A: It really varies according to each vehicle. However, most cars will have the recommended air pressure listed on a sticker inside the driver’s door. You can also find it in the owner’s manual. Most passenger cars will recommend 32psi to 35psi.

A: The cost to convert your vehicle to LPG is between $2,500 to $4,500 depending on which style of system is fitted. For a basic vapour mixer, you are looking at about $2,500. For a sequential injection system, the cost is $4,500. The cost of maintenance can be higher because only a licensed installer or repairer can carry out servicing. Oaks Automotive is a licensed installer and repairer, call us for more information on LPG.


  • Lack of grip
  • Premature wear
  • Excessive fuel consumption
  • Extended stopping distance
  • Car will pull to the right or left side
  • Extra effort required when turning

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A: A pink slip or eSafety inspection report verifies that your vehicle is safe and ready for the road. Most vehicles more than 5 years old will need a pink slip before registering in NSW. When you get your registration paper work, it will state whether or not you need an inspection. At Oaks Automotive we offer safety inspections, call us today.

A: Vintage cars should get checked over twice a year, as preventative maintenance is cheaper than having to call a tow truck. Older cars will need to keep suspension and steering joints well lubricated and greased. Call us to get your car in.

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