Weekly Checks

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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Vehicle Jack Recalls, May Cause Death

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Vehicle jacks

Raising vehicles with a jack can be hazardous if not done correctly. People have suffered serious injury or been crushed to death through inappropriate use of a vehicle jack. Always make sure you follow the operating instructions.

About jacks

A vehicle jack is a device designed to raise a car, caravan or trailer. The mandatory safety standard for vehicle jacks covers:

  • hydraulic jacks
  • lever jacks
  • pantograph (scissor) jacks
  • screw ...
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Even in 2013 we still need to check fluid levels in our car

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I can remember many years ago that when you drove to a petrol station a man would come out from the store and start filling up the tank with fuel then to up sell he would ask to check your fluid levels.

This was a great service as the smarter service station owners soon realized that the money was under the bonnet but you had to start at the tank.

Perhaps the gull service station in Fremantle may have been one of ...

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