Got a fuel light warning lighting up in your dashboard? Let Motorama 4X4XMORE's Peter Caswell tell you what to do.
Do you know how to safely wash your engine bay? Let Motorama 4X4XMORE's Peter Caswell explain!
Don't know if your tyres still have enough tread to drive safely? All you need is a 20c coin to check if you should get them replaced. In this Top Tech Tip video we'll show you how.
Going off-road can throw up road surfaces and obstacles that can cause damage to the underbody. Here’s how to stop rust from ruining your car.
Tyres are the only connecting your car has to the road and maintaining them is therefore very important. You should check your tyre pressure regularly, about every two weeks. Here's how!
Your car’s multimedia unit is expected to do more than just play music; it has to be an all round connectivity hub for your vehicle. With personal technology becoming more and more indispensable, having your car available to connect to your smart devices and make your drive more comfortable.
Especially during winter, maintenance of your car battery is very important. There are a number of things you can do to prolong your battery's life, saving you time and money, and most importantly reducing the risk of finding yourself stranded with a flat battery.
Do you ever find your car reluctant to start up on a cold morning? Let’s have a look at a few things you can do to protect your battery from conking out in the cold.
Got a problem with your battery? Depending on the issue, it may be time to replace it - or at the very least, have some maintenance done. Find out why here.
If you frequently make long road trips or you love to go camping, you might already be familiar with car power inverters, which convert DC voltage into AC output.
Car chargers, portable DVD players, frequent short trips or long periods of non-use are just a few of the ways that can affect your car battery and its health. It definitely isn’t the end of the world for you, especially if you have Roadside Assistance.
Well, your tyres should not only be checked your regular vehicle service, but as they are an extremely important part of your vehicle, they should be checked fortnightly to ensure you maximise their efficiency and longevity. Here are some tips to maintaining your tyres for the best traction and capability.
When selecting tyres, do you generally just go with the best price that the tyre shop can give you? But when you’re shopping for tyres, do you know how to read tyre sizes to find the best tyres for performance or comfort, or for fuel efficiency?
The spare tyre is one of the most important things you can have in your car, but many people don't give it very much thought until they get their first flat tyre. Check out why spare tyres are so important.
Never had to change a tyre? Lucky you! But the more you drive, the bigger the chance you'll run into a flat one of these days. Your first thought may be to call roadside assistance, but changing a flat is not as complicated as you might think.
Your car's tyres are one of its most important features, as they are the only things standing into the way of your car and the road. Improper care and maintenance can lead to accidents that can be harmful to both your car and its occupants, so it makes sense to look after them as best you can.
The make, model and engine size of your car, the conditions you drive in most frequently and the brand of tyres you prefer are all important things to think about before you make your final choice. It is always a good idea to speak to an expert at your local car service centre if you need advice or support, but read on for a few tips to get you started.
One of the most important parts in your maintenance schedule should be checking and protecting your car's tyres from ageing. Follow this comprehensive guide to find out how.
Making sure that you have the correct tyre pressure is another essential task you need to take care of, but sometimes we don't always get this right. Having your tyres correctly inflated, can make for safer driving and can also bring economic and longevity benefits too.
Accidentally putting the wrong fuel can mean disaster for your engine and your wallet. If you’ve reached for the wrong pump by mistake, we’ve got a helpful guide on what to do so you don’t end up stranded at the petrol station.
Sick of stopping at the petrol station? With petrol prices at record highs, we’ve put together our top five tips to make the most of your tank.
You’re slowing down at the lights, but instead of coming to a stop quietly – your brakes squeal and scream their way to a halt. So what’s the matter and how do you fix it?
We all know that taking care of our brakes is one of the most important things we can do to extend the life of our car and ensure we travel safely from A to B.
Your brakes are among the most important components in your car, and are instrumental in keeping you safe on the road. Maintaining your brake fluid levels can improve the performance of your brakes and may even help them to last longer.
If you notice any brake irregularities or issues outside of your regular services, make sure you take your vehicle down to be checked out as quickly as possibly - it could make all the difference in preventing an accident. Here's what to look out for.
One of the most important - but often overlooked - components in your vehicles is its steering.
