After working in the auto industry since the dawn of time - well, 1972 actually - you could say I know a thing or two about cars, buses, trucks and automobiles.
I’ve been running my own mechanical workshop since 1980.
Everything in almost every industry has changed a lot over those years, and especially so for the auto service industry.
Back then petrol stations were called ‘service stations’ and yes, there was a reason for that, every time you called in to put petrol in your car, the attendants gave your car a mini checkup or ‘service’ as they filled your petrol tank.
At any good service station the attendant would:
…and help you with any issues or concerns you had about your vehicle.
They noticed if there was something not right, something that needed attention and would refer you to the mechanic to discuss it further.
Caring for the running condition of your customers’ cars was part of the job for a service station attendant…
…while it may not be like that anymore for the vast majority of service stations, I’m pretty old school myself.
That kind of attention to the maintenance of your car is preventative, it’s what keeps it running in top condition between services. It also helps to ensure your maintenance costs are minimal with growing issues being picked up long before they become major ones, cost you thousands of dollars and disrupt your life.
I am committed to providing the kind of service that keeps your car running very well for as long as you want to be using the car…
…in fact, that commitment forms part of our core mission at our Bosch Auto Services NDM workshop.
Every vehicle is precious to it’s owner and for various reasons..
…which makes it very important to me.
With my hand on my heart I’m proud to be able to say that we service and care for your vehicles just as if they were our own. Which is one of the key reasons I chose to work alongside Bosch.
Being part of the Bosch Var Service Network means our workshop is regularly audited and tested.
We are bound by a stringent set of rules and regulations and are required to undergo regular training that keeps us up to date with the ever changing world of the motoring in-dustry and automotive technology.
Call Us Now on 07 5529 0827 or Bring Your Vehicle In For a No Cost Checkup
Beyond 4000 Foundation:
Very dear to my heart is our Beyond 4000 Foundation, a family run Not For Profit Founda-tion managed by Diane Musgrave.
The Foundation is set up to help create employment and training for remote and indige-nous communities while providing them with infrastructure such as power and sanitation.
We partner with groups such as Rotary and local governments to construct and support new projects where they are needed most - to date, India and Liberia.
We are currently looking for groups and organisations to partner with us in undertaking these projects in Australia to provide infrastructure, employment and training where those are severely lacking.
If you would like to be involved, please Call on 07 5529 0827 to discuss.