Bad driving habits

February 7, 2020 Blogroll

Putting the gear on reverse while vehicle is still rolling. All vehicles should be stopped, not rolling, before going into reverse to avoid damage to the internals of the transmission. This is true for both manual and automatic vehicles. Waiting until fuel light is on before fueling up. Yes we all live busy lives and […] full post

Soybean Powered Vehicles

November 22, 2019 Uncategorized

Did you know that you can power your car on soy beans? Yes! Bio fuels are fuels made from plant oils derived from plants such as corn, soybeans, rapeseed, canola, palm, cottonseed, peanut and even from recycled cooking grease. Typically bio fuel such as ethanol is made from corn whilst bio diesel is made from […] full post

Difference between Diesel and Petrol

October 16, 2019 Uncategorized

Petroleum fuel starts off as crude oil that’s naturally found in the Earth. When crude oil is processed at refineries, it can be separated into several different kinds of fuels, including petrol, jet fuel, kerosene and, of course, diesel. Diesel fuel is heavier and oilier. It evaporates much more slowly than gasoline — its boiling […] full post

Driving in Perth

September 16, 2019 Travel tips

Are you an overseas visitor planning to visit Perth or maybe to move to this beautiful city of ours. The rules of driving in Australia are different to the rules in other countries, and they’re very strictly enforced. It’s good to familiarise yourself before you hire or buy your vehicle. Important rules to remember In […] full post

Perth Wildflowers

August 21, 2018 What's On

Winter is coming to an end and spectacular wildflowers have begun to bloom. Already now you can see magnificent flowers as you drive along some of Perth’s highways following the winter rains. There are many wildflower trails you can follow in WA from up North all the way to the South but if you don’t […] full post

Keeping the car cool in summer

November 8, 2017 Travel tips

Summer days are coming! Lovely beach weather and sunshine all around! But no one wants to be fried when they get into their car after a long day of being parked outside. Here are some tips to keep your car cooler so that you can enjoy your summer –   1. Use to sunshade of […] full post

Driving in wet weather

July 14, 2017 Travel tips

Winter is well and truly here along with lots rain! Take care to drive safely in the wet weather by: stay informed – check main roads twitter or other traffic updates to see if there is flooding or accidents along your route. slowing down – posted speed limits are set as a maximum. Drive according […] full post

Labour Day

March 3, 2017 Uncategorized

We all love public holidays, what ever the occasion may be. And lucky us there is one just around the corner – 6th March 2017 is Labour Day! But have you ever stopped to wonder what is Labour Day? These days we may think that the 8 hour working day is too long. We always […] full post

Whats On in February 2017

January 31, 2017 What's On

School holidays is over, but that doesn’t mean there is less to do in Perth!   While visiting all the great places in Perth, maybe you can pop in to see a few a these –   Perth International Arts Festival (10Feb – 5Mar) Theatre, circus, music and more! Check out their list on their […] full post

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