Services we Provide


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We cover all aspects of mechanical servicing, maintenance and repair work. Repair and replacement of wear and tear items as well as upgrading from factory fitted components.

  • Logbook and maintenance servicing: in line with manufacturer logbook specifications. More than just an oil and filter change this includes a comprehensive safety check of the vehicle to identify current and future components that may require attention. Often preventing costly breakdowns and repairs from major component failure.

  • Brakes – Replacement of worn brakes on passenger vehicles, trailers and caravans.

  • Suspension – Replacement of worn factory components or upgrading to heavy duty 4×4 suspension and lift kits.

  • Clutch – Replacement of worn and slipping clutches or upgrade to heavy duty for towing or 4x4ing purposes. Engine rebuild, repair or replacement.

  • Battery testing and replacement if required.

  • Diagnostics we have specialist diagnostic equipment and technicians who are trained to use them. Our equipment allows us to make accurate and timely repairs to your vehicle.

  • Transmission servicing and repairs

  • Engine repairs and replacements

  • Caravan & Trailer repairs

  • All things automotive your one stop mechanical repair shop!

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& Tyres


When it comes to tyre care and maintenance we usually only stop to think about it when there’s a problem. Punctures, skidding, pulling, and issues that impact our quality of drive or ability to drive at all, usually have us stopping in our tracks.  But, if you properly care for your tyres you may be able to prevent things from going wrong in the first place.


  • Wheel Alignment service for your Car, SUV & 4WD – Having a correct wheel alignment is one of the best ways for you to maximize the life of your tyres. Tyres can be a significant investment, so we want to help you get the most out of them.  As well as helping tyres last longer, well aligned tyres are safer, save on fuel, and provide better handling on the road. An alignment will adjust your tyres to how they should be, based on your cars manufacturer specifications with the purpose of reducing tyre wear and increasing the safety of your vehicle. Your tyres can move out of alignment over time, or they can be jerked out of alignment by incidents such as hitting a curb or pothole. If your tyres are out of alignment, you may feel as though your car is pulling off to one side of the road. Misaligned tyres will not only compromise your safety on the road, but also greatly increase the wear on your tyres. This means you will need to pay the cost of replacing your tyres well before their normal wear life.You may need an alignment if:
    • Your steering doesn’t feel right, or is pulling to one side
    • You are rotating your tyres
    • Your tyres display notable wear
    • You customise your vehicle, and raise or lower the chassis
    • An incident occurs on the road, such as a bump or pothole, that makes you think your wheels may be misaligned

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  • Puncture repair – If you do get a punctured tyre, bring it in to us and we will be able to inspect and determine if the tyre can be repaired.
    To check if the tyre can be repaired, we will need to remove the tyre from the wheel, inspect the damage and check the structure of the tyre. If the tyre can be repaired, we will fix the puncture, refit & balance it back to the wheel and then fit it to your car.

  • Rotations & Balance –  One of the most important maintenance jobs you should regularly book in for is tyre rotation.

    It may seem trivial, but swapping the tyres around on your vehicle is important than you realise. Modern tyre tread patterns, and the introduction of many front-wheel drive cars, have increased the importance of regular tyre rotation. (Front-wheel drive considerably influences wear on both the driven front tyres and the rolling rear tyres.)

    Tyre rotation can:

    • Maximise overall tread life
    • Even-out front and rear wear patterns
    • Quieten tyre noise and lessen vibration.

    To maintain the direction of rotation, move the tyres from front to rear. Depending on tyre wear, consider rotating your tyres every 5 – 10,000 km

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Air-conditioning service
and re-gas

Our qualified and licenced air-conditioning technicians carry out a complete range of air-conditioning services to ensure that the air-conditioner is working efficiently, keeping you comfortable in summer and demisting those foggy windscreens in winter.

  • Repair and regasing of leaking A/C systems.

  • Replacement of failed components.

  • Custom fitment of A/C systems.

  • Trucks

  • Refrigerated vehicles

  • All farming and agriculture equipment – offsite service not available

ARC Licence No: AU49112

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Pre-purchasing a car
and Roadworthy Certificates

Selling or buying a vehicle? In Victoria an RWC, or Certificate of Roadworthiness, is needed before a vehicle can be sold or when it needs to be re-registered. A Licensed Vehicle Tester must check that your vehicle meets the standards set out under Regulation 220 by the Roads Corporation, or VicRoads, prior to a Certificate of Roadworthiness being issued.

Occasionally a Certificate of Roadworthiness is also needed before you can have a defect notice removed from a vehicle or it may be required as part of a required inspection for vehicles such as taxis and buses (which must undergo regular, periodic mandatory Inspections).

A roadworthy inspection is not a pre-purchase inspection and does not take into account the overall condition or mechanical reliability of the vehicle. Where a pre-purchase inspection giving comprehensive details of the general condition or value of the vehicle is desired, you should consider arranging for a separate independent pre-purchase inspection.

If you want to be able to pass a Roadworthy Examination it helps to understand what the mechanic conducting the vehicle inspection will be considering when deciding if the car is roadworthy or not.

The following checklist may help you to make sure your vehicle will be able to successfully pass a Roadworthy Inspection.

Brake & braking systems – RWC checks

Brakes and warning systems are an essential safety feature of all vehicles and must be in good working order to pass a roadworthy examination

  • All components must function correctly, be mounted securely and correctly located
  • All brake components must be free from visible wear, distortion or damage
  • Vehicle parking and emergency brakes must be functioning correctly
  • Park brakes must be capable of keeping the vehicle stationary on any grade of hill
  • Brake lights (warning signs) must be fitted correctly and functioning
  • Car horn must be working correctly
  • Brake systems must be free of leaks
  • Brake linings must not be worn down to the wear indicators
Chassis & vehicle body RWC checks

To pass a Roadworthy Inspection a vehicle must have;

  • An absence of any condition able to cause structural failure or affect safe operation
  • A sound floor, free of obstructions or any condition which could hamper safe operation
  • Functioning mechanisms , inc doors, boots, Ute lids, bonnets, hatches & tailgates
  • Bumper bars which eliminate sharp corners or protrusions must be securely fitted
  • Towbars (when present) should be in good condition and correctly fitted
  • Vehicles with a tray type body require suitable mudflaps for the vehicle type
General vehicle – RWC checks

To pass a Certificate of Roadworthiness examination, a car should be generally in a good condition.

All accessories should function correctly without impeding performance and must be suitable for the intended task.

We have Roadworthy Certificates or Pre-purchase checks Available. Make an informed decision on your next car, don’t just hope everything will be ok and then find it will cost thousands to fix.

LVT Tester No: EX12158

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