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The Role of the Australian Automobile Manufacturing Industry

The Australian automobile manufacturing industry is playing a vital role in regional and national economies. It is one of Australian’s most enhanced and improved industry. Ford, Toyota, and General Motors Holden are the three main subsidiaries of multinational manufacturers of this industry. The industry also consists of several parts manufacturers such as Bosch. The three main subsidiaries have 17,000 of worker force that is working at these three manufacturers. Australia was a very different place without this industry. After the loss in this main economic source, the country suffers a lot. It not only loss main and important capability but [...]

By |2019-08-08T04:47:47+11:00August 8th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

How to Sell Your Old Scrap Car in Australia

There are many ways to sell a car in Australia. A few years back, it was very difficult to sell an old scrap car but now this is as simple as making a phone call. There are various companies working in Australia to buy old, damaged, scrap or junk cars for very good cash. These companies offer many free services. They don’t even charge for transferring a car to their collection center. Every good company has its own towing vehicle which is very easy for them to transfer your car. The only thing you need to do is making a [...]

By |2019-08-08T04:45:43+11:00August 8th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

An Analysis of Australian’s Automotive Industry

Australia is producing vehicles for many years that is a great source of mobility and independence for communities around Australia. The production of motors is a central source of Australian’s economy. The automotive industry of Australia is using raw materials of aluminum for high value-added things. Steel is also turning into other important things for import to other countries. This raw material comes from the vehicles that completed its life cycle and went for a dismantling process. There are many companies which help to get this raw material. Other companies are helping to convert this raw material into valuable goods. [...]

By |2019-08-05T03:59:00+11:00August 5th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Future of Automotive Industry in Australia

Ups & Downs The number of vehicles sold decreases in the four years in Australia. The Automotive Industry of Australia is going through a transition for the first time in history. The people of Australia are changing the view of car ownership with the entrance of ride-hailing services in the country. This is a big loss for manufacturers because of the dropped in cars sale. But a new opportunity for businesses and consumers with the entrance of different ride-hailing services. Here are some topics which will affect the automotive industry in terms of its future. What will be next in [...]

By |2019-08-04T16:56:28+11:00August 4th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Different Cars Technologies in Australia

In-Cars Innovations Technologies in vehicles are becoming knowingly smarter with the passage of time and even accidents continue to be alarming. With the advancement in technology, there is a great adoption of advanced technologies in cars running on the road of Australia. Digital technology has transformed the vehicle status, relief, and security. There are a lot of technologies which are helping drivers in times of need. Australian cars that use accessories like Global Positioning System units are the main source of providing a security system to the people of Australia. Similarly, lane departure warning and brake assist systems are also [...]

By |2019-08-04T16:47:44+11:00August 4th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Powerful Motoring in Australia

A Way They Love Their Vehicles Australia has a majority of motoring fans who love motoring in different ways. Motoring supporters show their love in different and amazing means. Some go to motor shows and spend their spare time there while some watch racing shows by sitting on the sofa at home. Other supporters may spend their free time to wash, polish and buff their vehicles at home. Some spend their sunny weekends by going on long drives. Whatever the route followed by them, they ultimately show their love, support, and excitement for motoring. If you are a motoring fan [...]

By |2019-08-04T16:39:43+11:00August 4th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

A Detailed Review on Australian Automotive Industry

History of Australia Automotive Industry When someone talks about Australia automotive industry then the significant thing that comes into mind is the first car that was built in 1896 by David Shearrer and since then the automotive industry is growing. After designing the first car, Australia succeeded in building internal combustion engine factory in 1898 by Herley Tarrant and then in 1903, they started local cars production from the same factory. With the passage of time, automotive manufacturing giant started working in Australia such as Ford, Holden etc. Holden started production of the car in Australia in 1948 and then Ford [...]

By |2019-08-04T16:28:22+11:00August 4th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Written-Off Vehicle Laws in Australia

Vehicles Damaged By Accidents As everyone knows that written-off cars are very dangerous to drive on a road because of its damaged condition and due to severe accidents. It is very unsafe to drive written-off or accidental cars on the roads again. But selling a written-off car is not that easy as well as it has to repair to a conventional standard that could be expensive for a person. Another bad thing about written-off cars is that the car harms its value if it has a history of being written-off. So, it is a great loss for a person who [...]

By |2019-08-02T19:14:39+11:00August 2nd, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Where should i sell non running cars?

Has it been reliable? $500 isn't too much to pay for a car that works and you can "throw away" if it flakes out imvho.It all depends how much you want to get rid of it. If you list it at $50, you'll sell it tomorrow. If you list it at $500, you'll sell it...sometime next month, maybe. Guys, I don't know if they still do this now, but I remember about 10-12 years back, some car dealers would offer a minimum $3000 trade-in on vehicles. Does anyone know if they still do that these days? What's the catch? Maybe [...]

By |2018-02-01T02:35:15+11:00February 1st, 2018|Blog|0 Comments