Complete This Checklist before Putting Your Car in Storage

Date: 24-04-2017

There are many reasons why a person could need to put a functional car in storage. You might be going away on an extended working trip. You might be taking a break from driving that particular vehicle due to a change in season. You might be saving money by becoming a single car household.

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Everything You Need To Know About Your Car's Coolant

Date: 17-04-2017

Cars are complex machines, and keeping them on the road often requires specialist assistance from experts well versed in its complex technology. With Midas, you have the peace of mind knowing that you can let someone else take over

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Here’s How To Listen To Music While Driving – Safely!

Date: 10-04-2017

Is there anything better than cranking up the volume on your favourite song while flying down the highway towards your destination? Music and driving go hand in hand – from planning soundtracks to long road trips to playing something to keep the kids calm while you negotiate traffic.

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Why More Australian Women Should Be Driving Utes

Date: 03-04-2017

They say men are from Mars and women are from Venus – but do these differences extend to the cars we drive? According to stereotypes, men should drive big engined, masculine looking vehicles while women should drive economical hatchbacks and family vehicles.

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Read This Before You Choose To Drive Diesel Again or Anymore

Date: 20-03-2017

Have you bought a new car in the past year? Chances are pretty good that you went with a diesel model.

In Australia, we love our diesel engines, with nine out of ten utes and over half of all SUVs purchased last year running on Diesel. Overall, a third of all cars sold are diesel models, and this number keeps rising. But have you stopped to consider if driving diesel is the best choice for you?

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How To Safeguard Against Car Theft – Starting Today

Date: 13-03-2017

Car theft in Australia has re-entered the public consciousness with a bang – and the facts back it up. According to, we’re experiencing the biggest increase in car theft since 2011, and between September 2015 and September 2016, an average of 148 cars was stolen every day, valued at over AUS$500 million.

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‘Real World Driving’ Conditions Puts Australian Fuel Economy Figures To The Test

Date: 06-03-2017

Initial findings from a recent landmark study have placed a huge question mark on the fuel consumption and emissions labels found on new cars. The breakthrough ‘Real World’ study conducted by the Australian Automobile Association has put the spotlight on the accuracy of showroom labels, helping Australian car owners understand better why the price they pay at the petrol pump does not match what the fuel consumption labels on their cars say.

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All Fuelled-Up And Ready To Hit Australia’s Open Roads? Use This Road Trip Checklist To Ensure Your Car Is Mechanically Trustworthy

Date: 03-01-2017

Be good to your car before your road trip and it will return the favour.Do this by taking good care of it – have it thoroughly inspected and repaired (if needed) or parts replaced - before departure. Having a road trip checklist to refer to will make sure that you have a car that is in good condition for an extended journey.

Here are some of the essential items that would appear on any experienced mechanic’s safety checklist:

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Avoid Unexpected Car Problems In Summer. What You Need To Know About The Effects Of Summer Heat On Your Car

Date: 27-12-2016

While Australians may be avid sun lovers, the same can’t be said for their cars. Extreme summer temperatures in Australia can wreak its own form of torture on a sun-baked car. From overheated engines to blown radiators to reducing the lifespan of the battery, the destructive effects of the summer heat on your vehicle can be wide ranging and not just limited to the exterior of a car.

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Why following your logbook services dates is so important and what can happen if you don’t 

Date: 20-12-2016

For new car owners in Australia and those whose warranties are still valid, sticking to your car’s logbook service dates is a matter of necessity where it matters most: you save money when you do or spend money if you don’t. Can following logbook service dates put more money into your pocket and save you countless frustrations when having to make a claim? We say yes to both. Let us take you through the different ways that it can.

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Some Tips for Taking Care of your Car This Spring

Date: 02-11-2016

Winter temperatures can take a toll on your car. And in saying goodbye to the icy visage of winter, bring in the spring by tending to important auto maintenance. Come warmer weather some parts of your car will need more attention than others. Here’s our guide to taking good care of your car this spring.

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Lengthen The Lifespan Of Your Car’s Engine With Professional Car Servicing

Date: 25-10-2016

Keeping your car’s engine in tip top condition is one of the biggest payoffs of servicing your car at a professional and reputable auto car service centre. Widely referred to as the heart of a vehicle, a healthy engine translates into many years of reliable and stress-free performance.

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4 Overlooked Benefits Of Having Your Car Serviced Regularly By A Professional

Date: 18-10-2016

The common benefits of having your car serviced (such as ensuring reliability and avoiding mechanical problems) are widely known. But routine car maintenance performed by reputable technicians can offer car owners additional benefits. Improving fuel efficiency, enhancing safe driving conditions and increasing a car’s resale value are just some of the lesser known perks of having your car serviced.

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Make Your Car More Sellable To Potential Buyers

Date: 26-09-2016

Selling your car privately in Australia need not be a headache-inducing experience. By improving your car’s resale value, you can sell your car quicker without any unnecessary fuss. Fortunately Midas has a few top insider tricks of the trade for you to make your car more ‘sellable’ to a potential buyer.

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Highly Effective Drivers Know the Importance of a Well-Maintained Vehicle

Date: 19-09-2016

A highly effective driver knows the importance of ensuring that all road rules and regulations are met, but they also know the importance of looking after their car. If you are one of the nine out of ten Australians (living in the greater outer areas of major Australian metropolises) spending an hour and a half on the road commuting to work every day (as reported by a recent government analysis) then having a reliable car to drive becomes a top priority. A reliable car translates into having an engine that is well-tuned and that sees consistent regular service schedules being responsibly maintained.

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5 Signs your Car’s Aircon Needs a Service

Date: 12-08-2016

Living in Australia, we use our car’s air conditioning systems a lot. It’s a feature of our car that we take for granted until it stops working – and only then do we stop to think about the mechanisms that allow it to work and what we can do to keep them operating at a premium. 

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Give your Brakes a Break with the Following Tips

Date: 07-08-2016

Is there any part of your car that you put more trust in than your brakes? Most people would say “no”. All of us have had at least one incident where a sudden brake slam prevented a minor or major accident. The reality is that animals and children dart into the road, people drive badly, and the weather can also toss some unexpected conditions at us. These are all things that are not supposed to happen but unfortunately, do.

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Maximise your mileage – starting today!

Date: 01-08-2016

If there’s one thing we love in Australia, it’s driving. Ever since cars were first introduced to our continent, demand and sales have steadily increased – not stopping for the global financial crisis or anything else for that matter. So it only makes sense that because we spend so much time in them, that we would want to make our fuel go as far as we can.

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