Deciding Which Car Battery Is the Perfect Fit for Your Vehicle

Posted on: 26 December 2017

It is safe to say that your car battery is the powerhouse behind your engine. The battery makes it possible for your lights to turn on, your engine to start and even your car stereo to play. Different car models are suited for different types of car batteries. Let's explore some of the most common types of car batteries that are used. SLI batteries SLI stands for Starting, Lighting and Ignition.
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Caravan Insurance Repair Process: How It Works

Posted on: 8 December 2017

Though caravans are non-motorised vehicles, they can break down or get damaged just like cars, SUVs and other motorised vehicles. When a caravan breaks down, it will need repair service. But because caravan owners can never tell when they may need caravan repair service and if they will have money necessary for repair work, it is always prudent to stay ahead of things by getting caravan insurance. As a caravan owner, you may be interested in knowing how the insurance repair process works before deciding on getting caravan insurance.
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Answering Some Questions You Might Have About Vehicle Safety Inspections

Posted on: 16 October 2017

Your vehicle may need to undergo a safety inspection in order for you to get a new registration, and it's good to schedule this inspection as soon as possible. This will ensure you also have time to schedule any needed repairs that may cause the vehicle to fail that inspection before your current registration expires. If you have an older vehicle and are wondering about this inspection, note a few questions you might have about the process, and this can help you to know what to expect.
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How to Narrow Down the Options When Trying to Diagnose a Differential Issue

Posted on: 19 July 2017

No matter what make or model of car that you own, a certain amount of redundancy is built into the mechanical parts by the manufacturer. Certain components also come under tremendous pressure due to the job that they have to perform and will require additional care and attention if they're going to last as long as possible. Given all that, it shouldn't come as a great surprise if you are encountering some issues with your transmission.
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