Signs That You Need Car Radiator Repair

Posted on: 19 December 2018

As a car owner, you become very in tune with what your car sounds and feels like. You watch for visual cues that signal that something may be wrong. These cues can be very subtle or very apparent. Here are some signs you need car radiator repair. Leaking Coolant If you notice a green, yellow or pink-coloured liquid under your car, this could be a sign that your radiator is leaking coolant.
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How to Be Ready for Any Eventuality When Travelling on a Rural Road

Posted on: 12 October 2018

Do you have a long journey ahead of you, which may take you off the beaten path and across some of those famous areas of wilderness unique to Australia? If so, you may be a little apprehensive about your adventure, but understand that you should be okay so long as you are well prepared and stock up with safety provisions. You should certainly make sure that your vehicle is in good condition, that your spare tyre is inflated and that you have enough fuel for the trip, but you should also be wary of any breakdown and know what to do in that eventuality.
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Are You Looking after the Turbo on Your Car?

Posted on: 22 August 2018

An increasing number of cars on the road today are fitted with a turbocharger. At one time this was considered to be a luxury or something that you would only find on a high-performance vehicle, but not any more. A manufacturer will fit this device to provide cost-effective power for a relatively small engine in keeping with industry trends. As these components are so prevalent you should understand how to look after them, as they can make a big difference in terms of performance and reliability.
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Home or garage? The car repairs you can do yourself—and the ones you can't

Posted on: 11 June 2018

Running a car can be an expensive business. Aside from taxes and fuel, there are the unpredictable costs of repairing it when something goes wrong. These costs can be lowered by doing basic vehicle repair jobs yourself—but how do you know you're doing something within your capabilities, and when you're just taking your life in your hands? The easiest repairs are also the most obvious ones. It is easy to replace windscreen wipers when they are leaving marks and streaks (you may not realise how important this is, but wipers that don't work properly can seriously affect visibility).
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