine, so protecting your engine should be a top-of-mind priority if you're a car owner. Your car engine can breakdown due to many different reasons including poor car maintenance, normal wear and tear of parts, bad driving habits, etc. No matter how well you maintain your car or how good of a driver you are, engine problems may still arise. Keeping watch for engine problems between visits made to the car service shop for routine maintenance is vital to minimising the risk of engine failure. Read More