It's no secret that driving is bad for the environment, but most of us aren't about to give up our cars. Luckily, we don't have to quit driving altogether to help limit the damage that we do to the world around us. There are loads of ways to become a more eco-friendly driver. The simplest solution involves making small changes to the way you drive to improve fuel economy. Investing in green tyres is a low effort way to make your car more eco-friendly, and if you're really passionate about the environment, you should consider purchasing an electric or hybrid car. [Read More]
Fuelled Up: Should You Choose A Diesel Engine For Your Seagoing Craft?
A powerful engine is practically a must-have for any seagoing boat or ship, whether it's a high-powered inboard engine or a small, emergency engine for a yacht or sailboat. However, with a vast variety of engine types, powers and configurations to choose from on the marine engine market, it can be difficult to know what is best for your nautical needs. One particularly tough decision you will have to make is whether to opt for a petrol or diesel-powered engine. [Read More]
Want to Go Caravanning? What to Consider First
You may have had your fill of staying in overpriced hotels when you go away on holiday and would like to take all of the planning into your own hands for a change. Therefore, you may be considering the purchase of a nice, new caravan in order to entertain your family the traditional way. One of the first things to consider before you head to the caravan dealer, however, is how you are going to tow it. [Read More]
Is Your Car Ready? Four Tips to Consider Before Becoming an Uber Driver
If you are thinking about becoming an Uber driver, that can be a useful way to earn extra cash. However, you need to make sure that your car is up to the task. Here are some tips to help you: 1. Talk with Uber about their expectations for cars. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Uber requires its drivers to use a car that is less than nine years old. [Read More]