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Opposite Lock: Wodonga

87 Thomas Mitchell Dr, Wodonga, VIC, 3690

Another service offered within Opposite Lock, is access to Wyatt Mechanical - Servicing everything from mowers to trucks.

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All Auto Air

By Appointment, Capalaba, QLD, 4157

We repair, maintain, regas and fix truck and bus Air conditioning systems.

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Truck Assist: Brisbane

Level 29, 400A George St, Brisbane, QLD, 4000

We are Truck specialists, we are here to back you up when things go wrong

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Truck Assist: Newcastle

1st Floor, Suite 15B, 50A Glebe Rd, Newcastle, NSW, 2291

We are Truck specialists, we are here to back you up when things go wrong

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Truck Assist: Melbourne

Level 16, 440A Collins St, Melbourne, VIC, 3000

We are Truck specialists, we are here to back you up when things go wrong

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Truck Assist: Launceston

Level 1, 37A George St, Launceston, TAS, 7250

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User Guide To Truck and Bus Repairs

There is a great number of automotive repair services in Australia that caters to all types of vehicles including trucks and buses. In fact, there are numerous automotive repair shops in different states and territories due to the high number of vehicles in the country. Trucks and buses that are either used for urban use or off-road break down eventually and the services of motor mechanics are needed all the time.

Automotive repair shops come with a variety of services and specialties for trucks and buses. A common type of automotive repair shop is the service departments of vehicle dealerships or contractors which are the only ones authorized to perform warranty and recall repairs by the manufacturers and distributors.

The repair of trucks and buses is mostly done by a mechanic or group of mechanics to diagnose the problem of the vehicle accurately and quickly and provide the necessary services to fix it. Motor mechanics often use electrical equipment to determine the problem on trucks and buses. They may repair a specific part of the vehicle or replace one or more assembly parts which may take a lot of time to accomplish. Most motor mechanics are provided with sophisticated diagnostic computers for fixing the more sophisticated systems of today's vehicles. They may also be qualified to repair the electrical systems of the vehicle whenever needed.

The repair of trucks and buses may also include certain modifications to the vehicle to improve its performance on both on the road and off road. These are usually requested by individuals who own theses vehicles, companies or contractors. The rates of vehicle modification may vary depending on the kind of work to be done and the parts needed for the truck or bus.

Vehicle repair and modifications vary and may include vehicle lifts to increase the amount of clearance between the ground and the bottom of the frame of the vehicle, body lifts, suspension lifts for better handling capabilities, and many more. These parts and accessories are available from automotive repair shops that specialize in trucks and buses and also from the retailer of the vehicles, which can be requested upon purchase.
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.

How to choose the best automotive repair shop

  • Before you even need a repair shop, start searching for one. You make better decisions when you are not rushed or panicked.
  • 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.
  • The policies of the automotive repair shop should always be posted or explained to your satisfaction.
  • The management of a good automotive repair shop is always willing to discuss the problem if you are not satisfied with the service.
  • Ask if the shop customarily handles your truck or bus make and model.

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