If you are planning to sell your car or if you wish to register it with local authorities, you will need to ensure that it has undergone a full vehicle inspection. A registration inspection is designed to make sure that the car is in a roadworthy condition. Below is a guide to everything you need to know about vehicle registrations inspections.
You don't need to pre-pay for the inspection
Thankfully, vehicle registrations inspections are not very costly.
Fetching, carrying and depositing large loads quickly and safely is vital to any agricultural operation, whether you run a modest fruit farm or thousands of acres of crop fields. From hay bales to harvested crops, silage and manure, the loads you'll need to carry are many and varied, and many farmers invest in tipper trailers to make transporting large loads a considerably simpler prospect.
However, if you choose to purchase a tipper trailer, you'll need to decide what kind of tipper is best for your needs.
Before you can consider driving a heavy vehicle, you require the appropriate licence for the specific class of the vehicle. Once you have the licence, you are allowed to drive any class that's below the licence class, except motorcycles. Before applying or upgrading a heavy vehicle licence such as forklift licence or truck licence, you must complete the required knowledge test at the recommended service centre. Depending on your location, you can pay and book a heavy vehicle driving test with the Roads and Maritime Services or pay the Registered Training Organisation to get an HVCBA (heavy vehicle competency-based assessment).
It is a fact that many classic cars have were produced in Europe and the USA. The first hurdle most people face when planning to buy a classic foreign car is finding the money to do so. If you have the money, the next hurdle you will face is importing the car into Australia. Unfortunately, you cannot have the car loaded onto a boat and then unloaded so you can drive away, without first dealing with the paperwork and paying taxes required to bring the car onto Australian roads legally.
Some hobbyists may rush to replace the fuel pump in their cars under the mistaken belief that the pump has malfunctioned when the fault was elsewhere. This article discusses some of the defects or situations that may lead an inexperienced car owner to think that the fuel pump is defective.
Poor Strainer Installation
Some people may install a strainer on the inlet side of the fuel pump. Improper installation can cause that strainer to get in the way of the float arm of the fuel sensor.