Adam's Cool New Auto Blog
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Adam's Cool New Auto Blog

Yo! My name is Adam and this is my cool new auto blog. I live with my parents in the suburbs of Sydney. It might not seem pretty cool living with your parents, but I am planning to move out soon. One massive advantage of living with my parents is that I can save a lot of money to invest in my new car. As well as the extra money in my pocket, I also benefit from lots of advice from my dad who is an auto mechanic. He has helped me to fine-tune and to add accessorises to my auto so it looks really ace.


Adam's Cool New Auto Blog

  • Tips on Buying Commercial Trucks You Can Afford

    16 June 2017

    Purchasing trucks for your trucking business is a huge investment. For that reason, you should make sure you get it right the first time. One of the key factors to consider before buying commercial trucks is affordability. Affordability refers to your ability to own and effectively manage a fleet for its entire lifespan.  With the following tips, you can acquire a fleet of commercial trucks that's affordable for you. Consider the purchase price

  • Yes, You Can Save Real Money on a Rental Car

    28 May 2017

    When planning a business trip or holiday, you may find that a rental car is one of the most expensive parts of that trip, sometimes even costing as much as your hotel! However, there are some ways to cut down on that expense and save real money on a car rental; note a few of those methods here, so you can use them on your next holiday. Consider off-brands When you decide to rent a car, you may notice that the most popular brands are always listed first for any category of vehicle; however, don't assume that those well-known brands are the only reliable and comfortable brands available.

  • Fuel Consumption | 3 Sharp Guidelines To Spend Less On Petrol On Your Low-Budget Road Trip

    13 September 2016

    If you're planning a low-budget road trip, you need to find ways to spend the least amount of money on petrol. According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, nearly20 percent of petrol is imported into the country from South Korea and Singapore. The final price is eventually determined by factoring Singapore benchmark petrol prices, shipping costs and local taxes, which can end up burning a hole in your pocket. Follow these sharp guidelines to spend less on petrol.