As Australian’s start to return to the office, many
Australian’s are changing the way they commute to a transport mode that gives
them control over their environment. While each state government assures us
that public transport is cleaned thoroughly and regularly, there is still a
level of paranoia that surrounds commuters as to how safe it is to use them.
There are certain times within the year that car dealers offer extra savings on their cars to make stock move faster. The two biggest sales are the Plate Clearance/end of year sales and End of Financial Year Sales. These are the best times of the year for you to get the best deal on your new car.
Every new car is covered by a manufacturer’s warranty. This is a legally enforceable promise made by the manufacturer to take responsibility for any faults that occur in a motor vehicle during the warrant period.
If you’ve been putting off taking your car in for its routine service, it’s encouraged to take advantage of the quieter workshops during the COVID-19 lockdowns. If it normally takes weeks to book your car in for a routine service, you can now make an appointment much more easily.
All drivers should take serious precautions during the COVID-19 emergency. We have published advice on how to keep your novated lease hygienic here. You may be left wondering what to do in other situations outside of the car such as refuelling, flat tyres, break downs and new car purchases.
As many Australians start to work from home (WFH), it can be tough re-adjusting to your new home office. Working from home has been linked to many benefits like increasing performance, business continuity, and achieving a greater work-life balance. However, if WFH is not well managed it can be problematic.
Hygiene is essential right now to reduce the spread of
COVID-19. It’s also incredibly important to keep your car clean during this
time too, to protect yourself and your family. If you’re in the market for a
new car, dealerships are still open and operating, it’s important to ensure you
clean down these cars too.
Also known as the Tin Lizzie, Leaping Lena, Jitney or Flivver; the Ford Model T was first introduced in 1908. It is regarded as the first affordable automobile and modernised the car manufacturing industry by establishing assembly line production,
Australian’s love meat
pies, kangaroos, football and Holden’s.
The iconic car brand
will be leaving our shores by the end of 2021. The shock decision comes less
than 3 years after the automaker ceased Australian manufacturing. The brand has
experienced years of declining sales with the final straw being in September 2019,