Making Your Car Service Fun

Common Car Air Conditioning Problems

Living without a fully functioning air con system in your car can make life uncomfortable. Although there's always the option of driving with your windows down, doing so is problematic. First, it increases drag, which can also raise your fuel usage at certain speeds. Second, if you're sat in traffic the temperature soon starts to build. Here are some common issues you could face. Leaking Refrigerant Your car's air conditioning relies on refrigerant to deliver those cool temperatures you may take for granted. Read More 

4 Benefits Of Getting Rego Inspections In Australia

The registration of your vehicle is a legal requirement, and failure to do so can result in heavy fines. When you register your vehicle for the first time, you will be required to have an inspection conducted by a mechanic. This inspection ensures that your vehicle is roadworthy and safe for use on public roads. The benefit of having this done before registering your car is that you will know if there are any problems with your vehicle before it gets registered on the road. Read More 

What Does Bumping Mean When It Comes to Panel Beating?

In the blink of an eye, you can be involved in a car accident that causes significant damage to your vehicle. Individual panels may be bent out of shape, and you need to work with an expert in order to coax things back to normal. You may be fascinated to learn about some of the tools involved in this work, so you can see why it may take some time before you get the vehicle back on the road. Read More 

How Mechanics Benefit The Automotive Industry

Mechanics are a critical aspect of the automotive industry. Below is an article detailing how mechanics interact and benefit the various stakeholders in the automotive industry.  Mechanics And Car Owners Once you buy a vehicle, you will need a mechanic to conduct routine maintenance and repairs. Most people take their cars to the mechanic when they break down. However, your relationship with the mechanic should commence once you buy the vehicle. Read More 

About Me

Making Your Car Service Fun

Hello! My name is Richard and this is my new blog. I used to hate servicing my car. I would avoid doing it if possible. The idea of getting my hands dirty and covered in oil. However, all of this changed when I made friends with the local mechanic when I was drinking in the pub. He invited me to hang out with him at his auto repair shop and he explained how to make servicing your car fun. Since then, I have been taking a big interest in maintaining my car. I hope you find this blog useful and entertaining.


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