Car Repairs You Never Want to Put Off

Posted on: 31 August 2016

It's not unusual for car owners to put off car repairs for as long as possible to avoid the expense and hassle of the work to be done. However, this can mean putting added wear and tear on your car and even risking your safety while on the road. Note a few signs of auto repairs you should never put off and why. Burning smell A burning smell from your car could signal a fluid leak; as the fluid drips onto another hot part under the hood, it burns away. [Read More]

Spot the Warning Signs of Impending Engine Trouble

Posted on: 31 August 2016

Your vehicle's engine is integral in keeping your car up and running. Nevertheless, there are motorists who will overlook warning signs of impending engine repair as they assume the problem can be contained until the vehicle is due a car service. The truth is leaving engine problems unabated could lead to the malfunction of other components of your vehicle. It could also cause the complete breakdown of your car at the most inopportune of times. [Read More]

A Few Factors to Consider When Getting Your Car Inspected in Australia

Posted on: 31 August 2016

Cars typically need a safety inspection before you can obtain a registration; new cars usually have this inspection done through the dealership, and you should be provided with a safety certificate when you buy the car. For a used car, there are many different types of inspections you might choose, beyond those required for new registrations. Note a few factors to keep in mind when getting your car inspected in Australia so you know it's always safe on the road. [Read More]

Expert tips to keep your hydraulic equipment running during winter.

Posted on: 30 August 2016

It is no secret that there is a heavy reliance on hydraulic equipment when the snow starts to fall. Automobiles such as bulldozers are often called upon to clear accumulated snow from the road in order to make them passable. This is made possible by hydraulic equipment that is part and parcel of the snow-clearing machines. However, winter can pose a number of challenges when dealing with hydraulic tools or their attachments. [Read More]