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Flat tire in the Outback? Engine sputtering in the city? Don't panic! A car breakdown in Australia can be stressful, but knowing how to handle it can turn a disaster into a minor hiccup. Here's your guide to staying safe and getting back on track while waiting for your car mechanic: 

1. Calm Down & Park Safe

First things first, breathe. Pull over safely, turn on hazards, and assess the situation. Can't figure it out? Don't be a hero – leave repairs to the pros. 

2. Call for Backup

Got roadside assistance? Dial them up! They'll handle flat tires, dead batteries, and even bigger woes. Give them your location and details – the sooner the better. 

3. Be Seen & Safe

Visibility matters. If safe, place flares or triangles. Stick inside on busy roads, and wear reflective gear if you have it. 

4. Know Your Whereabouts

In remote areas, pinpointing your location is key. Use GPS or a roadside app to give accurate coordinates. Can't find them? Look for landmarks or mile markers. 

5. Be Prepared 

Pack an emergency kit! Water, snacks, a flashlight, basic tools, and a first-aid kit are your roadside heroes. Trust us, you'll thank yourself later. 

6. Listen to the Pros

When help arrives, follow their instructions. They're there to keep you safe and get you rolling again. Ask about towing options and repair facilities. 

7. Prevent Before You Punt

Regular car care is your best bet. Schedule check-ups, oil changes, tire rotations, and vital component inspections. A healthy car is a happy (and less likely to break down) car. 

Remember, car trouble doesn't have to ruin your Aussie adventure. With a plan, roadside assistance, and a bit of preparation, you'll be back on the road enjoying the scenery in no time. So, pack your sense of humour, trust your instincts, and keep this guide handy – you never know when you might need it!

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