Service special $129.50. Oil & filter change under bonnet fluid lev...
Lashmore Mechanical: Service special $129.50. Oil & filter change under bonnet fluid level top up (light vehicles only 5lt of oil) surcharge for s
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55 Lear Jet Dr, Caboolture, QLD, 4510
Caboolture Leading Caravan Repairs and Servicing Centre in Australia.more
494 North East Rd, Windsor Gardens, SA, 5087
We have many years experience in servicing and repairing all makes of caravans, campers and motorhomes.more
10 Main St, Bakers Creek, QLD, 4740
Solar, ESC, Servicing, Insurance, Brakes & Bearings, Awnings, Annexes, Wheel Alignment, Safety Checks and Fridges.more
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.
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