After a house, a car is the second largest investment any family makes. Therefore, one of the simplest and the most effective methods to safeguard this investment is to schedule regular oil changes. For a car to run longer and stronger, oil changes are essential.
At Allpoint Automotive, we understand car maintenance and repair services goes hand in hand with the purchase of any vehicle. Established in 2007, Allpoint has earned and maintained a reputation for providing quality service and absolute reliability to all clients.
An integral and critical part of the ignition services, spark plugs can easily become fouled, damaged or worn out and may require replacements. Avoiding it or postponing it can lead to a multitude of engine problems. Generally, replacing spark plug-ins is recommended after an average of 45,000 kms. The below telltale signs should alert you for replacing spark plugs – which is done best at Allpoint Automotive.
A car runs for thousands of miles therefore, it is subject to wear and tear. The most common problems are linked to the engine oil, which is the lubricant that decreases the temperature of the engine, and reduces wear on moving parts. Hence, it is beneficial to both, car and the possessor, to know about these menaces. Low oil pressure – When there isn’t enough oil in the system, the low oil pressure reading on the dash gauge starts flickering.
Taking care of the engine or battery, depending on the make of the car, improves the chances of a car lasting for the long haul. Importantly, maintaining them regularly and ensuring issues are addressed, can save lot of unnecessary hassles.
No car trouble is more catastrophic than a brake trouble. Brakes are the ones with the stopping power to make your car stop. Its regular inspection and speedy brake repairs at the slightest hint of a problem can actually be a lifesaver.
The compulsory recall applies to:
- all vehicles that are subject to existing Takata voluntary recalls, and
- approximately 1.3 million additional vehicles that have not been voluntarily recalled.
The compulsory recall requires suppliers of vehicles with defective Takata airbags to replace all defective Takata airbags in Australian vehicles by 31 December 2020 (or later in some instances if approved by the ACCC). Some vehicles will be recalled immediately, and others on a rolling basis, scheduled based on various factors including relative safety risk. This means that not all vehicles will be recalled straight away.