Every car owner wants their auto to be at the peak of its shape and performance. That's why they make sure that every part of it is properly checked; from the engines to brakes and especially to the thing that makes cars move: the wheels. We all know that the way you drive contributes significantly to the life of your tyres. But a serious question that every car owners might ask: how long should tyres last? How do I keep my tyres in good shape? While you can extend your tyre lifespan by avoi..
Have you considered a caravan holiday lately? If not, why not? It's an almost guaranteed way for the whole family to have fun. You disconnect from everyday life, re-connect with the people you love to be with, get out into the world and nature, explore endless destinations combined with true on-the-road freedom, and finish up with more dollars in the bank compared to a five-star trip. But to get there safely, you'll need not only to choose the right caravan, but understand that towing a caravan ..
There are plenty of reasons why Australians love to attach that caravan and set off on the road. It's an easy and enjoyable break from the daily grind and a brilliant way to get close to nature. But just because all of that is true, it doesn't mean many people don't ask us a lot of questions about satellite TV for caravans. At the end of a long day of lounging on the beach, hiking and cooking barbies, often there's nothing better than switching on the TV for an hour of entertainment. This is ..
We've all been there. Monday morning. You'd rather be in bed than turning the key in the ignition. And then you spot it. The car battery light - that annoying dash alarm that looks like a little lit-up car battery. Sinking feeling. What do you do? Whether your car is old or new, the car battery light indicates that something is wrong with the way your car is charging your all-important battery. Just like your TV remote and your electric toothbrush, your car needs a battery. The most o..
In the market for a new car gizmo? Browsing the market and want to know a 'must have' technical feature for 2017 and beyond? Looking to upgrade your caravan for a better and safer experience? The answer is simple: install a car reverse camera. As far as investments for your vehicle or family go, considering a reverse camera installation is a great one. But if the benefits of seeing where you're going aren't obvious, here are 5 great reasons you need a reverse camera for caravan adventuring or..
For the ultimate Australian outdoor experience, nothing beats the freedom of caravanning across this spectacular country. Most of us have been away on a caravan expedition of one sort or another, but choosing a caravan that's right for you is still a tough decision! There are so many different types of caravans to choose from, hard tops, pop tops, 13ft vans, 18ft vans and then all the different brands! No wonder it can initially seem overwhelming. How do you know what to look for in a grea..
Who doesn't love a sexy classic car? Ok, so when it comes to dropping the kids at school, or pushing the boundaries and enjoying the convenience of modern technology, the head probably rules the heart and you need a modern car. So why do we love a classic car? They're elegant, they're unmistakably beautiful, they're mechanical rather than electronic, loud rather than environmentally friendly, sturdy rather than super-safe, as bold as they are fast and nostalgic - and more. And what's the o..
[caption id="attachment_1235" align="aligncenter" width="960"] The Branson small tractor 2900 28HP - Made in Korea[/caption] If you've taken a tree change and moved to a small acerage on the outskirts of town, chances are at some stage you'll think 'This would be a whole lot easier with a tractor' will arise. But it's not as out of reach as you might imagine, especially when there are small farm tractors for sale that were built to make exactly what you're doing a whole lot easier. Perhaps..
We're saying goodbye to March - and what does that mean? It means a stunning summer is well and truly behind us. But it's not just the page-flick of a calendar, the end of summer also means getting ready for that colder weather: putting a new winter coat in your wardrobe, and making sure your valuable car is equally prepared for those cooler days too. Now, while we don't do much scraping of snow from driveways or fitting of snow-chains on tyres 'down under', it still gets mighty chilly in the..