If you are concerned that your steering isn't straight, the first thing you should do is book an appointment with your local Brisbane car servicing centre.
Getting your car serviced often means rearranging your day, so being able to plan around not having your car makes it a bit more convenient. So how long should a servicing take?
When it comes time for a service, you may not know what to budget for, and if your car’s running fine, then you may not feel like you need to bring your car in at all.
If you've recently booked your vehicle in for car servicing in Brisbane but you're unsure what this process actually covers, it's a good idea to get your head around it. When it comes to the frequency of your services, check out your owner's manual for suggested timeframes.
Engine oil is one of the few vital fluids that a car needs to run. Putting the wrong oil in can spell disaster for your car.
Regularly changing your oil and keeping your filters clean helps to ensure your car's engine stays in tip-top shape and can even boost its lifespan. But how often should you change your oil and filters?
Whether you suffer from seasonal allergies or simply prefer the air in your car to remain fresh and clear, a pollen filter can be an invaluable accessory.
You might have heard of a pollen filter, or seen it in small print as one of the features of your car. But what does it do?
What are pollen filters and why are they important to check and change regularly? Find out here.
Here are three simple monthly checks absolutely anyone can do in less than five minutes so as to ensure the smooth operation of their car and keep yourself on the road between scheduled services.
Self-servicing can be a great way to not only save some money, but also to save time. However, if you’re not a mechanic or someone who isn’t experienced working with cars, what usually appears to be a simple job can turn into a very expensive one.
There is nothing quite like that feeling when you suddenly notice a scratch on your pride & joy as you hop out of the car in your garage. It usually only takes a second to do, it can cost a fortune to get out.
Getting your car checked and serviced by a professional on a regular basis is a must, regardless of the age of your vehicle.
Maintaining a car's fluids is something anyone can do from the convenience of their own garage, with products that can be easily purchased at any good car service centre.
Frequent servicing of your car is recommended for all vehicle owners, but you should also be keeping an eye on your automobile yourself to ensure you don't miss any problems that can crop up between checks.
Changing a fuse is one of the easiest ways to maintain your car. So how do you do it?
A little bit of white smoke from the exhaust on a cold morning can just be condensation, and is fairly normal. But what’s a normal amount of smoke from your car – and what should you call the tow truck up for?
You’re sitting at the speed limit, but traffic seems to be passing you and there are people sitting right on your tail. How do you know that the speed you’re doing is what everyone else is doing?
Automatic transmission fluid is one of the most important tools that can help you keep your car in the best possible shape, but many people don't know what it does or how to check it.
It's no secret that having your windows tinted can be a considerable investment, which is why you may wish to take special precautions to protect your window tint and keep it looking its best.
You might have heard of the terms wheel balance and rotation before, but when it comes to your vehicle, what do they mean? And how often should you have this process carried out to ensure your car remains in top condition?
It's easy to think you know everything there is to know about maintaining your car, but you may be missing some vital components hiding under your bonnet.
If you are on the hunt for new cars in Brisbane and have your eye on a hybrid, it's important to recognise these vehicles have unique maintenance requirements.
Each season brings with it a number of different challenges; winter comes with colder weather and wetter roads, while summer blazes through with sizzling temperatures that can often making driving uncomfortable. Prepare yourself for the summer challenges ahead by taking note of these top car protection tips.
Once you've bought your dream car and driven out of the dealer's lot, it's unlikely that maintenance and servicing are going to be the first things on your mind. But there are plenty of easy ways to ensure that your motor stays in tip-top condition for as long as possible.
Overheated engines can be frustrating, expensive and also dangerous, and can affect any Australian driver. For that reason, it's important to understand why this problem can occur, and what you can do to prevent it.
Windscreens are built tough and can stand up to a lot of damage, but that doesn’t mean that they are always immune to the small rocks, pieces of metal and chunks of debris that are found on many Australian roads.
Just like wrinkles and crow's feet are a natural part of getting old, paint chips and marks on your car are a natural part of the automobile ageing process. Learn how to protect it!
Buying a flood damaged vehicle could be a financial disaster waiting to happen! We have spoken with our experienced Motorama technicians and valuers to put together a couple of pointers on what to look for to avoid a lemon.