A flat car battery always seems to occur at the most inconvenient time and location.
Your car’s battery is responsible for much more than just powering your engine – it powers the windows, radio, windshield wipers, dashboard lights, power seats, headlights, and any other electrical component you can think of!
If you’re in the market for a new car, chances are you’ve heard about the severe shortage of new cars.
The current advice from the Australian Automotive Dealers Association (AADA), the peak industry advocacy body that represents new car dealers in Australia, recommends car buyers should get in the queue now and place their orders if they want a new car before Christmas and the summer holidays.
Even for the most seasoned driver, car-buying can be a stressful experience. From deciding on what car you want to negotiating a price with the dealer, there are many steps in the car buying journey that would leave your head spinning!