First-time Dolly Trailer Buyers: Instructions to Help You Get Through

Posted on: 4 January 2019

A dolly trailer refers to an unpowered type of trailer designed for connection to a truck, prime mover or tractor unit. Dolly trailers come in handy in rescue and other operations. The trailer attaches to the powered wheel of the automobile. Rear-wheel vehicles will host the dolly trailer on the hind axle while front-wheel vehicles affix it on the front wheels. If you are using a dolly trailer for the first time, it is possible to make a few mistakes that can cost you. [Read More]

Important Things to Know About Bus and Other Truck Towing

Posted on: 31 December 2018

When you are driving down the road and your car breaks down, you pull over and hire a tow truck. Well, what do you do if the vehicle is not an ordinary car? When you have larger needs there are still tow trucks to meet your needs. Here are some things to know about bus and other truck towing. Size Matters When it comes to any kind of towing, it is important to know that size really does matter. [Read More]

Three ACE Excuses To Buy Wrecker Parts For Your Hot Rod Build

Posted on: 26 December 2018

With the lazy, hazy days of summer now here in Australia, this is the perfect time to get on with those hobbies there is never any time for during the rest of the year. As a person who is currently focusing on building their first hot rod, you are probably hoping to get all the parts you need collected and ready for the build to commence. Rookie hot rod builders like yourself are on a steep learning curve of how to build the ultimate car based on the budget you have. [Read More]

How to Enjoy the Benefits of Buying a "New" Used Car

Posted on: 7 November 2018

Although an increasing number of people are opting to move towards the centre of the city as they find their home, most Australians still live in sprawling suburbia and find that they cannot do without their own form of transportation on a daily basis. While public transportation may be reasonable in most places, it's still not enough if you have to "pop" to the shops to get some last-minute supplies or get to work if you're on the late shift. [Read More]