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Howdy folks! My name is Tony and this is my latest blog. For some time, I have been trying to think of what my new blog should be about. It was yesterday when I realised that the topic had been in front of me all along. The biggest thing I have learnt recently is how to service my car. I didn't believe in auto servicing. I thought it was the kind of thing people talked about but never did just so they seemed smart. Well, I didn't feel very smart when I broke down at the side of the road. The mechanic was kind enough to teach me all of the top tricks about how to maintain a car.

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How to Survive a Vehicle Breakdown on a Remote Road
13 August 2018

If you've got a long road trip ahead of you, you m

Got Plenty of Patience? How to Flush Your Car's Radiator by Yourself
13 August 2018

If you're a sun lover, you may be happy that winte

Hydraulic Equipment: 3 Essential Tips for Maintaining Your Hose Assemblies
4 June 2018

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Signs That Your Vehicle Needs New Brake Pads
13 April 2018

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What's Typically Done During Car Battery Service?
5 March 2018

Batteries are one of the components of a car that

How to Survive a Vehicle Breakdown on a Remote Road

If you've got a long road trip ahead of you, you may have been preparing for your adventure by stocking up with water and provisions, making sure that your vehicle has plenty of fuel and checking the tyre pressure carefully. You may be fairly confident in its ability to reach your destination, as, after all, it's not been too long since you last had a full service. However, you should always expect the unexpected and be prepared to take action in the event of a breakdown. Read More 

Got Plenty of Patience? How to Flush Your Car’s Radiator by Yourself

If you're a sun lover, you may be happy that winter is coming to an end and those long, steamy days are ahead. As the solstice approaches, you need to be sure that you are ready, especially when it comes to your automobile. Will it be able to cope with those very high temperatures without overheating? If you're not sure, you should take precautions just in case, but where do you begin? Read More 

Hydraulic Equipment: 3 Essential Tips for Maintaining Your Hose Assemblies

Hydraulic hoses and assemblies are critical for the functionality of equipment and vehicles which rely on hydraulic systems for operation. In general, the hoses are designed to allow the conveyance of the fluid and the power required for manipulating different components in hydraulic equipment. If the hose assemblies fail, the functionality of the system will be compromised. Fortunately, you can prevent mishaps by maintaining and protecting the hydraulic hoses. Here are essential upkeep tips to help you keep the assemblies and the hydraulic equipment in good condition. Read More 

Signs That Your Vehicle Needs New Brake Pads

Staying ahead of problems with your car will help keep you away from accidents and costly repairs. The brakes are a vital system in your car, which is why they have to be at their optimum functioning efficiency all the time. The braking system is made up of various components, such as the brake pads. Brake pads wear out with time and have to be replaced. It is important to know when to do this to avoid problems when braking. Read More 

What’s Typically Done During Car Battery Service?

Batteries are one of the components of a car that take the brunt of daily car operation. They provide the electrical power required to start the vehicle and operate all electrical and electronic components such as the on-board computer, dash lights, head lights, tail lights, air conditioner, etc. Unfortunately, many motorists don't usually give their car batteries enough attention with regards to routine maintenance. As a matter of fact, poor battery maintenance is one of the top reasons why many people don't get the most service life out of their auto batteries. Read More