Automotive Superstore Blog
Owning a vehicle is a big responsibility. Between oil changes and routine maintenance, there are also some other expenses that come up that can throw you for a loop. Plus, decisions like choosing which type of battery is right for your car can easily become confusing without the right information. Below, you'll learn about the common types of car batteries out there, how they effect a battery's reliability, and most importantly: what type of battery will be best for your vehicle and needs.
We have the perfect gift for the car lover in your family our hand picked range of car care products, dash cams, tools and 4x4 accessories. Our gift buckets are an all in one solution for car care making sure you have all the essentials when it comes to car care. Or try the latest trend with our selection of snow foam guns sure to be great fun this summer! Safety is always the number one concern during the holiday period, if you are planing a trip or just want to be safer on the road a then a dash cam is just what the doctor ordered!
As Optima batteries are not vehicle or application specific the finding the right battery for your application can be tricky! At Automotive Superstore we have tried to make this easier for you the table below gives you a quick at overview of our range of Optima batteries and some key specifications.
Fathers' Day is right around the corner and if you're stuck for ideas on what to get your Dad, let Automotive Superstore come to the rescue! We've assembled a range of gift ideas to help your Dad enjoy Fathers' Day and let him lavish some attention on his other pride and joy - his car!
If you’re planning on heading somewhere on a road trip you might want to think about a few tech upgrades to your vehicle to make your travels a lot easier.
A recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald revealed something pretty shocking: most parents are confused about basic car seat safety.
Whether you’re planning a family trip along the coast, or just a quick visit with a friend out of town, now is the time to start prepping – especially if you’ll be travelling by car.
If you’re a motorist in NSW, you may feel like you’re getting ripped off — and rightly so. NSW drivers pay the highest CTP premiums in Australia. On average, we spend just over $700 per annum — a figure that has increased by 85 percent over the last 10 years.
We know that, on average, Australian drivers keep their cars for 10 years. Over that time, wear and tear is inevitable. You’ll likely have to replace things such as headlights, brake pads, fans, belts, alternators, floor mats and windscreen wipers.
For many motorists the different parts that make up the suspension in your car go largely un-noticed; until they wear out, that is. The purpose of a car's suspension system is to keep your car's relationship between itself and the road in harmony - basically, the suspension ensures the tyres can do their job of putting power down under acceleration, going around corners and stopping safely all the while making sure the car and its passengers ride in a smoothly-controlled and (hopefully!) comfortable manner.