Why You Should Buy Nissan Parts From The Wrecking Company

Automotive Blog

Wrecking companies are always buying old cars from owners who no longer drive them or cannot acquire the appropriate registration for them. These cars are then stripped of parts which are then sold to any willing buyer. The remaining shells are wrecked and sold for recycling purposes. If you are looking for parts for your Nissan car, there are three good reasons why your first option should be the wreckers.

2 April 2015

How To Check If Your Car's Alternator Is Working


Of all the parts in your car's electrical system, the alternator is one of the most important. It has a crucial role to play in maintaining the mobility of your automobile. Due to the stresses placed on this unit by your normal daily driving, it may only last between three and four years. How does it work - and how do you know if it's becoming faulty? How Does an Alternator Work?

16 March 2015

Why Every Company Should Consider a Coach Hire for Business Travelers

Automotive Blog

If your staff needs to be taken to an event such as a retreat or conference, it's always good to consider a coach or bus hire that includes a driver. There are many advantages to your company for such a hire; consider a few of those here. 1. Your company reduces their liability Even if your staff is offsite, if they're conducting official company business or doing something they've been instructed by the company such as attending a seminar, you are liable for their safety and security.

25 February 2015

Things To Do When Servicing Your Own Vehicle

Automotive Blog

Many people have, through experience, built up the skills over time to enable them to properly service a vehicle. This can be a valuable experience to have, as it can save you money when the time comes to change and check a few things on the vehicle. This article may be of use to those who wish to start performing basic checks and repairs to their vehicle, but lack the experience.

11 February 2015

Prolonging Your Car Battery's Life


When your car won't start, it's often because of a dead battery. When a jump-start fails, and diagnostic tests at the auto repair shop show that the battery is at the end of its life, it's time for a new one. The new battery should last four to five years, with no maintenance. But you can't take it for granted. The charge may deplete at any time, leaving you unable to use your car.

27 January 2015

Types Of Shipping Insurance Coverage

Automotive Blog

Shipping insurance is an important consideration when hiring heavy machinery transport services. When you obtain shipping insurance for your shipment, you are guaranteed of partial or full reimbursement in the event of loss or damage to the shipment. This makes shipping insurance an even more reliable security measure than real-time tracking. Choosing shipping insurance, however, is usually not a very straight-forward process. This is because there are numerous forms of shipping insurance arrangements to choose from, with each having its own advantages and disadvantages.

15 January 2015

Road Trip? How To Ensure Your Caravan's Fridge Performs Well

Automotive Blog

If you're dusting off your caravan after a winter recess and planning a great road trip, there are a few things you can check as you get ready to ensure that you have as trouble-free a holiday as possible. Check to see that your refrigerator is properly configured and installed and ready for action. While you should always ensure that it has been installed according to the manufacturer's specification, here are some pointers that you can check for yourself.

8 January 2015