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8 ultimate 12-volt travel secrets (we spill the beans)

Batteries. They are that sought-after item for any great tourer. Get the most out of your batteries with these 8 ultimate 12-volt travel secrets. Yep, we’re spilling the beans.

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Allan Whiting reviews The Manager30 Battery Management System
Allan Whiting reviews The Manager30 Battery Management System

Allan Whiting is a veteran journalist of the Australian Outback, last year he embarked on a two-month trip in remote bush. Before he left he had The Manager30 Battery Management System installed in his vehicle. Here's what he had to say about it.

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240V Power On The Go
240V Power On The Go

Charging batteries, operating power tools and coffee machines from the back of your 4WD out in the bush? Surely not!

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Getting to know Shaun Whale
Getting to know Shaun Whale

It's clear that Shaun Whale from 4WD Action is no new kid on the block, he's been doing what most blokes (and gals) would dream of for years. Watching him traverse all over the country is enough to make you green with envy. But Shaun is as humble and down to earth as he comes. 

We sat down with Shaun recently to talk about how he started, what's his favourite camped cooked meal, and how you too can start getting into the off-road lifestyle. 

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How to make fresh bread on the road
How to make fresh bread on the road

Managing life on the road can be tough, but it doesn't have to be when you can take life's creature comforts with you. Having a smash avo and bread for breakfast/lunch is possible as the duo at My Aussie Travel Guide show you how to make fresh bread on the road, using our Pure Sine Wave Inverter. Having something that can run your sensitive appliances? well, you can say its pretty much the greatest thing since sliced bread.  

 

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Danny’s 4WD Adventures reviews our BCDC1225D
Danny’s 4WD Adventures reviews our BCDC1225D

Danny Bosch from Danny’s 4WD Adventures is lucky enough to be undertaking a 12-month adventure around Australia. Before his departure, he identified a need for a good power management system, he decided that our BCDC1225D would be the best option, here's why!

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Patrolling our backyard: A cruise along the Gibb River Road and The Kimberley (Part 2)

Part 2 of Ned's adventures patrolling the back roads of The Kimberley's is now up - read it here! 

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A VICIOUS CYCLE: SWEATING IT OUT FOR A GOOD CAUSE
A VICIOUS CYCLE: SWEATING IT OUT FOR A GOOD CAUSE

REDARC recently sponsored Kim Scott and Donald McGurk for the Beat Cancer Tour, a charity bike race run in conjunction with the Santos Tour Down Under. Here is the story of the event played out.

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Patrolling our backyard: A cruise along the Gibb River Road and The Kimberley (Part 1)
Patrolling our backyard: A cruise along the Gibb River Road and The Kimberley (Part 1)

Making people's touring dreams come true just gives us that warm fuzzy feeling and we love hearing about how Ned's REDARC solar blanket and DC-DC charger helped him and his friends power on through. Read on about how he and his mates travelled from QLD to the heart of Australia - Ayers Rock, how they managed to power all their gear in overcast weather, and recovering others in tough mud. 

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Getting to know Pat Callinan
Getting to know Pat Callinan

You've seen him on Network 10's Pat Callinan's 4x4 Adventures, and read his magazines, 4x4 Adventures, Unsealed and RV Daily, Pat Callinan or "Mr4x4" as is his moniker is no stranger to being in the spotlight.

Since 2006, the media behemoth continues to go from strength to strength, with Pat Callinan professing that Pat Callinan Media is the most respected content publisher in the 4X4 industry today.

With the simple aim to be the highest quality publishers of content in the 4x4 and touring industry, there's no stopping Mr. 4X4. 

But who is the person behind the brand? What makes Pat tick? Ever the charismatic gentleman, we sat down with Pat and found out.

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