Why You Should Listen to the Manufacturer When They Recommend Servicing for Your New Car

Posted on: 28 June 2017

Do you consider yourself to be a bit of a rebel? If so, you might like to do things your own way and blaze your own trail. In short, you don't like other people telling you what to do. However, if you've recently bought a car and think that the logbook is simply just some peripheral paperwork, you may be inclined to store it away and forget it. Before you do that, ask yourself why experts recommend that your car gets a regular log book servicing and consider what is involved.
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What You Should Do If You Suspect That Your Vehicle's Locking Hubs Aren't Working Properly

Posted on: 27 June 2017

As automobile manufacturers become more sophisticated and try to roll out vehicles that appeal to a demanding marketplace, so certain components become more complex. This is increasingly the case when it comes to the type of differential fitted to the modern-day vehicle. In particular, sport utility vehicles and four-wheel-drive trucks now often come equipped with locking hubs. What are these, and what should you do if you suspect a problem?
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Signs You Need to Change Your Car's Engine Oil

Posted on: 23 June 2017

Servicing your vehicle is significant if you want it to continue performing efficiently. There's a lot involved with car servicing, so you need to be keen on how various components of your car perform. One of the main components of your car is the engine. Your car's engine requires oil to perform efficiently. The engine oil will become old and dirty over time and you need to know when it does so that you can change it and prevent any potential engine problems.
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How to Ensure That You Protect Your Caravan during the Off-Season

Posted on: 22 June 2017

If you're thinking about buying a caravan, you'll be opening up a whole new world of possibilities. You'll be able to truly explore the magnificent Australian countryside at your own pace, surrounded by familiar things and loving family. Yet it is unlikely that you will be using your caravan throughout the year and when the cold, damp conditions arise, you'll want to make sure that you look after your new addition properly.
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