Home or garage? The car repairs you can do yourself—and the ones you can't

Posted on: 11 June 2018

Running a car can be an expensive business. Aside from taxes and fuel, there are the unpredictable costs of repairing it when something goes wrong. These costs can be lowered by doing basic vehicle repair jobs yourself—but how do you know you're doing something within your capabilities, and when you're just taking your life in your hands? The easiest repairs are also the most obvious ones. It is easy to replace windscreen wipers when they are leaving marks and streaks (you may not realise how important this is, but wipers that don't work properly can seriously affect visibility).
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Could Sensors Be Causing Your Vehicle's Braking Problem?

Posted on: 24 April 2018

If you own a car that was designed and built in the last five years or so, chances are it is equipped with a very sophisticated array of electronic sensors and controls, designed to help you maintain control of the vehicle. In fact, some would argue, the computer is more in control of your car than you are in certain circumstances. Perhaps you may feel that something is amiss with your vehicle's braking system and are not sure what may be going on.
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The Benefits of Auto Service Apps for Both Car Owners and Auto Service Providers

Posted on: 12 March 2018

Many Australians love the convenience of travelling by a personal car, but hate the hassle of performing routine maintenance on the vehicle and dealing with problems that may pop up down the road. But they don't have a choice in the matter because all vehicles require regular servicing and prompt repairs when problems arise.  Thankfully, Australian motorists don't have to work on their vehicles themselves, as there are many competent auto mechanics throughout Australia to meet all car maintenance and repair issues.
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3 Reasons to Have Logbook Service for Your New Car Performed at the Same Dealership Where You Purchased It

Posted on: 13 February 2018

Being aware that your car will need to be serviced is one thing, but knowing when the vehicle is due for service is a totally different thing. The good news is that car manufacturers contemplate this situation, and therefore, recommend that all new car owners should perform logbook service. Logbook service refers to a set of manufacturer-recommended services carried out on a car at specific time intervals or after the vehicle has covered a set number of kilometres.
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