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The basics of battery monitoring
The basics of battery monitoring
What can a voltage gauge tell you about your batteries that you won't know without one?
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How to deal with windy conditions at camp
How to deal with windy conditions at camp
REDARC have 5 handy hints to make sure your camp setup doesn't blow away with an unexpected gust of wind.
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Courtesy on dirt roads, why it matters in the outback
Courtesy on dirt roads, why it matters in the outback
Driving on dirt roads means you need to be considerate of other drivers in a whole new way.
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Explaining Autonomous Emergency Braking
Explaining Autonomous Emergency Braking
What is AEB and can it impact your tow vehicle? REDARC are here to help explain more.
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Maintain expensive batteries with SmartCharge
Maintain expensive batteries with SmartCharge
Jon Riley reviews the REDARC SmartCharge AC battery chargers on his 4x4 and caravan batteries.
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Tyre Pressure Basics | Why And When To Deflate Your Tyres
Tyre Pressure Basics | Why And When To Deflate Your Tyres
When should you deflate your tyres when driving off-road? And why do you need to? A simple guide to correct tyre pressures, on and off-road.
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Are lithium batteries worth the cost?
Are lithium batteries worth the cost?
With lithium batteries becoming more popular as an auxiliary battery option, REDARC dig a little deeper to find out what the fuss is all about.
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The truth about alternators
The truth about alternators
We're here to help walk you through vehicle alternators and how they affect a dual battery setup.
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Which auxiliary battery do I need?
Which auxiliary battery do I need?
REDARC look at the very basics of battery types to help you select the best auxiliary battery for your budget and setup.
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When bigger is not always better
When bigger is not always better
Contrary to popular belief, getting the biggest sized battery charger is not always better for your touring setup and in this blog, we’ll tell you why.
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