How to Improve Vehicle Efficiency by Concentrating on Your Car's Exhaust

Posted on: 18 May 2018
If you have an older car and are not too happy about its fuel economy, you may be wondering what you can do to put things right. Certainly, it may be possible to initiate a full engine rebuild so that all the performance parameters are reset, but you may want to look at how exhaust gases are being extracted, as this could be the root cause of your problem. What could you be overlooking here?
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What to Focus on When Accessorising Your New SUV

Posted on: 26 April 2018
Due to the predominantly rural nature of Australia, it's perhaps no surprise that a huge number of vehicles on the road today are based on SUVs. If you're about to join this number and pick a vehicle that will enable you to explore at weekends while doing the daily commute to work, you may be thinking how you can accessorise it for maximum practicality. One of the first components to add will undoubtedly be a form of front-end protection, but here you have a great deal of choice.
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Understanding Common Taillight and Brake Light Problems

Posted on: 8 December 2017
The brake lights and taillights in your vehicle are critical for your safety on the road when driving. If the tail lighting units fail, you will not be able to see your rear properly, particularly at night. And, if the brake lights fail, the drivers behind you will not know when you depress your brakes. Therefore, serious accidents can occur due to this simple lighting failure. If you have notice malfunctions with the driving lights in your vehicle, you should consult an auto technician for immediate repairs.
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Leather Like New: Restore Sheen & Repair Scuffs and Scratches for Under $10

Posted on: 18 April 2017
Leather seats make a great addition to any car's interior: however, over time signs of wear will inevitably begin to show through. You may think that your seats' best days are behind them, but don't give up on them just yet – the following guide will take you through the best, fastest and cheapest way to revitalise old leather, without the need for expensive or specialised products. You will need:
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