• How a Skilled Panel Beater Can Salvage Your Smashed Car

    If you're unfortunate enough to be involved in a car accident, the first thing that you want to do is to get out and survey the damage. You may be shocked at what you see as, unfortunately, the modern-day vehicle is designed to crumple to a great extent so that the occupants do not feel as much of the impact as they would have otherwise. At this point, you may be wondering whether the vehicle can be fixed, but you'd be surprised at what a skilled technician can do. [Read More]

  • Everything you need to know about blue slip inspections

    If you have anything to do with cars or other vehicles in New South Wales, there are four types of slip you will need to become familiar with. Pink Slip - Indicating roadworthiness Green Slip - Indicating third-party insurance White Slip - Indicating repairs are needed Blue Slip - Indicating an unregistered vehicle While most of these are fairly easy to understand, the use of the blue slip can sometimes cause confusion. [Read More]

  • What Your Auto AC Technician Will Check During Car Air Conditioning Service

    A properly functioning car air conditioning system is designed to keep your car interiors cool and comfortable on hot days. Like the air conditioner in your home, your car's AC system requires regular inspection and servicing to keep working properly. Car AC system services should be carried out by a trained auto AC technician. Here are some things that auto AC technicians usually check when servicing car air conditioners.  Refrigerant Level [Read More]

  • Why You Should Always Remember to Get Your Car Serviced on Time

    Owning a car can sometimes feel like a series of ever-increasing chores and mountains of exhaustive paperwork that can really discourage you from staying on top of it all. However, it is vital that you do stay within your scheduled car service dates for a multitude of reasons, which are explained below. Remember that every time you put off car servicing, your car gets closer to needing more serious repairs due to neglect, and this will be far more expensive than the regular check-ups you should be having. [Read More]

  • Are You Sure That the DPF on Your Truck Is Working Properly?

    In order to answer environmental concerns, legislators continue to introduce rules that govern automotive pollution. In recent years, this has led to the introduction of the diesel particulate filter (DPF), which must now be fixed to any vehicles powered by a diesel engine to cut down on noxious emissions. Yet it's easy to overlook this filter once it has been fitted and expect that it will continue to function as expected, without any maintenance. [Read More]