How to Prepare for Your First Caravanning Holiday

With recent events placing so much emphasis on the family unit and the need to socially distance from others, you may be thinking about how you can apply the philosophy to your next holiday. As hotels may remain closed for some time, perhaps you should think about buying a caravan so that you can control your environment when you are on the road. However, you need to make sure that the towing vehicle is up to the task as well, so what do you need to think about? [Read More]

Single-Axle Trailer: Three Core Precautions for Promoting Weight Safety

If you are interested in acquiring a trailer, you should think about the benefits of the single-axle trailer. This design is simpler than the tandem, so it is less costly to acquire. Also, handling is much easier, making it a suitable choice for inexperienced drivers. In addition, this type of unit is economical in terms of fuel efficiency when towing. However, there is a drawback. The single-axle trailer design has a lower load-bearing capacity than its counterpart. [Read More]

Five Fantastic Benefits of 4WDing With a Off-Road Camper

With so many beautiful places to set up camp in Australia, 4WD camping makes for a perfect pastime for the adventurous at heart. There are a variety of ways to go 4x4 camping and the camping style you choose could make the difference between a good camping experience and a great one. Camper trailers are the perfect camping style for off-road trips. Like 4x4s, these trailers are ruggedly designed and built to reach hard-to-get-to-spots. [Read More]

Four Essential Auto Services to Keep Your 4WD Tyres in Top Working Shape

Planning on doing a serious off-road excursion? 4WD touring is a popular pastime in Australia, thanks to the country's breathtaking off-road terrains. A lot of planning and preparation is required to make off-road trips with a 4x4 unforgettable. One of the essential components of your 4x4 that you should get checked before hitting the road is the tyres.  Tyres require special attention because they are the primary point of contact between your vehicle and the road surface. [Read More]