Check out our summer road trip guide for a happier, safer and smarter journey these holidays. TIP 1: Have an OFFLINE map ready to go. Nowadays we tend to rely on Google or Apple Maps for directions, but these apps generally rely on you having mobile phone reception. By downloading an offline map such as maps.me (it’s … Continue reading The BEST EVER Summer Road Trip Guide
This morning it was announced that Australia has voted in favour of Same Sex Marriage. The responses were as follows:- Yes: 7,817,247 votes = 61.6% No: 38.4% Every state and territory recorded a majority 'Yes' result.
Planning on driving at schoolies week 2017? Here are some hot tips to keep yourself and your friends safe:- TIP 1: Leave the car at home! The best tip for schoolies week drivers is not to drive at all. Most common schoolies destinations offer great public transport options and will have plenty of events … Continue reading 5 Top Tips for Schoolies
The devastating impacts and legal implications of driving under the influence of alcohol may include injury, death, jail time, social difficulties and eventual bankruptcy. Nevertheless it seems that young males in particular are not heeding to the warnings promoted by groups such as Join the Drive. Data put forward by Join the Drive has revealed … Continue reading 87% of young drivers killed in drink driving road accidents are of this sex.
In general, if any person is injured in a motor vehicle accident, “000” should be called immediately and the police, as well as any other necessary emergency services, will attend the scene. If no person is injured, but any vehicle involved requires towing, or a person involved refuses to provide their contact details, then you … Continue reading Should you call the police to the scene of a car accident?
Given that it has been months since South East Queensland has seen a substantial amount of rain, we though a refresher was in order! Check your vehicle before driving - Tyres ought to have at least 1.5mm depth - Lights should all be clean, working and on low beam while driving in rain or fog. … Continue reading How to drive in wet weather – because it’s been a while!
This week, Brisbane landmarks such as City Hall and the Story Bridge are being lit up in yellow to promote Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week, which runs from 8 to 14 May 2017. Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week is an initiative of Safer Australian Roads and Highways (SARAH) Inc, a not-for-profit association on a mission to promote initiatives … Continue reading Going yellow for a good cause
We will be open until 5.00pm this Thursday, and will re-open on Tuesday at 9.00am, after the Easter long weekend. If you require legal advice as a matter of urgency, please call 0437 214 073. Have a safe and happy Easter.
1 Have an OFFLINE map ready to go. Nowadays we tend to rely on Google or Apple Maps for directions, but these apps generally rely on you having mobile phone reception. By downloading an offline map such as maps.me (it's free) you will always have directions, even when you have no mobile reception. 2 Grab … Continue reading The Ultimate Road Trip Survival Guide
Check your tyres today, before driving in wet weather. Be honest, when was the last time that you checked the tyre tread on your vehicle? Last holidays? Last service? No idea? With a week of wet and wild weather predicted, it’s time to stop procrastinating and check your tyres. The tread should be at least 1.5mm … Continue reading How deep are you?