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What to Look for when Purchasing a Used Campervan

Posted on 23rd June 2019

Cold winter days can have your dreaming about summer holidays. Trips to the beach and spending evening outdoors can be a lot of fun when you have the freedom of a campervan (motorhome). But beware, campervans equate to a large dollar outlay so you want to see it well spent.

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Shipping Terms – What Does It All Mean?

Posted on 19th May 2019

Of course, we take care of all your documentation, insurance and shipping needs (it’s something we’ve been doing for over 25 years) but our beginners guide to common shipping terms and acronyms makes customers understand the basics of vehicle shipment and what to expect.  So, let’s get started …

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How to Turn Your Kids into Responsible Drivers

Posted on 16th April 2019

You may remember your parents giving you driving lessons. Typically, one was always much better at it than the other.  The one which was calmer, explained road rules clearer and didn’t make you want to give up driving altogether. Learning to drive is a major milestone for most teens – and a major headache for parents!  Developing some good habits now can turn an unpredictable teen into a good long-term driver with good long-term habits.

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Best Camping Spots in New Zealand

Posted on 17th March 2019

New Zealand enjoys comfortable camping temperatures from the beginning of Spring (September) through to the end of Autumn or Fall (May).   This country is riddled with paid camping grounds and free or low-cost camping spots.  So, whether you are new to these shores or a local discovering their own land, here are our top tips to ensure a pleasurable stay.

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Is it Worth Shipping my car Across the Ditch?

Posted on 13th February 2019

For those wanting to ship a car from New Zealand to Australia, or vice versa, you may wonder if it's worth the effort.  Given the relatively short distance and the likelihood of purchasing another car in the destination country, we think this is a perfectly good question.  But, as it happens, often shipping your current car is a better option, and here's why.

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