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      How to Spot and Prevent Odometer Fraud

      How to Spot and Prevent Odometer Fraud

      Why is the vehicle’s odometer so important? The answer is simple: an odometer reading shows the mileage a vehicle has clocked since it left the manufacturer’s doors. It’s a good indicator of wear and tear on a car. The higher the mileage, the greater the wear on a...

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      Blind Spots of Car Inspections: What You Need to Know?

      Blind Spots of Car Inspections: What You Need to Know?

      Who likes driving a car? Even if it is a rhetorical question, the response is always yes. Several benefits come with owning a car. Your issue with the primary form of transportation is immediately resolved. Typically, used cars cost less than new ones. So, most of the...

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      How To Make Your Car Last Longer

      How To Make Your Car Last Longer

      Your car is more than just a mode of transportation; it’s an investment. And like any investment, you want to get the most out of it. The positive news is that with adequate care and maintenance, you can remarkably extend the lifespan of your car. This blog will...

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      Car registration NSW

      Car registration NSW

      How to register a car in NSW Whether it's for a new or second-hand car, you must register your vehicle with the government before you can drive it. You can do so at a Service NSW centre. If you need to register a car in NSW, here are some things to know: ✓ You will...

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      Unregistered Vehicles in NSW

      Unregistered Vehicles in NSW

      Driving a vehicle that's not registered is illegal except in very limited circumstances. You may be liable for compensation of any person injured in an accident involving an unregistered vehicle. Rules for unregistered vehicles There are checks and rules in place to...

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      Find a mobile safety check provider

      Find a mobile safety check provider

      Finding it tricky to get your vehicle to a safety check? A mobile safety check (pink slip) provider may be able to come to you. How it works Mobile safety check inspections (previously called pink slips) are available for cars, motorcycles, and trailers, including...

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      What To Do When Your Rego Expires in Sydney, NSW?

      What To Do When Your Rego Expires in Sydney, NSW?

      In Sydney, New South Wales, keeping your vehicle's registration up-to-date is not only a legal requirement but also crucial for ensuring road safety. However, life can get busy, and it's easy to overlook the expiration date of your rego. So, what happens when your...

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      Pre-Trip Vehicle Safety Inspection

      Pre-Trip Vehicle Safety Inspection

      As a driver, it is your responsibility to ensure that your vehicle is in good working condition before and after each trip. Conducting a pre-trip vehicle safety inspection can help identify any potential issues before hitting the road. Here’s what you need to know...

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      Benefits of Rego Check or Safety Check

      Benefits of Rego Check or Safety Check

      In New South Wales (NSW), it is mandatory for all vehicles to undergo a safety check, also known as a rego check, to ensure that they meet the safety standards set by the government. This safety check involves a comprehensive inspection of the vehicle's safety...

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      Car Makes Grinding Noise When Turning?

      Car Makes Grinding Noise When Turning?

      You’re going for your normal drive, but start to notice a horrific grinding sound every time your vehicle makes a turn. It’s only natural to be alarmed, but chances are it’s something that can be replaced or repaired. Cars move around by means of the steering wheel,...

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      Which Car Parts Do You Need to Check Religiously?

      Which Car Parts Do You Need to Check Religiously?

      Performing regular check-ups on your car will not only help to keep you on the road but it will also save you a lot of money in the long term. It’s a lot of work going over every inch of your car, and a number of its features require specialized equipment to inspect,...

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      What To Do If Your Brakes Fail While Driving

      What To Do If Your Brakes Fail While Driving

      Have you ever experienced complete brake failure while driving? Most of us have not, mostly due to advanced technology fail-safes. However, the unlikely scenario is still possible. It is essential to know how to react if your brakes fail. The split-second decision...

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      What To Do When Your Key Is Stuck In The Ignition

      What To Do When Your Key Is Stuck In The Ignition

      You may panic while you try to figure out how to get it out since you can’t just leave it in the ignition with the doors unlocked while you go to work, your home, etc. If that ever happened to you, you know how stressful it can be to have your car key get stuck in the...

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      Items to Have In Your Emergency Roadside Kit

      Items to Have In Your Emergency Roadside Kit

      Every car should have basics in case of a breakdown and every driver should know how to use those basics. Whether the culprit is a flat tire, a dead battery, inclement weather, or a collision, your car is bound to break down at some point. Even if you pay for roadside...

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      How to check your Brake pad’s wear and tear

      How to check your Brake pad’s wear and tear

      When to check your brakes There’s no specific schedule for when it’s time to replace your brake pads. That means it’s a good idea to check your brake pads regularly to help determine the amount of wear and tear. Typical brake pad wear depends on how and where you...

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      Is it time for Wheel Alignment?

      Is it time for Wheel Alignment?

