• What is a safety certificate?
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    What is a safety certificate?

    We are Queensland Government approved to check and write out Safety Certificates for our clients.In Queensland, a roadworthy inspection is called a ‘Safety Certificate’. They used to be called a Roadworthy Certificate or a Blue Slip, due to the piece of paper being blue.Over the last year, the QLD government have been slowly phasing out hand-written safety certificates and introducing an electronic version.

  • Extend The Life of Your Engine
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    Extend The Life of Your Engine

    With rising fuel prices and unnecessary car repairs, the last thing you want to worry about is having your car break down. Instead, protect your investment, and get from Point A to Point B as reliably as possible. Keeping your car running longer by allowing us to serve you on our customer service plan.

  • What Parts Should be Replaced at What Intervals
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    What Parts Should be Replaced at What Intervals

    We advise that you follow a car maintenance plan, you can help prevent major problems before they occur. Not only working to a service plan, but also sticking to a detailed record of your car’s maintenance history can definitely maintain your vehicles value, too.Many manufacturers use a 50-100-150 schedule, this meaning the more major parts need to be inspected, changed, or replaced at 50,000, 100,000, and 150,000 km.

    Why not contact our office on 07-5537-6155 to organise one of our friendly staff to do a fresh service and we’ll do our best to help keep you on track!!  


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