ASK ARB – night driving and auxiliary lighting

28th January, 2015

Hi ARB I have recently started working as a Remote Area Nurse in central Australia. My new job involves a fair bit of night driving on dirt roads. I’d love some advice on what type of driving lights to get as everyone seems to have a different opinion! I own a Toyota HiLux, which is great, but I’d feel a lot safer Continue Reading

ASK ARB – getting started and destinations

28th January, 2015

Dear ARB,  I am awaiting delivery of my first 4x4. It’s a VX Prado 3.0D – I can’t wait and I am looking forward to exploring some remote places that I have never been able to access before. What modifications and accessories should I purchase for safe four wheel driving? Can you recommend some interesting destinations around Victoria? I am only interested Continue Reading

ASK ARB – accessories for the Jeep JK Wrangler

28th January, 2015

Hi ARB, I gotta tell you that you’ve got me worried, or at least you’ve got my wife worried! I’ve just been down to your Wangara stockist in WA and have developed a very long wish list for my 2010 2 Door JK Wrangler! First up will be a 2" OME lift and ARB diff covers, followed by front and rear Continue Reading

ASK ARB – ARB photography

28th January, 2015

Hi ARB, Wow. Your Spring edition blew me away as I found myself wound up in the newsletter instead of getting an early start to the day’s workload. Wonderfully constructed and beautifully illustrated – not just a good read but emotive as well. I loved Michael Ellem’s article and tips on better photography, especially as he took me well away from my Continue Reading

ASK ARB – which battery is best for me?

28th January, 2015

Dear ARB, Firstly, I’d like to congratulate you on a great read. As a member of a large roadside assist organisation for 25 years now, your mag leaves them in the DUST. I love the way you guys incorporate product information into an interesting read of a trip, which brings me to my question. Having been a serious 4WDer in my younger Continue Reading

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