There was once a time when ‘spec-ing’ up your car was
simple. Where extra value and comfort meant opting for an automatic transition,
cruise control, air-conditioning or power steering and brakes. Most of these
options are now standard, however, car buyers today are faced with a huge
selection of aftermarket accessories making it confusing to navigate what you
1952: High Beam Assist
The Autronic eye, its original name, was an invention of the General Motors Guide Lamp Division. Oncoming light was detected through a light-sensing cylinder, this signal would be processed by an amplifier to trigger a low beam.
1948: Cruise Control
Modern cruise control was an invention of Ralph Teetor.
Myth: Novated leasing is an administrative nightmare
Novated leases are sometimes perceived as a whole lot of administration and paperwork throughout the entire lease. This is certainly not the case – Remunerator’s process is designed to be stress free and as simple as possible.
It’s that time of year again, End of Financial Year is upon us and with it comes many, many sales. While you’re sitting on the couch watching TV or swiping through your social media, you may have noticed what seems like hundreds of car advertisements about all the deals not to be missed.
You may have noticed that each night when you turn on the TV to watch the news (or the bachelor, we’re not judging), that you’re bombarded with many ads about all the ‘amazing deals’ on cars right now. You’ll also most likely be aware that the End of Financial Year is quickly approaching,
From classic Ford and Holden to BMW and Chrysler, the Australian police car has evolved drastically. Long before novated leasing and company cars, our authority figures would be in hot pursuit on horseback and cycling the streets to ‘protect and serve’.
The Police Car
The first Australian patrol car was introduced in the early 1900s.
Blockchain. You’ve probably heard about it by now, so what is it?
No, it’s not another term for novated leasing – the short version is that it’s a new technology that is almost impossible to hack. Blockchain works in a way that removes the need for a ‘middle man’ when it comes to making transactions and purchases and increases data privacy.