Bullbars are designed to protect the front of a vehicle from impact with objects on the road, and in many areas of Australia, a bullbar is considered an essential accessory. It can help protect from animals when driving in rural areas around dawn or dusk, and for 4WDs, a bullbar can be an important mounting point from towing equipment and recovery.
There are several different types of bullbars, and they range from heavy duty to plastic composite. The type of vehicle, driving situation and geographical location will all contribute to the bullbar that suits your vehicle, and at Bullbars.com.au, you can find the professionals that can help you find the best bullbar for your vehicle.
We also have professionals ready to help you with installation and suspension setting for your new bullbars, second-hand bullbars and a whole lot more. From smaller nudge bars to chrome bullbars that are sure to turn heads, don’t leave your vehicle unprotected – contact a listed expert from Bullbars.com.au to find out more about your next bullbar.
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Victims of car accidents should sue drivers of vehicles fitted with illegal bull bars, the pedestrian watchdog has said.
HERD Bars and Bodies, makers of alloy bull bars and specialist trailers, has started production of a bull bar exclusively for Scania's 4-series range. Although the truck is only new on the market the company has already exported more than 100 bars to operators in Hong Kong and mainland..read more
THE dormant controversy over vehicle bull-bars is about to flare up again, with the potential to divide Australia's rural community from urban dwellers almost as massively as has the gun debate. The Federal Minister for Transport, John Sharp, is due by the end of this week to answer a series..read more
FEDERAL and state governments are not far from deciding what action if any needs to be taken on bull bars to make them more user- friendly without banning them altogether. This comes on the heels of new research which seems to put to rest fears that the bars may confuse..read more