Why Earthmoving Tyres Are Such a Big Investment

Earthmoving equipment can be gargantuan in size and the wheels on such a vehicle can often be bigger than a medium-sized truck. It can, therefore, cost a great deal of money to keep these vehicles in good condition and especially as they work in a very rough-and-tumble environment. If you're in charge of not just keeping this equipment online but satisfying a stringent budget, you will be paying particular attention to those tyres. [Read More]

3 Tyre Safety Questions You Should Answer

Tyre integrity plays a major role in ensuring that you and other road users will be safe when you are driving. It is, therefore, necessary for you to conduct periodic tyre safety checks so that any anomalies can be fixed before problems arise. This article discusses some of the key questions that your tyre safety checks should answer. Do you have the right tyres? Each vehicle has a recommended size and type of tyres that it should have. [Read More]

Two Tips for Keeping Your Car Tyres in Great Condition

Car tyres play a huge role in how safe, comfortable and easy your car is to drive. Given this, it makes sense to take good care of them. Here are two tips that should help you to keep your tyres in excellent condition for as long as possible. Maintain proper wheel alignment A car's wheels should be positioned at an angle that allows them to be perpendicular to the road and parallel to one another. [Read More]

Guidance When Towing Boats on the Road

When you are towing a boat on Australian roads, there are a number of regulations that apply. In most cases, boat owners tow their boats with vehicles that are under 4.5 tonnes, but larger boats require bigger vehicles to haul them and you must check the specific rules if your towing vehicle exceeds this weight. Nevertheless, towing a boat trailer with a normal car or van means you still have to comply with the law of the road in each state where trailers are being used. [Read More]