Monthly Archives: September 2019

Rhino Linings Protect Your Bakkie’s Load Bay

A bakkie is made for work. The load bay of a full-size bakkie can take upwards of a metric tonne and the stuff you put back there could be virtually anything, from sand, stone, and garden refuse to retail products, holiday luggage, and camping paraphernalia. The bottom line is that this space is made for loading things and, as such, it takes a beating. Therefore, it makes little sense that the vast majority of bakkies are sold with normal painted load bays without any form of protection. The very first time you use the bakkie to transport anything, the paint will become scratched and damaged, allowing in moisture and setting the scene for rust forming. All bakkies should come as standard with load-bay protection like Rhino’s top-quality bin linings, but they don’t.
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We Fit Anti-Smash-and-Grab Window-Protection Film

Smash-and-grab incidents are, sadly, far too common in South Africa and they tend to happen when you least expect them. Opportunistic bandits and thieves are always on the lookout for motorists that don’t pay attention to their surroundings or are busy on their phones. So, the most important thing is that, if you stay vigilant, many of these types of incidents can be avoided. However, sometimes you are stuck in traffic and cannot drive away immediately or another unfortunate combination of circumstances means that you fall victim to a smash-and-grab crime. So, you’d better come prepared.
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Have A Bluetooth Car Kit Installed Today

It is illegal to handle your cellphone using your hands while operating your vehicle, whether you are driving or standing still at the traffic lights. Not only that, but it is also dangerous. To enable you to make and receive calls safely while on the road, you need a Bluetooth car kit. This is a device that uses short-range Bluetooth wireless technology to connect to your phone so you can interact with the device using your voice instead of touching your phone. Many vehicles today are fitted as standard with this type of technology but if you have one that isn’t – or you drive an older car – you need a Bluetooth kit.
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