Batteries

Weathering winter driving

Winter weather places several additional stresses on you as a driver and on your car.

Cold weather can cause older batteries to fail and is one of the most common RAC Roadside Assistance callouts. One of the warning signs of failure is the motor turning over more slowly. If
your battery is a few years old, consider a replacement before it leaves you stranded.

5 tips for getting your motorbike “summer ready”

It’s that time of the year, when the weather warms up and dries out, perfect weather to get out on the motorbike and enjoy the ride.

For some, winter may have been a time to put the motorbike in storage and therefore there are 5 simple checks that will make that first ride back  a pleasure.

By |October 10th, 2014|Motoring Advice|0 Comments

Winter weakens car batteries

Each winter as the temperature drops, the number of calls to RAC Roadside Assistance for battery-related problems can increase by up to 30 per cent.

By |September 14th, 2014|Motoring Advice|1 Comment

Is your car battery faulty or flat?

Don’t confuse a faulty car battery with a flat car battery.

Handy hints for storing your motorbike this winter

As the rain starts to fall in Perth, many motorbike riders look at storing their bike until the dryer weather returns.  Here are some handy tips on making sure your two-wheeled pride and joy is stored correctly for winter.