Buying a Car? Put Your Safety First

May 15, 2018

When was the last time you considered the safety features or ratings when shopping around for a new or used car? We are often too focused on getting the price we want or making sure that the vehicle is mechanically sound and less worried about vehicle safety or what the ANCAP ratings are. To give you a rough idea of how safety features can benefit your health, Road Safety Commission Western Australia has decided to give you all the statistics you need to know. Here are some safety features to consider the next time you are car hunting: Safety Features... Read More


Don’t Tread Lightly – A Quick Guide on Tyre Maintenance

May 3, 2018

Tips to maintain your tyres   Do you hear a feint humming sound when driving? When was the last time you checked the condition of your tyres? Ensuring that your tyres are in good condition is essential in maintaining your vehicle's integrity. It is illegal to drive around in a non-roadworthy vehicle and if your tyres are not up to standard you not only put yourself at risk but also other drivers on the road. When it comes to road safety, you would not drive around with a cracked windscreen, so why would you risk unsafe tyres. Below are some... Read More

Windscreen Cracked? Repairing Might Not Be Safe Enough

April 19, 2018

Despite being a cautious driver, nothing is more frustrating than having to deal with a chipped or cracked windscreen. At some stage we have all experienced being a victim of a notorious rock being flung from the driver in front of you, leaving behind a nasty chip in your windscreen and even a bill. Annoyed and frustrated, you now have to find out if you have to either repair your windscreen or get it replaced as simply ignoring the issue won’t make it disappear. It is vital that the damage is tended to immediately as prolonging the issue may be... Read More


Why is it Dangerous to Drive With a Broken Windshield?

March 6, 2018

Getting a cracked or chipped windscreen can be a nuisance to repair or replace and not everyone has the time or money to attend to it as soon as possible. Ignoring the issue as it is not immediately life threatening is easy but this may cause even more problems further down the track. By addressing the damage in its early stages you can completely avoid all the hassle of a replacement. Here are some reasons why you should not drive with a damaged windscreen: Safety – driving around with a chipped or cracked windscreen compromises the safety of your vehicle... Read More