Basket Case: Three Common Symptoms Of A 4WD Transfer Case In Need Of Servicing

Posted on: 16 September 2016
The transfer case is one of the most important components of any 4 wheel drive vehicle, as it is responsible distributing power to all four wheels as and when it is requires. As you can imagine, this process requires a complex and durable piece of equipment to function properly, and the complicated mechanisms of a transfer box are prone to wearing out and malfunctioning over long periods of use. If your transfer box is starting to fail, you will probably notice one or more of the following symptoms, a clear sign that your transfer box is in need of thorough servicing.
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Five Things You Need to Help Your Tyres Succeed in the Sand

Posted on: 31 August 2016
If you are driving through the sand, most popular advice touts the benefits of lowering the pressure in your tires. This increases the surface area of your tyres, making it easy to drive through soft sand. However, to best support your tyres on this journey. There are a few things that can help. Check out this list: 1. A Brick The first time you deinflate your tyres to drive through sand, you can use a brick to estimate how much you want to deflate them.
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Some Important Reminders About Renting a Car When on Holiday

Posted on: 10 August 2016
If you're enjoying a trip with your family or friends, you might use the car for more than just driving to and from your hotel. In turn, you may actually find that you face some restrictions on that car rental that you weren't expecting, and may wind up losing your deposit or having to pay additional fees because of how you used the car. To ensure you know what's involved with the rental, note a few important reminders and then be sure to ask about these at the rental agency if necessary.
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Important Questions to Ask When Renting a 4WD in Australia

Posted on: 14 July 2016
When exploring the territories of Australia, you may want to rent a 4WD rather than a standard family sedan. A 4WD can make it easier to drive in sandy or muddy conditions that are common on some of the back roads and some rural areas of the country. Because renting a 4WD is a bit different than renting and driving a standard sedan, note a few questions you might want to cover with the rental agency before you drive away.
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