19 Feb

Preparing your classic car for a show

Finally, it’s the time to showcase your marvelous car to the world – by this we mean the few thousand people that do turn out to classic car shows. You have got all the maintenance right and all parts working superbly. It’s the time to reap your hard work mind efforts you have placed in conditioning the car. For you to really stand out, preparation is everything. Winners get made at the end of the day so you must make sure you are familiar with the rules of the game. They provide you with the insight of what will get checked in the show. To be on the safe side make sure that you find the right insurance that will cover you during the entire duration of the show. For...
21 Jan

Pros and cons of financing your car

If you are considering buying a car under finance you must firstly understand the positives and negatives of this. Most auto dealerships have financing alternatives set up for their clients. This can be a very good thing, or it can be a trap. It’s dependent upon you to make sense of which it is. Some positive aspects are that dealerships infrequently offer exceptional estimating dependent upon financing through them. Merchants may likewise offer discounts and motivating forces to purchasers who back with them. On the off chance that you have phenomenal credit, merchants can offer to a great degree low loan costs. Merchants might have the capacity to offer 0% enthusiasm for a bit of the credit, frequently the initial six months or year. Merchants can offer maker’s financing arrangements and specials, which is frequently...
12 Dec

Understanding your 4WD vehicle

Purchasing a 4-wheel drive vehicle is a big step from your usual standard road car. You now have the opportunity to venture off the track and put your new car to the test. Each 4×4 wheel drive is different, so familiarise yourself with the vehicle manual before starting your journey. Understand the safe ways to switch your vehicle from 2-wheel drive to 4-wheel drive without causing damage. Some older off-roaders require your front wheels to be unlocked before entering 4WD mode. Most 4WD vehicles have two 4×4 options, 4-wheel drive low and 4-wheel drive high. High can be driven at higher speed and can be used to provide your car with extra traction, Low ratio mode is a slower mode and can be used for the more challenging surfaces such as...
28 Nov

Off-roading adventure seeker

If you love an adrenaline rush and also enjoy taking control, off-roading is a great, fun and dangerous activity for thrill seekers out there. If you like to break the rules and decide off-roading is the thrill seeking activity for you, you must take some time to decide which 4WD car is right for you. Knowing the dangers and planning ahead is essential, always plan for the worst case scenarios. Have a first aid kit handy, food and drink stocked up and spare warm clothing if you are stranded out in the cold, as weather can dramatically change in the evenings, even on the hottest of days. Off-roading can be done on a variety of surface conditions, such as snow, sand and mud which are handled in similar ways to...
23 Oct

Buying an Old Car

Many people buy used cars but how many people really look at motors that are more than 10 years old? There’s no harm in doing this you know, just because a car is old doesn’t mean it won’t be fit to drive. We’re often told that old cars are tiled, on their deathbed or waiting to be scrapped but this will depend on the car itself. You can still find cars from the 1970s and 80s with low mileage and if they’ve hardly been used and they’ve been well looked after then they should still be worth looking at. Having a new but used car can still be quite pricy and perhaps by looking further down the line over the 10 year mark you’ll find a car that’s cheaper, in...