      ​​Doing Tire Alignment regularly comes with some serious perks, but it is often neglected by most car owners. If you’re wondering, “do I need a wheel alignment,” the answer is likely yes. Alignments help to keep your wheels pointed in the right direction, and when...

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      Difference Between Air Filters and Cabin Air Filters?

      Difference Between Air Filters and Cabin Air Filters?

      Just like the human body, a vehicle’s engine requires oxygen to allow it to operate. This air needs to be cleaned before entering the engine, to stop debris, dust, and pollen from causing damage to the sensitive internals. While air filters and cabin air filters are...

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      All You Need to know about a Wheel Alignment

      All You Need to know about a Wheel Alignment

      Doing Tire Alignment regularly comes with some serious perks, but it is often neglected by most car owners. Better fuel efficiency, smoother ride, and improved safety are just a few of the benefits you’ll enjoy after your wheel alignment. Most vehicle and tyre...

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      Keeping a Regular Car Maintenance Schedule

      Keeping a Regular Car Maintenance Schedule

      Staying on top of your car’s maintenance can prolong the life of your vehicle. It can also save you money by avoiding costly repairs and keeping you and your family safe on the road. You don’t have to be an auto mechanic to keep your car well-maintained; all you need...

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      What to Check When Your Brake Warning Light is On

      What to Check When Your Brake Warning Light is On

      The braking system is one of, if not the most, important parts of your car’s safety system. It is installed in the instrument cluster to remind drivers that their parking brake is engaged. This simple feature will refrain car owners from driving their vehicles with...

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      Car Fluids that Keep Your Car Running Smoothly

      Car Fluids that Keep Your Car Running Smoothly

      Your car will require a considerable amount of maintenance to ensure its efficient performance. The most basic thing that a car owner can do to keep their car running smoothly is to maintain the fluids. Fluids play a huge role in almost every facet of your car,...

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      The Difference Between Minor and Major Service

      The Difference Between Minor and Major Service

      When it comes to servicing your car it can be tricky; let us take the confusion out of Basic and Logbook Servicing. We’ll give you all the lowdown of the difference between a Minor and Major Service. The main difference between the minor and major vehicle service is...

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      Wheel Alignment Check

      Wheel Alignment Check

      Most vehicle and tyre manufacturers recommend having your vehicle’s wheel alignment checked every 6 months or 10,000km – whichever occurs first. It is also recommended to have an alignment carried out if you hit a curb or pothole, as this can cause suspension and...

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      Engine Belt 101

      Engine Belt 101

      The serpentine belt is one of the most important components in your car. As its name suggests, the serpentine belt is a long, winding rubber belt that loops around spinning engine components. It’s typically made of high-quality reinforced rubber and has multiple...

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      5 Major Signs That You Need Brake Service

      5 Major Signs That You Need Brake Service

      Nowadays, a light press on the brake pedal can slow your vehicle to a complete stop, all thanks to the complexities of your braking system. Like other parts of your car that go to work every day, your brakes are prone to wear out over time—especially your brake pads....

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      Reasons Your Check Engine Light is On

      Reasons Your Check Engine Light is On

      If you find yourself in this situation light pops up in your dashboard. It looks like the outline of a car’s engine, and the words “check” or “check engine” might appear next to it. It’s the check engine light. While it’s often assumed that the check engine light...

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      Things to Check When Buying a Used Car

      Things to Check When Buying a Used Car

      A car is likely to be one of the most expensive purchases you ever make, so it pays to make sure you get it right. As a buyer, you have the right to fully inspect the vehicle from nose to tail to create a clear picture in your mind regarding its overall condition. We...

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      Safe Driving – Seatbelt Rules and Safety

      Safe Driving – Seatbelt Rules and Safety

      Failure to wear a seat belt is one of the leading causes of road crash death for crash-involved vehicle occupants. Each year around 40 people are killed on NSW roads because they're not wearing a seatbelt, and around 350 people are injured. These deaths and injuries...

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      Safe Driving – Speed Limits

      Safe Driving – Speed Limits

      Speeding is the number one killer on NSW roads. Following these rules will help keep you, and others, safe on our roads. On roads where there’s no speed limit sign, you must not drive faster than the default speed limit: 50km/h in ‘built-up areas’ – areas with street...

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      Maximizing the Life of Your Vehicle

      Maximizing the Life of Your Vehicle

      Maintaining your car properly so it will last long is very important. Performing routine maintenance like oil changes and transmission services prevents mechanical failures in the long run and promotes the car's overall health. But did you know that your driving...

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      How To Perform a Basic Tune-up Inspection

      How To Perform a Basic Tune-up Inspection

      Tune-up service is made up of two parts: the inspection and the actual tune-up. The inspection includes a visual check of the engine’s fuel-system components to ensure that the fuel filter is clean and unclogged, that no damage has been caused to the fuel pump, and...

