Car games for your family road trip

Stay Entertained On Your Next Road Trip | 6 Fun Car Games to Keep The Fam Occupied

January 13, 2020

Nothing beats the feeling of hitting the open road knowing you’re in for an action packed weekend filled with fishing, camping, off-roading and spending some quality time with the family. However, there’s just one speed hump you need to cross first: the long drive there. Long road trips can either be an enjoyable experience, with the kids happily sitting in the back laughing or sleeping. Or, they can bring out the worst in everybody — kids fighting and screaming, drinks getting spilled, or food getting thrown around. All this while being stuck behind a train of cars waiting to overtake... Read More

Is australia ready for electric cars?

Is Australia Ready For Electric Cars?

January 10, 2020

We may not have flying cars or hoverboards just yet, but are we ready for electric cars? Apparently not, as Australia is currently listed as one the slowest countries in the world to adopt the electric car revolution. According to data provided by EV Volumes, China led electric car sales in 2017 with 606,000, followed by USA with 200,000, and Norway with 82,000. It is predicted that by the end of 2018 there will be a total of 2.1 million electric vehicle plug-in sales worldwide with 350-360k in the US, 420-430k in Europe, 1150k in China, and 160k from others.... Read More


5 Major Perth Road Projects Causing Motorist Mayhem

November 21, 2019

From road closures, reduced speed limits, detours and bumper-to-bumper traffic, here are some of Perth’s biggest road projects. Armadale Road Upgrade Location: Tapper Road to Anstey Road. Timeline: Construction commenced March 2018 and is due for completion by the end of 2019. Scope: Widening a 6.9 kilometre section, including dedicated turning lanes, intersection improvements and new shared path facilities. The Armadale Road upgrade is one of Perth’s largest current road projects that’s packed full of failed mergers, a zero tolerance for give way, and a bunch of frustrated drivers who just want to go home. This angst can be felt... Read More

Lights Trail 2019 Perth

Where to See The Best Christmas Lights in Perth 2019

November 18, 2019

It’s that time of year again where neighbourhoods come to life, the streets are illuminated by a spectacular array of lights, and the spirit of Christmas is alive and kicking. Let’s not forget about the spirit of competitiveness. Amongst all the joy and giving, each year contestants come together for the battle of Perth’s best Christmas lights.  Families from as south as Mandurah will travel to as far as Joondalup to witness and judge what they think is Perth’s most lit display of lights.  Now, before you go and drive 45 minutes to some of last year's location and end... Read More

Driving at night in WA

Driving Safe at Night in WA

November 18, 2019

Whether it’s your first time, or you’ve mastered the roads, driving at night can often be a little confronting for any driver. From blinding headlights and dark roads, to impaired vision and hard-to-spot animals or pedestrians, no matter the streets you occupy, it’s important to maintain safe driving culture. When you get behind the wheel of a vehicle you take on the responsibility of ensuring not only your own safety, but also the safety of others on the road. To help you navigate through WA roads at night, we’ve compiled a list of safe driving tips to help boost your... Read More

Buying a second hand car checklist

A Guide to Getting Your P-Plates in WA

September 25, 2019

Getting your license are exciting times but there is a lot to learn before getting your P plates and becoming an independent driver.  This guide will help you navigate your way through the entire process starting from getting your learner’s permit, to completing the hazard perception test, and finally get ready for your practical driving assessment.  Getting your learner’s permit The whole journey will begin with getting your learner’s permit. To obtain your L plates you will first need to sit and pass the Computerised Theory Test (CTT). The minimum age required to sit the test is 16 and you... Read More