A Keyless Generation, A Hackers Paradise - Deans Autoglass

A Keyless Generation, A Hackers Paradise.

You’ve spent the whole day shopping, you knew bubblegum ice cream was a bad idea for the kids, you're so close to that bath you’ve been promising yourself all week, and all that's left to do is to load up the groceries but your car won’t unlock. Are keyless cars safe and how to prevent getting hacked? In recent news a number of motorists had been locked out of their vehicles after parking on the north side of Lakeside Joondalup shopping centre here in Perth. What seemed to be a common factor amongst the 100 or so stuck motorists was... Read More

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The Race For A Greener Future | The Pros & Cons of Electric and Hybrid Cars

By the year of 2017 Australia’s intake of electric vehicles had increased by 44 per cent from the previous year, with overall sales up by 67 per cent from 2016 to 2017. But our emissions were still 45 per cent higher than Europe. Despite our efforts to go greener, Australia is still far behind the 8 ball when it comes to electric vehicles, with a total of 7340 EVs to this date in comparison to 1.2 million in China. It’s not that we aren’t interested in making the swap, in fact a Roy Morgan survey showed that more than 50 per cent... Read More

Stargazing in WA

Stargazing in Western Australia

As we look to the night skies, stargazing and astronomy has become increasingly popular in WA due to the fact that we are so isolated. With some of the best conditions in the world, scientists and stargazers are travelling from around the globe to enjoy one of nature’s most amazing sights right in our backyard. WA has even been chosen to co-host the Square Kilometre Array out in the Midwest where they hope to discover and expand our understanding of the universe. Here are the top stargazing places to visit in Western Australia: The Pinnacles, Nambung National Park: Just off... Read More

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Driving Tips To Beat The Heat

As we enter the peak of summer and temperatures begin to soar, driving can become a bit of an annoyance, or in the worst cases hazardous as our vehicles turn into portable ovens. Driving in extreme heat can pose significant challenges and risks, but by taking a few simple precautions we can ensure your safety and comfort is optimal this summer. Here are some simple tips to stay cool and safe on the roads this season. Stay Hydrated It is extremely important to keep hydrated, especially on longer drives. Always bring a bottle of water before heading out. Slip Slop... Read More

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A Night Out Under The Stars

The weather is warming up and late outdoor activities are now things you can consider. Catching a movie outside is now in season and we have created a list of drive-in and outdoor cinemas in Perth for you. Kookaburra Outdoor Cinema | November – April Enjoy a movie immersed in an enchanted forest under the stars at the Kookaburra Outdoor Cinema in Mundaring. Hidden from the hustle and bustle of Perth, the magical cinema screens latest releases, contemporary and international films throughout the summer holidays. The venue can seat up to 310 patrons with room for people to bring their... Read More

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Western Australia’s Most Scenic Drives

As we say goodbye to those dull and rainy winter days and welcome back the beautiful and sunny days of summer, it is time to hit the road jack! With the holidays around the corner and the kids itching for adventure, we have taken the liberty of packing your itinerary with some of Western Australia’s most scenic drives.   Perth Hills   As we look to head approximately 35 kms inland, we discover the beautiful and hilly drive of the Mundaring Weir through to Zigzag Road in Kalamunda. The drive to Mundaring Weir consists of numerous twisting roads immersed in... Read More

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