Getting new tyres for wet roads

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Getting new tyres for wet roads

Wheel Alignment: Identifying the Common Signs of Misalignment

7 February 2017
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The wheels are critical components in the vehicle, so you should perform regular maintenance for ideal functionality and general performance. One of the most critical standard practices with regard to wheel upkeep is wheel alignment. Basically, this is the process through which the angles of the wheels are adjusted. This alteration is designed to restore the position of the wheels to the original angles set by the car manufacturer. In general, you should perform regular wheel alignment according to the schedule recommended in the owner's manual.
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Selecting the Right Castors For the Job

13 January 2017
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Castors are used in all sorts of applications these days. Anything from household furniture to industrial component trolleys can be fitted with them in order to make the more mobile and easier to shift around by hand. However, not all castors are alike and specialised castors are needed in certain situations. If you need help selecting the right type for a particular application, then read on. Castor Wheels The first thing to say about castors is that they are not just a set of wheels.
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4 Simple Steps to Storing Your Extra Tyres During the Summer

13 January 2017
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Whether you have a second set of tyres for the colder seasons or you just want to make sure you're always prepared, you'll need to store extra tyres correctly for maximum longevity. Tyres are generally robust, but prolonged exposure to adverse summer weather or high Australian heat can cause them to break down and crack. If you're unsure how you should be storing your tyres this summer, these 4 simple steps should help you on your way.
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Towing Regulations in South Australia

5 January 2017
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Under South Australia's state driving regulations, towing with a vehicle is defined as pulling a trailer, a caravan or a car via a towing bar. This is only possible to do legally if the vehicle doing the towing is specifically designed for the purpose. Most modern family cars are, but it is still worth checking in your owner's manual before fitting a towing bar and finding that you fall foul of the regulations.
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Tips on Selecting the Right Tyres for Your Car

29 December 2016
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Choosing the right tyres for your car without professional assistance is slightly more complicated than it seems. This is due to the various specifications and requirements set by the car manufacturer, the average speed of the car and the load ratings set. This is not without considering the driving conditions and weather in which you will be driving in. With such a list of crucial things to consider, this task seems harder than it actually is.
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Getting new tyres for wet roads

We live in an area with a lot of rainfall each summer, which can result in slippery roads. It can be quite scary to drive fast if you don't have good tyres with good grip. That's why I am always careful to get my tyres checked each year before the wet weather starts, so that I can drive with confidence. I've gotten pretty savvy at working out the best deals to get my wheels replaced so that I can always know I am safe. This blog has tips on cost-effective options for wet road tyres and should be good for anyone who lives in a wet area.

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