Commonly Asked Questions About a Roadworthy Certificate in Victoria

A car needs to have a roadworthy certificate before you can get its registration renewed, and it's important that you know how this is done if you need to renew a registration in the state of Victoria; driving with an expired registration can mean severe penalties, and a car that doesn't pass this inspection won't be eligible for registration renewal. Note a few commonly asked questions about a roadworthy certificate in Victoria so you know what's involved in obtaining this certificate. Read More 

Can’t Find Your Vehicle’s Logbook? What Can You Do About It?

Are you feeling guilty because you haven't kept up with the servicing schedule for your car? After all, sometimes life can get in the way and you are simply too busy to take the vehicle in at the prescribed intervals, even though you know that you need to. However, you may have encountered another problem in your efforts to play catch-up and may not be able to find the vehicle's logbook. Read More 

Why You Need to Carefully Inspect a Car That’s Been Inactive before You Drive It

If you're an enthusiastic motorist and love to cruise down Australian highways and byways with the top down on a sunny summer's day, you may have a convertible model that you only use when the season rolls around. For the rest of the year you may keep this vehicle in your garage under some dust sheets and may now be in the process of uncovering it and getting ready for some adventure. Read More 

Important Reminders About Recommended Car Servicing

You may dread the thought of any repair bill for your car, and may put off recommended servicing in order to avoid these costs, and to avoid the hassle of being without your car even for a few hours. However, it's never good to do this, as car servicing can keep your vehicle running optimally, help avoid unnecessary repairs, and extend the life of your vehicle. To ensure your car is always in good repair, note a few important reminders about car repair, and discuss your concerns with your mechanic as needed. Read More 

Critical Signs That the Valve Seals on Your Car Engine May Need Replacing

Whereas engine valves help regulate air-fuel mixture in your car engine, engine valve seals, which are fitted on the valve stem, prevent oil from getting into the engine. Engine valve seals are made of high-quality rubber to minimise normal wear and tear resulting from movement of engine parts. Being able to tell when your engine valve seals are failing is critical to ensuring timely replacement of the seals so that costly engine repair issues can be avoided. Read More