Tips for Renting a Car for a Long Australian Road Trip

Posted on: 31 March 2017
Australia has some beautiful scenic drives, so many tourists like the idea of hiring a car and taking a road trip. However, it pays to read the fine print as many car hire agreements have a clause around reasonable use that can limit you to only a few hundred kilometres a day. Here are some of the options to get around these issues.  Buy out the clause Many car companies have an option where you can buy out certain clauses, such as agreeing to pay an extra amount for each excess kilometre driven.
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Five Things Not to Do When Reupholstering Your Vehicle Seats

Posted on: 28 March 2017
If the upholstery on your vehicle seats is wearing out, you may want to reupholster it. If you've never done an upholstery project before, there are several mistakes you may want to avoid. Check out this list of things not to do. 1. Don't Use Regular Fabric Theoretically, you can cover your vehicle seats with any type of material, but you should focus on materials that fight wear and tear. In particular, you should buy upholstery fabric, leather, vinyl or another sturdy material.
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How a Complex Manager Can Keep Parking Lots Clean and Safe

Posted on: 24 March 2017
When you own or manage an apartment or condominium complex of any sort, you need to ensure the parking lots are clean and safe and also attractive, as they're usually the first thing to be seen by a potential tenant or buyer. There is also the legal liability of the complex if someone were to get injured or cause an accident on the property's parking lot, so it should always be in good repair.
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How to keep your car in good condition

Posted on: 17 March 2017
A car represents a significant financial investment for most people. As such, it's worth doing what you can to look after it, so that you can keep it in roadworthy condition for as long as possible. Here are two ways to do this. Adjust your driving habits There are a number of common driving habits which can drastically shorten the lifespan of your vehicle. One example of this is revving your engine without allowing it to warm up first.
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