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6 Tips to Prepare for the Road to Broken Heel
You’re off to Broken Heel! You’ve got your festival tickets, your route planned and a fabulous playlist from AAMI. Your bags are all packed in the boot of your convertible, festival frocks and feather boas safely stowed away for the main event.
You’re ready to head off on the open road and get the glittering good times going! But before you start your engine, check out these tips to get your budget barbie camper road trip ready.
Spotlights to Headlights
You’d never perform with a faulty spotlight. Neither should your car! Before you take off, check that your headlights and tail lights are in good working condition, booking any necessary repairs.
Touch up your makeup, top up your oil
Before a big show, you’d always touch up your makeup. Before a big drive, it’s important to top up your oil. Remember to clean any dirty oil from around the dipstick. Handy tip: your car’s dipstick should be as flawless as your lipstick.
Pump up the jam and your tyres
Share the stage
Glittering good playlist
Download AAMI’s Broken Heel Spotify Playlist! Featuring fabulous feel good tunes, this playlist will keep your mind active on the long road to Broken Heel.
Remember you can call the Queen of the Desert
Broken down near Broken Hill? Flat tyre? Run out of fuel? With 24/7 Australia-wide roadside assistance and unlimited call-outs, AAMI really is the queen of the desert! Learn more about AAMI Roadside Assist – it might be just what you need to ensure the girls make it safely to the festival, wigs and all.
AAMI Roadside Assist an optional extra only available in conjunction with AAMI comprehensive car insurance. Terms and conditions for coverage apply. The information is intended to be of general nature only. We do not accept any legal responsibility for any loss incurred as a result of reliance upon it – please make your own enquiries.