In recent years, there have been huge changes to the domestic automobile manufacturing industry in Australia. Many vehicles that were previously household names have simply ceased to exist and some people believe that there is not enough choice in the marketplace, any more. If you've been looking around and don't like what you see in a typical showroom, you may be thinking about importing a vehicle from overseas. If that's the case, there's good news for you as recent changes to the law have made this a whole lot easier.
Car breakdowns can be stressful to deal with when the problem with your car cannot be fixed from the location where you are stranded. Luckily, you can always call for roadside towing service in times of need. Because you can never tell when your car will break down while you are driving, it is important that you find and keep the contacts of a reputable towing service company you can call for help when you get stranded by the roadside.
One of the problems faced by many car owners in Australia is shortened battery life. Contrary to what most car owners think, car battery failure is rarely caused by manufacturing defect — bad driving habits are the more probable culprits. Steer clear of these habits if you want to enjoy reliable service from your car battery and get maximum service life from it.
Regular use of electronic add-ons
Your battery provides the power required to start your car, but it usually powers more than just the vehicle.
People go to driving school so they can learn how to drive safely, but also to increase their chances of passing the driving test the first time. If you are going to driving school anytime soon, here are some essential tips you can follow to make the time you spend in driving school as fruitful as possible.
Know how you learn best.
Do you learn best by reading and listening to the pros or are you more of a hands-on learner?
Many small automotive companies are affected by seasonal demand and other business cycles which demand that they hired temporary workers during busy periods and lay them off during the quiet season. However, it is important to retain a small section of dedicated full-time staff who act as the backbone of the business. Below is a guide to why one member of this team should be a truck driver.
Temporary vs. permanent staff