There is little doubt that we are a country of towers. Horse floats and caravans, camper trailers and work trailers or trailers to move the boat and jet skis or even just to take those pesky palm fronds to the tip, Australians love them all.
Cars today may be fitted with an amazing array of safety features including marvels such as lane keeping assist, blind spot monitoring and cross traffic alert, but good brakes remain the most vital component of any motor vehicle safety system. Getting your car to stop quickly and efficiently at a split second notice can be the difference between life and death
As the owner of a car dealership, friends often ask me this question. The general feeling is that it’s some type of spin in a car ad. Actually it’s quite the opposite. Car advertising which involves the promotion of vehicle finance must, by law, include the comparison rate which relates to the particular finance deal being advertised.
So your car has been in for a scheduled service and running beautifully after the exercise. A week later while you are washing the car, you pop the hood, and causally have a little look around, just to make sure mind you, that your mechanic has actually done what he said he had.
Ken Mills Toyota gets its hands dirty at Matthew Flinders Anglican College this Schools Tree Day9th August 2019
Ken Mills Toyota donates over $10,000 to RACQ LifeFlight Rescue through ‘Pay-it-Forward’9th August 2019
Toyota Safety Sense driver assistance features to be standard on all HiLux variants2nd July 2019
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