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      Essential Tips for Safe Driving

      Essential Tips for Safe Driving

      The best way to reduce the risk of being involved in an accident is to practice safe driving behaviors. Whether you're just learning to drive or you've been behind the wheel for decades, it's a good idea to review some basic rules for safe driving. Although you can't...

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      Signs That Your Vehicle is in Need of a Check Up

      Signs That Your Vehicle is in Need of a Check Up

      Your car is no different for having a regular check-up, just like visiting a dentist or a doctor for a health check or for the sake of staying healthy. If you feel that your vehicle is behaving strangely, making unusual sounds, it’s shaking when you accelerate or...

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      A Guide to Common Dashboard Warning Lights

      A Guide to Common Dashboard Warning Lights

      Common Warning Lights On Your Car Dashboard And What They Mean   Like many things, cars are not perfect. It is fair to assume something is eventually going to break or stop working no matter what sort of car you buy, and no matter how reliable it is. There are...

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      Most Common Car Problems and Their Signs

      Most Common Car Problems and Their Signs

      Regular service and maintenance are important to keep your vehicle running smoothly and strongly. However, there are times that car issues will arise and will show certain warning signs. Although, it may seem like the best idea is to take a car to a mechanic. It is...

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      How to Get Your Car Ready For Your Next Road Trip

      How to Get Your Car Ready For Your Next Road Trip

      Going on a road trip requires some planning, but it’s not just the destinations and the budget you have to keep in mind. The most important aspect of a road trip is your ability to safely, efficiently travel, and your vehicle plays a big role in the comfort and...

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      Reasons To Regularly Service Your Car

      Reasons To Regularly Service Your Car

      As a responsible car owner, regular servicing of your car is very important. Servicing a car regularly does not assure certain failure but it will certainly help to reduce the intensity of loss. The more use you get out of a car, the more it will wear out. A poorly...

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      Checks to avoid car Pink Slip eSafety Check fails

      Checks to avoid car Pink Slip eSafety Check fails

      eSafety or Pink Slip, are required to register or offer a vehicle for sale. This inspection ensures the safety standard of the vehicle being offered for sale, transferring registration, or for re-registration purposes. Pink Slip is a process to check the car and make...

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      When Should I Change My Tires?

      When Should I Change My Tires?

      There is no way to tell exactly how long a tyre lasts. The lifespan and mileage of a tyre depend on a combination of factors: design, the driver’s habits, the climate, the road conditions, and the care that's put into. It’s always a good idea to perform regular...

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      How to Safely change a Flat Tyre

      How to Safely change a Flat Tyre

      Flat Tyres can happen anywhere. You might end up stranded along the side of the road with no cellphone service! It is easy enough if you exert a little effort with the right know-how and simple tools. Here are our recommendations on how to complete the job safely and...

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      How To Clean and Disinfect Your Car?

      How To Clean and Disinfect Your Car?

      While you're out, you're exposed to germs and viruses that can follow you back into your car. General cleaning of your entire interior is recommended and we'll focus the majority of our attention to the areas we come into contact with most, which we're calling...

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      Safe Vehicle Inspections during COVID-19 Crisis

      Safe Vehicle Inspections during COVID-19 Crisis

      The recent Covid-19 pandemic has put considerable strain on families across Australia. New laws took effect on 31 March 2020 which requires people to remain at home unless they have a reasonable excuse such as traveling to work or shopping for food. With many people...

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      Tips to clean the Interior of Your Car

      Tips to clean the Interior of Your Car

      Cleaning the interior of your car is important for maintenance and value. It can extend the life of leather, vinyl, plastic, and other components. Doing it yourself can be surprisingly inexpensive and straightforward. Follow these simple steps on how to clean the...

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      DIY: How to Flush Your Radiator and Replace the Coolant

      DIY: How to Flush Your Radiator and Replace the Coolant

        Flushing the radiator and replacing the coolant is something that must be accomplished periodically. This is done to prevent your engine from overheating and keep the inner workings of your cooling system free from contaminants. It’s recommended that you change...

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      DIY Car Maintenance: How to Change Oil

      DIY Car Maintenance: How to Change Oil

      Changing your car's engine oil is one of the most basic of automotive maintenance. Plus, an oil change is the most important task you can do to make your engine last. We’ll teach you how to change oil and how to extend oil life. Here's how to change oil and how to...

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      Easy steps guide to wash your car at Home

      Easy steps guide to wash your car at Home

      Nothing makes your car look better than a good wash. Washing your own car will save you money. It also allows you to give extra attention to especially dirty areas of your vehicle. Provided you use the right technique and the right tools, washing your car is easy to...

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      DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle

      DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle

      Maintaining your car is a very important step that every car owner must follow to increase the life of their car and make it look brand new like it just came from the dealer. Doing a weekly inspection to help you maintain your car can save you thousands of dollars....

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