New Zealand is really a land of SUVs and utes. There are currently more than enough of these types of vehicles on New Zealand’s roads, and according to automobile industry experts, the number will continue to rise. However, choosing the most suitable vehicle is all about finding one that suits your budget and lifestyle. Having
Gears N Wheels
In the car world, there is a division between purists and those who like to dabble with their creativity. For purists, their cars must remain stock or look as if they were brand new as much as possible. They do not like to tinker with it, as it might remove the car’s value and quality.
Replacing your windows should be one of your most significant home improvement projects, but most homeowners put it off. Some think that replacing windows should only be done when they’re going to sell the home, or that it’s a big expense for little gain. As for the first, this is not true, as you can
Road safety used to consist only of a seat belt and an airbag; if you wanted more safety features, you have to pay a pretty penny. With the relentless increase of vehicles on the road, manufacturers are looking for ways to increase passenger safety. Add that to the fact that 1.25 million road crash deaths
Winter in New Zealand normally runs from June to August, and sometimes up to October. And, when winter hits, you’ve basically only had two options: you can either endure the cold (and heavy snow in certain areas such as Canterbury), or you can temporarily flee somewhere warmer like Rotorua. If you have a motorhome and