Tips On How To Protect Your Clutch From Premature Wear

Posted on: 23 November 2015

The clutch is the stand-out feature of manual transmissions. It helps to detach the transmission from the engine to allow for speed adjustments. Unfortunately, incorrect use of the clutch can lead to its premature wear, resulting in necessary repairs, an expensive undertaking that every manual car driver should know about. In this article, therefore, learn what to do to avoid having to replacing your clutch sooner than you have to. [Read More]

9 Steps to Flawless Winter Driving

Posted on: 5 November 2015

Driving in snowy or icy winter conditions can be tricky. If you live in an area that sees the temperatures dropping dramatically during the winter months, make sure you pay heed to these nine driving tips to avoid becoming involved in an accident. 1. Remove Snow If you've experienced snowfall over the night – or simply when you've left your car outside – clearing it off the windshield with a scraper might not be enough. [Read More]

Top tips for keeping your campervan organised and tidy

Posted on: 20 July 2015

Whether you're going on a short campervan trip for the first time or you're a seasoned professional, it's vital for the enjoyment and success of your holiday that your campervan is a fully-functioning living space. When you're restricted to a small space for all your storage, cooking and sleeping requirements, it's easy for your campervan to fall into a state of disorganisation and untidiness within minutes. Let's look at some top tips for helping you to keep your campervan organised and tidy on your next great Australian holiday. [Read More]

4 Important Facts About Automobile Air Conditioning Systems

Posted on: 2 July 2015

Air conditioning used to be considered a great luxury but can now be found in most vehicles. While it is generally not recommended for you to fiddle with the AC system yourself, you should know a bit about how it works as well as what issues you must be on the lookout for. Odd smells are caused by bacterial build-ups If the air conditioning system is not used frequently, or if the car becomes older, microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and mould may start growing behind the dashboard on the evaporator, causing some extremely unpleasant odours. [Read More]