Around 120 Australians have died working on their own vehicles since 2000, with many hundreds more hospitalised, according to the ACCC.
Driving in the dark can fraught with danger but it’s sometime unavoidable. If your vehicle is equipped with the right gear you’ll be able to make it safely through the night.
We bust a few myths about how to maintain your car battery and tell you one of the key DIY fails when it comes to replacing your car battery.
Have you ever started your car and seen a big puff of smoke plume out from behind it? Here’s how to tell what the smoke from your car’s exhaust pipe means.
How many times have you been told, or read it on the internet that you should change your oil either every 5000km or after the first 5000km of travel.
With the school holidays here, don’t just rely on your car’s scheduled services to keep it running. Follow our car maintenance advice.
An easy DIY is replacing your car’s air filter. It will save you money and keep your car running efficiently.
The battery in your car can and will go flat and, as Murphy’s Law dictates, when it’s most inconvenient for you. Here’s how to change a car battery.
Bright headlights are good for safety and essential for a roadworthy certificate… Here’s how to clean car headlights.
The tedious job of cleaning wire spoke wheels is not really that hard, if you follow these simple steps…
It’s not just the outside of your windscreen that gets grimy… here’s how one reader suggests you should clean the inside of your windscreen.
For many of us, our motor vehicle is the second greatest purchase we’ll make in our lives… here’s how to ensure you maintain the value of your car.
Granted it’s not every day you’ve got to think about whether a snake has crawled into your car, but there are some simple tips for keeping snakes out of your car.
Smoking in cars, water leaks onto carpet, carrying fast food, or letting the kids eat and drink in your car can all cause it to stink. Here’s how to get rid of bad smells in cars.
Turning the key in the ignition and hearing… nothing… is a horrible feeling, but don’t panic. Follow our guide to self-diagnosing what’s wrong with your car.