Signs You Ought To Know Of a Failing Clutch

Posted on: 6 September 2016

If you own a manual transmission vehicle, chances are you will have to endure problems with your clutch at one time or another. A mistake some motorists make, though, is ignoring the warning signs of impending clutch repairs. This gives the underlying problems time to become exacerbated until finally your vehicle is in need of clutch replacement. If you would like to prevent the inconvenience, as well as the extra cost, of having to replace your entire clutch, then it would be essential to know how to spot the symptoms of trouble. [Read More]

4 Maintenance Tips to Extend the Service Life of Your Heavy Truck

Posted on: 6 September 2016

Regular servicing and safe driving can significantly improve fuel efficiency and the life of your truck. The safety and reliability of your truck should be your ultimate responsibility if you wish to avert losses, liabilities, and even deaths. You should understand the hefty price tag resulting from purchasing spare parts, loss of business due to delays, and other related costs. Be on the safe side by helping your vehicle to improve the bottom line of your business through a raft of truck servicing procedures discussed below. [Read More]

How to Check Your Car for Damage When You Return From an Outback Adventure

Posted on: 2 September 2016

Australia seems to have been designed for adventurous motorists to explore. With tracks like the Outback Way or the stretch of road from Darwin to Broome there to traverse, it just doesn't seem right to stay at home or stick to the coasts. So why not pack a tent and plenty of water, and hit the highways? Well, there's nothing wrong with a little adventure, as long as you realise that the stresses and strains of outback driving will have an effect on your car. [Read More]

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]