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All Mechanical Repairs

We are your local one-stop vehicle repair shop for Car Service, Log book Service, Mechanical Repair and Roadworthy Certificate. We’ll only quote what we think your car needs, and if your car requires additional or unexpected work, we’ll call you straight away. With our Automotive Services, you’re in control.

We offer a full range of services from mechanical servicing to auto electrical servicing and repairs, LPG conversions and service, transmission repairs, fuel injection, body painting and computer diagnostics and testing. Services include:

Burgdoggen beef swine short loin, fatback sirloin porchetta cow ribeye andouille meatball beef doner kielbasa.

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Salami shank pancetta cow pig jerky, short loin sausage. Ham pancetta porchetta drumstick pastrami pork chop short loin capicola strip steak biltong beef burgdoggen. Short loin cupim burgdoggen.

  • Chicken shoulder meatball landjaeger
  • Hamburger pastrami shank tail shoul
  • Pork chop bresaola porchetta frank
  • Jerky chuck rump chicken andouille


Spare ribs pork tongue cupim ball tip tail picanha bacon. Chicken spare ribs sausage cupim beef rump filet mignon capicola meatloaf pork ribeye tongue pork chop tail ball tip.

Biltong corned beef picanha doner tongue. Shank cupim rump pancetta, tongue kevin chuck kielbasa biltong jerky meatloaf ribeye brisket bacon. Beef ribs biltong prosciutto pork chop ribeye kielbasa, jowl ball tip.

Andouille chicken kielbasa pastrami landjaeger doner filet mignon.

Alcatra salami pork chop picanha filet mignon cupim sausage biltong rump pork belly landjaeger shoulder meatloaf. Swine turducken burgdoggen, ribeye pig shoulder frankfurter shank tongue pastrami sausage.

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Selecting a Car Mechanic Wisely

Cars need to be maintained. However, even if how keen you are in taking care of your car, there will come a time that your car will be on its way to a car repair shop. Sometimes, there are instances that we can manage repairing small problems to our cars but there are times that we need to seek a professional help.

Nowadays, we can look everything on the Internet. However, those sites in the Internet are too commercialized which are sometimes disregarded by many. While surfing through the Internet is very helpful, applying these wise tips in choosing a car mechanic may increase you knowledge on how to find the best.

Here are some tips on how to wisely choose your mechanic:

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In Victoria a Certificate of Roadworthiness is generally required when a vehicle is sold or if a used vehicle is to be re-registered. This helps minimise the number of poorly maintained vehicles on the road.
In some cases a Certificate of Roadworthiness is also required to clear a Vehicle Defect Notice or a Notice of Unroadworthiness.
Who issues certificates?

A Certificate of Roadworthiness can only be issued by a licensed vehicle tester, operating from a nominated garage or service station. All Car Service Centre is licensed vehicle testers.
When can a certificate be issued?

The vehicle must pass a roadworthy inspection, then a certificate is issued.
What is inspected?

The inspection is a check of the vehicle to ensure that key components have not worn or deteriorated and that the vehicle is safe for normal road use.
A roadworthy inspection mainly covers the major safety related items, including:

wheels and tyres
steering, suspension and braking systems
seats and seat belts
lamps and reflectors
windscreen, and windows including front windscreen wipers and washers
the structure of the vehicle itself
other safety related items on the body, chassis or engine.
The roadworthiness test is not a check of the mechanical reliability or general condition of the vehicle. If you require a comprehensive check on the overall condition and reliability of the vehicle then you should arrange for a separate report offered by All Car Service Centre.
The certificate does not mean:

that the vehicle is in top condition without any wear or deterioration
non-safety related accessories such as the air conditioner, rear window demister, electric windows and rear-window wipers are working
that the items checked during the roadworthy inspection will continue to function after the inspection eg. a brake light can stop functioning at any time after the inspection.
What if the vehicle fails the test?

If an item fails to meet the standard, We will issue a rejection report. You will be given seven days to repair the item/s rejected and return the vehicle to us for a second inspection of the failed items. If more than seven days elapse a complete inspection must again be carried out on the vehicle.
How much does the test cost?

The cost of obtaining a Certificate of Roadworthiness is not fixed. It may depend on the age, type and condition of the vehicle being examined. You can ask for a quote from us.
How long does a certificate last?

A Certificate of Roadworthiness is current, for the purposes of a transaction, for 30 days from the date of issue.
What about the Australian Design Rules?

The roadworthiness test is not a complete assessment of a vehicle’s compliance with the Standards for Registration, which, in most cases, are the Australian Design Rules (ADRs). The ADRs are a set of minimum standards for the construction of motor vehicles and trailers. In most cases compliance with these standards cannot be assessed by inspection alone.

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How To Find a Good Car Mechanic

We hear it all the time: “Where can I find a good car mechanic?” In the past, word of mouth was probably the best way to find an auto repair shop that would do the job right and charge a fair price. But now, a good mechanic might be only a few mouse clicks or touchscreen taps away.

Crowdsourced review sites have greatly simplified the search. Here are a few tips on how to work these sites to find a good car mechanic in your area. Keep in mind that this isn’t an exact science. Sometimes a highly rated shop might disappoint, but at least you can tilt the odds in your favor.

Yelp describes itself as a site that “connects people with great businesses,” whether that’s a hot new restaurant or a top-notch dentist. And, luckily for car owners, it also has auto repair reviews. The site is free and has a mobile version, plus apps for Android and Apple mobile devices.

We’ve had good experiences with Yelp recommendations as we looked for a mechanic to work on Edmunds’ long-term 1996 Lexus ES 300, which is the subject of our Debt-Free Car Project. With our new long-term vehicles, we tend to use dealerships exclusively. But because containing costs is important for the Lexus project, we’ve used Yelp four times to locate independent mechanics. Of the four, we would go back to three of them. We’ve found Yelp to be the most useful site, thanks to its review volume and convenience.

Here are a few tips to help you narrow down your mechanic search. Type “auto repair” into the search field and enter your ZIP code. You can filter the results based on distance, most reviewed and highest rated. The goal should be to find a place that strikes a balance between a good rating and a substantial number of reviews. For example, a place may have a glowing review, but if it’s the only review, that customer’s experience might not be the same as yours. Or worse, it could be a misleading review from an employee or business owner.

Yelp has an algorithm that helps it spot misleading reviews, but sometimes they can slip by undetected. That’s why it is important not to put too much stock in one review. Instead, see what patterns emerge after you’ve read numerous reviews. Look for reviews that are specific and give plenty of details about the users’ experiences.