First-Time Car Owner: What to Know About Rego Inspections

Rego inspections are the government's way of ensuring that the cars registered in Australia are roadworthy and meet the set safety requirements. If you are a first-time car owner, it's essential to know what these inspections entail. In most states, you should get a rego or eSafety inspection if your car is more than five years old and is classified as a "light vehicle." Failure to do this before the expiry of the registration will lead to cancellation of the registration. Read More 

How Your Choice of Driving Instructor Could Impact Your Life behind the Wheel

A wise sage might tell you that it is easy to pick up a bad habit but extremely difficult to get rid of it. It pays to remember this mantra when you get behind the wheel of a car for the first time and start to learn those habits which will hopefully make you a better driver. Be very careful, however, when you choose who sits next to you and who gives you advice, as they may not be steering you down the right road! Read More 

Why It Is Generally Better to Buy a New Car

Whenever somebody considers the purchase of an automobile, one of the first questions to consider is whether to buy it used or new. To some, this will be a no-brainer as they don't believe in buying anything secondhand, but others may need to carefully consider the pros and cons of each option before they sign on the dotted line. Those who consider themselves to be frugal may always point towards a used car and refer to depreciation as their main motivation. Read More