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Oil Leaks. What are the three types?

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Oil Leaks. What are the three types?
The most common oil leak is the one that you can see; also known is a major leak or more to the point the oil that you can see at traffic intersections. This is where an oil leak can become a dangerous road hazard into others, especially motor cycles riding in wet road conditions.
Oil leaks can also be an expensive item to repair so that’s why we see oil patches at major ...

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Toyota Camry RZ Car Review 2017

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Toyota Camry RZ Car Review

Today I wanted to see if the Camry RZ was as good as it looks, so I went to my nearest Toyota dealership and no sooner of stepping in the yard I was met by a new car salesman. I have met some car salesmen before but this man was a cut above the rest. I went straight for the RZ around sat in the front seat noticing the dark cloth trim wasn’t bad in comfort, ...

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Mercedes-Benz "A" and "B" Class Passenger Cars Recall

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Mercedes-Benz Australia/Pacific Pty Ltd — Mercedes-Benz “A” and “B” Class Passenger Cars

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Are you in the market for a secondhand Vehicle

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Today I saw three people hovering over a second-hand vehicle, outside a used car yard, getting the big sell by the used car yard owner.
I wondered what the three people thought, or more to the point, were they prepared for buying a second-hand vehicle or did they just think it’s only a car what’s the big deal.

After many years in the trade, I’d like to invite anyone that has a question about buying their first second-hand vehicle and understand what ...

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Buying A Second Hand Vehicle in 2017

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Buying A Second Hand Vehicle in 2017

This subject is always changing due to technology and opportunity scammers.
I will try to make this as simple as possible but it won’t be easy.

The tickbox list will help you master the art of buying a secondhand vehicle.

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Working under cars only supported by a jack may cause severe injury or death

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Working under cars

People can be crushed to death or severely injured when working under a car that is only supported by a jack.

Over the past decade, at least 46 Australians have been crushed and killed when working under a vehicle.

On average, 160 injuries are associated with jacks each year. Injuries range from amputation to fractures and crush injuries.

Most of the deaths were men and involved the vehicle being lifted or supported in the wrong way. Home mechanics are most at ...

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Racer Australia — "Jack Assembly Screw Bottle" Vehicle Jack Caution Recall

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Racer Australia — “Jack Assembly Screw Bottle” Vehicle Jack

PRA No.

2016/15604

Date published

19 Aug 2016

Product description

Vehicle Screw Jack

Identifying features

Other

09110-60100

What are the defects?

Affected vehicle jacks do not comply with the labelling or instruction requirements in the mandatory standard for vehicle jacks, which is based on the Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 2693:2007 because the prescribed safety information and warnings were not included on either the packaging or the jack itself.

What are the hazards?

Jacks that do not comply with the mandatory standard pose a crushing ...

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