We all know that without petrol, your car simply would not run. However, when it comes to filling up at the petrol station, some drivers may be concerned about which type of petrol is better for their car – especially if they are driving a new car or just learning the ropes of driving a car.READ MORE
This is another dashboard warning light that is often misunderstood. What does it indicate, and what should you do if it occurs?
The check engine light on the dashboard may be quite concerning for most drivers who are not mechanically savvy.
The good news is that its illumination does not always signify that your engine is about to collapse and plunge you into financial hardship.READ MORE
Once you've made the decision to start looking for used cars, you'll need to do some serious research. The first thing to figure out is what kind of vehicle best suits your needs: a roomy family car, a tough SUV, or a fuel-efficient compact car.
Or, if you're a teen, a cheap and reliable starter car that checks all the safety boxes while still fitting into your 'almost broke student' budget. Check out our selection of some of Australia's best used cars, keeping in mind that "best" can mean different things to different car buyers.READ MORE
Cars are rapidly changing. Are innovations like self-driving cars the dawn of a new era, or just a far-fetched fantasy? Can we trust them to get us from point A to point B safely if they become the future mode of transportation?READ MORE
If you have a growing family or are planning to have children in the near future, it's likely that your automotive priorities have shifted and you're looking for one of Australia's best family friendly cars.
Family-friendly cars, contrary to popular belief, aren't just big; they're also packed with smart technology that keeps our family safe, clever interior designs that provide space and practicality, and entertainment options to keep your family entertained on long holiday road trips.READ MORE
Australia's new car market is flooded with cars that make up less than one percent of their respective sectors.
These five new automobiles don't sell well in Australia, despite the fact that they should, for a variety of reasons.
Ford offers a mid-sized SUV in Australia, which is the country's second-largest category by volume. Even before COVID-19 and the associated component shortages and supply delays, the Escape nameplate was one of the segment's lowest sellers in Australia.READ MORE
It's important to understand how frequently you should have your car maintenance and why this is critical.
Having your car serviced on a regular basis will help keep it in good condition and increase its worth. Your car should be serviced every six months, or 10,000 kilometres travelled, whichever comes first if you can't access your vehicle's owner's handbook. The service schedule for your vehicle is usually detailed in the vehicle logbook and owner's handbook. As a result, if you put off your car's routine maintenance, you are compromising your safety.READ MORE
When you consider price, technology, safety, make, model, and a slew of other distinguishing features, new cars offer plenty of variety. When you add in the chaos of previous ownership, buying a used car can be a very perplexing experience.
While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to buying a used car, there are a few things to keep in mind as you shop. We've prepared a list of the top things to look for when buying a used car to help you simplify your car shopping process.READ MORE
Used car prices have soared across Australia as a result of the pandemic. So, what does this mean for the year 2022?
According to new data from Allianz, 85 percent of Australians who can't afford a new car are looking to the used car market to save money. However, given current prices, the used car market may prove to be a difficult nut to crack as well.READ MORE
Many had predicted that pickup trucks would grow into what they are today. They anticipated a day when people would view pickup trucks as vehicles capable of considerably more than what they were previously employed for.READ MORE