Tell-Tale Transmission Trouble – Why You Should Be on the Lookout

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In the world of engineering, it is very unusual for a component to fail without any warning. Often, impending disaster will be foreshadowed by strange behaviour, an unusual sound, weird smell or the odd leak. As a car or truck owner, this is good to know as it can help you to avoid some of the more expensive repairs associated with a major failure. It does mean that you need to have your wits about you, however, and be very aware if some of these warning signs seem to relate to your transmission.…

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Tips on How to Handle A Roadside Car Emergency

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Having a breakdown in the middle of nowhere is an unnerving experience that no one wishes to encounter. However, even the most careful and vigilant drivers get breakdowns from time to time. The most prevalent causes of failures include electrical faults, low car battery, an overheating engine, a flat or blown out tire, and running out of fuel. The key to managing a breakdown situation is knowing the right steps to follow to address the emergency and also having the right emergency contacts in case you are not able to fix the problem on your own.…

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3 Steps To Ensure Your Car Remains Roadworthy For A Better Selling Price

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Making sure your car remains roadworthy is important if you’re considering selling it in the future. Cars older than five years usually need a safety inspection to get their registration renewed in most Australian states. Once your car passes the inspection, you will get a roadworthy certificate. You can make sure your car remains roadworthy by following these steps. A well maintained car helps you negotiate a better selling price later.…

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