6 Common Types of Car Trailers and Their Uses

Posted on: 27 June 2018

Whether you're looking to buy a car trailer or just curious about trailer lingo or design, it isn't hard to become shocked at the vast variety of trailers built and used in everyday life. So, what are some of these common car trailers, and what are they used for? Standard Trailers Beginning with the most common form of trailer, standard trailers come in many shapes and sizes and generally don't have specialised uses - you can see people driving them around all Australian cities, whether moving furniture or going to work carrying a cement mixer.
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How to Improve Pipe Bending Outcomes

Posted on: 13 February 2018

Hobbyists who like making their own auto accessories, such as exhaust system components, can check certain aspects of the pipe bending process in case they have been having unsatisfactory outcomes. This article discusses some of the things that you can change in order to produce better results when you bend pipes as you fabricate car accessories. Check Weld Seams The first thing that you should check is the quality of the weld seam on the pipes that you use during your projects.
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Everything You Need to Understand About Car Seat Warmers

Posted on: 13 April 2017

For a car enthusiast, your ride is like a next of kin. You always want the best for it so that it can give you the best performance. When it comes to ride comfort, you can improve your car's level of comfort by customising the seats with some seat warmers. Cars are designed in a way that their interior feels warmer than the outdoor surrounding. However, cold weather can be so extreme and that's why you need seat warmers to help you make the interior comfortable for all the occupants in the car.
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3 Ways Hands-free Controls Can Help You Eliminate Distractions While Driving

Posted on: 19 May 2015

Did you know that distracted driving is responsible for 30% of fatal crashes and 45% of serious injury crashes in South Australia each year? Every time that you text and drive, you are distracted for a minimum of 5 seconds, and you are 23 times more likely to end up in a car accident. As your cellphone can be a huge temptation, install hands-free controls to keep your eyes on the road.
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