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24 Hour Road Assistance
New Vehicle Warranty
Reliable Sales Used Cars
Finance Available, Conditions Apply, Approved Applicants
5 Dr Hatch, Automatic, 32,853kms.
One Owner. S062AIM
2010 KIA JB RIO S
$10,990 Plus on road costs
2011 MITSUBISHI TRITON
2.5L Turbo Diesel, Auto, Tow Bar,
Tonneau Cover, UHF, Alloy Bull Bar,
Alloy Wheels, Ute Liner, Cruise Control,
$23,990 Plus on road costs
5 Seater, 2.5L Turbo Diesel, Auto,
Window Tint, Electric Brakes, Power
Sockets, Tow Bar, Cruise Control, Local
Owner, 42,220kms. S714AMI
$31,990 Plus on road costs
2.5L Turbo Diesel, Auto, Window Tint,
Mitsubishi Canopy, Tow Bar, Local Owner,
$15,990 Plus on road costs
1997 TOYOTA HILUX
3.0L Diesel, 4X4 Single Cab, 5 Speed
Manual, Steel Tray, Alloy Bull Bar, Tow
Bar, 226,850kms. WBM447
$8,990 Plus on road costs
2004 MITSUBISHI PAJERO
7 Seater, 3.2L Turbo Diesel, Auto, Tow
Bar, Window Tint, Reverse Camera, Sat
Nav, 173,162kms. S500BEN
$21,990 Plus on road costs
2006 HOLDEN RA
3.0L Turbo Diesel, Manual, Single Cab,
Steel Tray, Steel Bull Bar, Tow Bar,
$12,990 Plus on road costs
4 Cyl Petrol, 5 Speed Manual, 5 Door
Hatch. 88,884 Kms, XJZ508.
2006 HYUNDAI GETZ
$6,990 Plus on road costs
Auto, 6 Cylinder, Leather, Reverse
Camera, Sat Nav, Sunroof, 57,461kms.
2009 LEXUS IS 250
$28,990 Plus on road costs
3.0L V6 Petrol, Automatic, Tow Bar,
Window Tint, 198,737 Kms.
2006 TOYOTA CAMRY
$6,990 Plus on road costs
MY15 MITSUBISHI TRITON
$29,990 DRIVE AWAY
OUTLANDER AUTO / BODY KIT
$26,990 Plus on road costs
GRAB the Brylcreem, back-comb that
bee-hive and head down to Adelaide
for a rock and roll motoring festival
later this month.
The National Motor Museum in
Birdwood will host a Rock & Roll
Rendezvous on Sunday, April 12.
Featuring dancing, fashion and
cars, the event celebrates all vehicles
of the rock and roll era.
Elvis and Roy Orbison fans will be
“all shook up” by Sydney entertainers
Paul Fenech and Aaron Mansfield,
along with other performers including
Jump & Jive, Raunchy Sugar and the
A large dance floor will provide
plenty of grooving space for begin-
ners right through to professionals,
while a dance competition for all abil-
ities will have everyone jumping and
Riverlanders are also encouraged
to dress up in rock and roll attire from
the era and enter the Fashions in the
Vehicles manufactured before
December 31, 1980, are also encour-
aged to enter, with prizes awarded to
the best original or custom vehicle.
Children’s entertainment includes
craft activities, face painting, air-
brush tattoos, a jumping castle and
To enter your vehicle, register online
at at rocknrollrendezvous.com.au.
Tickets are available at the National
Motor Museum gate on the day and
cost $15 for scooters/motorcycles,
$25 for two-seater cars and $30 for all
For those looking to enjoy the day’s
festivities, general admission tickets
are $20 for adults, $15 concession,
with free entry for children under 15.
A breakfast cruise will also be
under way on the day, leaving the
Torrens Parade Ground on the corner
of Victoria Drive and King William
Street, Adelaide, at 9am.
Jive on down to rock and roll festival
WITH so many cars, caravans, trailers
and boats travelling on the nation’s
highways at Easter, it’s also one of the
busiest periods to be on the road.
During the 2014 Easter long week-
end, 14 people died in car accidents
Volvo Car Australia has released its
top 10 safe driving tips to ensure that
you and your family have a safe and
enjoyable Easter on the road.
n Check your tyre pressure when
your tyres are cold, as under-inflation
of tyres can cause excessive tyre wear
Correctly inflated tyres will also
improve your fuel economy. Often
overlooked is the spare tyre. It is also
important to check that your spare
tyre is installed and inflated to the
n A loose object weighing 20kg
in a 50 km/h frontal collision can
carry the impact of an item weighing
1000kg, so your load must be secured
It’s a good idea to put any loose
objects in the boot of the car or
behind a cargo net.
Position heavy items against the
rear seat backrest.
n Windscreens are an often over-
looked component of safe driving.
Check your wiper blades condition
as noise, streaks or lines indicate a
need for replacing.
Keep the screen clean – dirt and
tree sap can deteriorate wiper blades.
When you hand wash the car wash
the wiper blades also. Fill your wash-
er fluid and use a windscreen washer
additive to help clean the screen and
use when washing.
Make sure the inside of your win-
dows are clean especially for night or
driving into the sun.
n Ensure your lights are working
for any night time driving you may do
over the long weekend.
It’s also a good time to clean the
lenses for maximum visibility.
n If towing a trailer, boat or cara-
van, check the tow hitch, electrics and
n Stop every two hours for a
15-minute break. You can find rest
stops on your route at www.driverre-
It is also good to share the driving
n Never drink alcohol – even small
quantities – before or during long
n Minimise in-car distractions
such as mobile phones – if you need
to make or answer a call, pull over
somewhere safe to do so.
n Be aware of speed limits on
unknown roads. Remember, double
demerit points apply all Easter week-
n Remember that everyone is in
the same position as you.
Don’t get frustrated if you are stuck
behind a caravan.
Be patient and wait until you reach
dual lanes or only overtake when it is
100 per cent safe to do so.
Safe driving tips
for long weekend
CHICAGO DEBUT: Hyundai unveiled the Veloster Rally Edition at the
Chicago Auto Show last month. The new rally car builds upon the Veloster
Turbo R-Spec credentials, with a more performance-focused suspension,
RAYS lightweight wheels, wide 225/40R18 tyres, a carbon-fibre look aero
accents, unique badging and floor mats. The Rally Edition is a limited
production run planned for 1200 units. PHOTO: Hyundai
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