Why Your Choice Of Repairer Is Important

Why Your Choice Of Repairer Is Important

Just had a prang? Then you should think long and hard about who repairs your ride. In recent years, Australian’s have slowly been losing their right to decide who repairs their vehicle after an accident. More and more insurers, especially budget orientated operators,...
5 Most Common Car Parts that Damage in Accidents

5 Most Common Car Parts that Damage in Accidents

As careful as we are as drivers, from time to time, our vehicles can be involved in an accident, caused by others or ourselves. The type of damage will vary from dings and scratches to the more severe dents and crushed metal. No matter who or what causes the damage,...
FAQs On Choosing A Custom Number Plate For Your Car

FAQs On Choosing A Custom Number Plate For Your Car

Grabbing a custom license plate is the ultimate way to personalise your ride. You could have all the coolest mods in the world, but nothing will make it more truly yours, than that cheeky six-character message on your number plate. Here’s everything you need to know...
How Does A Not-At-Fault Insurance Claim Work

How Does A Not-At-Fault Insurance Claim Work

No matter how good of a driver you think you are, you could still be involved in a car crash. A momentary lapse of concentration, poor driving conditions, or mechanical failure could see you careening into another vehicle in an instant. Or more likely still, you could...
Hybrid Technology And The Future of Electric Cars

Hybrid Technology And The Future of Electric Cars

The global transportation sector is going through a period of rapid transition. Although Automated Driving Systems will take some time to perfect, Electric Cars are finally on the cusp of becoming mainstream. But there’s one lesser-known contender whose...
Is Self-Parking Technology for You?

Is Self-Parking Technology for You?

Parking is one of the biggest concerns for drivers. Thankfully, more cars today include “Self-parking” technology. But, it this a help or hindrance? Basically, most parking systems engage when slow down below a set speed, usually less than 20km/h. The driver then sets...