For those new to buying a car or taking out finance it can be a daunting prospect. However, when you know the facts it is rather simple. If you had the money in your account to buy a car you could pay the current owner – either a dealership or an individual – the price … Continue reading How Does Car Finance Work?
Leasing a car rather than buying is an option usually taken up by those who prefer to drive the newest models, without having to pay a large sum to own the vehicle. In the long term the cost of leasing a car can end up higher than that of buying a car, but there are … Continue reading How Do I Lease A Car?
How great do you feel when you get out on the open road? It’s a fantastic feeling of freedom, especially when it’s a new car. You want to wind down the window and just feel the wind in your hair. We’re not the only ones who get excited about this. We’ve collected a few clips … Continue reading That New Car Feel
We couldn’t imagine anything worse than packing up the car, getting on the road early and then breaking down because you haven’t run through these quick tips before hitting the road on your Summer Holiday. These are just a few simple checks that you should be able to complete yourself at home: Car checks: Check … Continue reading Preparing Your Car For A Summer Road Trip
There are plenty of simple car repairs that every car owner could and should be able to do themselves. Doing these simple jobs will not only save you bit of cash but also give you that feeling of pride like when you put a flat pack together or mow your lawn. 1. Replace windshield wiper … Continue reading Three DIY Car Repairs Everyone Should Know
You give your house a Spring Clean so why not treat your car to the same sort of treatment? It’s simple to do at home if you have the right equipment or at your local self service car wash. Interior: Vacuum the carpet and mats and remove any stains with a carpet cleaner. Wipe out … Continue reading Spring Cleaning Your Car
Of the Recent 2015-16 Federal Budget delivered by Treasurer Joe Hockey, certainly the main winners are small to medium businesses with a registered ABN and an annual turnover of less than $ 2,000,000. With the announcement of the accelerated depreciation of assets costing less than $20,000 (allowing businesses to immediately deduct the cost of each … Continue reading What The Small Business Tax Breaks Mean For You
Whether you’ve spotted cars out and about with little cameras in the windscreen or you’ve seen the multitude of YouTube footage of terrible drivers, you’re probably aware of Dash Cams by now. If you haven’t they are just what they are called; dashboard cameras that can be used to record your driving and even what … Continue reading Dash Cams in Australia
We’ve all had that moment of frustration as you try to find a parking space that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, complaining that parking fees cost more than your rent. Well now it seems parking in Sydney can cost more than your home! A Sydney City parking space recently went on the market … Continue reading The Cost Of Parking In Sydney
After a survey of the price and running costs of all cars released in Australia for 2014 we have a clear least expensive car of the year! The Suzuki Alto 1.0 litre hatchback came out as the least expensive car to own and run, well ahead of diesels, hybrids, electric vehicles and LPGs. This is … Continue reading Economical Cars & Paris Bans Old Cars