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National RV

4 Cumner Rd, Toowoomba, QLD, 4350

Caravan & Motorhome repairs & accessories. Insurance repairs. Solar installations and batteries.

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MTI Solutions

Unit 3, 29 Sunset Ave, Barrack Heights, NSW, 2528

We're not just all about boats at M.T.I. We can repair, modify, design and develop panels and parts for vehicles.

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RV Service Centre: Queensland

Shed 6, Toowoomba Business Centre, 11-15 Gardner Ct, Wilsonton, QLD, 4350

All repairs - panel damage, water leaks, mechanical repairs, chassis repairs, paint

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Applied RV Services: Wangara

Unit 7, 30 Prindiville Dr, Wangara, WA, 6065

Most aspects of Recreational vehicle repairs and alterations catered for.

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Gadgets Caravan Services

Unit 8, 61 Frankston Gardens Dr, Carrum Downs, VIC, 3201

Specialising in Fibreglass repairs. Over 10 years experience. Insurance and private work. Servicing and spare parts.


User Guide To Caravan Repairs and Servicing

The number of caravans and camper-trailers in Australia means that there are a lot of repair service centres available to fix them when needed. Since all caravans are subject to extreme wear and tear, most caravan repair centres are equipped with the necessary tools to remedy common problems that impede its performance. There are countless automotive repair businesses in Australia's different States and Territories all working to provide the best service possible to repair all kinds of motor vehicles.

Automotive repair shops come with a variety of services and specialties, and most automotive repair shops are run by motor mechanics. Mechanics often quote the price of the repair to the customer before starting to work on the vehicle or after partial disassembly for inspection. They may repair a specific part of the car or replace one or more assembly parts.

Automotive repair may also include certain modifications on the caravan to improve its performance on both on the road and off road. These are usually requested by caravan enthusiasts. The rates of vehicle modification may vary depending on the kind of work to be done and the parts needed for the vehicle.

The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association is concerned with the manufacturing, re-manufacturing, wholesaling, distribution and retailing of all vehicle parts, accessories, tools, equipment and services on all vehicles.
The Motor Trades Association of Australia is a national organization that represents the repair, retail and service sector of the Australian automotive industry with over 100,000 retail motor trade businesses. Meanwhile, the Federation of Automotive Products Manufacturers represents manufacturers within the automotive products industry to all levels of government. It is considered by government officials as The Voice of the Automotive Components Industry and has 83 member companies and deals in both State and Federal government departments.

Tips on choosing the best automotive repair shop for your caravan

  • Before you even need a repair shop, start searching for one. You make better decisions when you are not rushed or panicked.
  • Know all the details of the parts that you need for your vehicle and compare them to each other in order to realize their suitability for you. Some parts might not be compatible with your caravan and might not produce the desired change.
  • Ask people you know for their recommendations based from their experience.
  • When you find a repair shop, start with small jobs. If you are satisfied, you may trust them with more complex repairs.
  • Check all the replacement parts for any damage before purchasing them and do not be afraid to ask questions every time.
  • Choose the right automotive repair shop. Reputable and trusted dealers often have good track records and are recognized by the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association.
  • Automotive repair shops should always be able to address all your concerns and queries to your satisfaction. If they are unable to explain a particular process, they may not be the most qualified people to take care of your car.
  • The management of a good automotive repair shop is always willing to discuss the problem if you are not satisfied with the service.
  • The policies of the automotive repair shop should always be posted or explained to your satisfaction.

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Very courteous and attentive staff who always identify what my primary concerns are with my cars bef...
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ABS Auto Service Centre

231 Sherbourne Rd, Eltham, VIC
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12 Jul 2013
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this workshop is great very helpful great service and great mechanics i can always rely on them to h...
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DNS Automotive

Unit 6, 6-12 Dickson Rd, Morayfield, QLD
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22 Dec 2012
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It's the worst experience ever. They highly overpriced my items and told me lies.

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