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3 Things You Should Never Do When Bleeding Brakes

If you have recently carried out repairs on your car's brake system, you may need to bleed air from the brake lines. If air remains in the lines, the brake fluid will not be compressed properly, and your brakes will be spongy and ineffective. While you may already know the steps you need to take to bleed the brakes on your vehicle, you may not be aware of the things y

2 Personal Qualities You Will Need to Be a Driving Instructor

If you are looking to change career, you may not have considered becoming a driving instructor. Becoming a driving instructor can allow you to be your own boss, can allow you to set your own hours. Not only that, you will meet a wide variety of people from teenagers who are just starting out, to older people who have decided to that now is the time to learn to drive.

Three things to think about when buying side tippers

For a huge range of industries side tippers are necessary part of getting the job done. They help bridge the gap between transportation of goods, for example coal, without requiring you to have a crane to lift and place valuable products. If you're looking at side tippers for sale, you may be slightly overwhelmed by the choice on the market, particularly if you're als

6 Benefits of Professional Emergency Roadside Assistance Compared to Doing It Yourself

Emergency roadside assistance can be critical if you have a flat tyre, a dead battery or a similar issue. Some people try to save money on emergency repairs by doing the work themselves, but in most cases, it's more advantageous to have roadside assistance. Here is a look at five of the top benefits. 1. You Don't Get Dirty If you are on your way to work or to a specia

Ready to Take Your New Car to the Victoria Roadways? Here's What You Should Know About Roadworthy Inspections!

If you're planning to buy a new (or just new to you) vehicle in Victoria soon, you may want to learn more about roadworthy inspections. Victoria regulations require that whenever a vehicle transfers into new ownership, whether it's sold brand new or as a used vehicle, a roadworthy inspection must be performed. Here's what you need to know about roadworthy inspect