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|Posted on 2 August, 2019 at 21:50||comments (0)|
Even though we’re more than just 4WD’s at Johnson’s 4WD Repair Shop and love all makes and models, a large part of our role in providing support to our customers is giving advice on recovery gear. We frequently hear from our customers about their experiences assisting other avid 4WDers as well as tales of being helped themselves. As we all know, there are times when we just can’t get moving alone.
It’s always a good idea to 4WD in groups...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 10 June, 2019 at 23:55||comments (0)|
When shopping for a used car, making sure you’re not buying someone else’s problems can be tricky. Hopefully with these tips and tricks, you can have the confidence to buy a great used car that will provide you and your family with reliability for years to come.
Planning and understanding expectations is key. Critical items you should address before commencing your search include:
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|Posted on 23 February, 2019 at 21:20||comments (0)|
A common misunderstanding by consumers is that they must take their vehicle to the dealer for servicing to maintain warranty. The answer here is that this is not the case. You will not void your standard warranty by having your vehicle serviced by an independent and qualified mechanical workshop.
Independent workshops provide one on one service and will ensure that your logbook service meets and exceeds requirements to maintain your warranty.
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|Posted on 13 December, 2018 at 22:30||comments (0)|
Servicing your vehicle on time is critical in ensuring your families safety and your vehicle’s reliability. The frequency of set monthly intervals or kilometers ensures that as well as a service, a safety check can also be conducted with risks and issues identified and rectified quickly by your trusted mechanic. If there are several items that need attention, your mechanic can help you prioritise each item and create an action plan to mitigate the risks of a negative impact.
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