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Wof Extension Covid-19 2021

10/09/2021 - To ensure that Kiwis are still able to get to their jobs and access essential services, they are extending expiring licences, WoFs and vehicle registrations that expired on or after 21 July 2021. These extensions will be valid...

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Car Park Risk

A trip to the car park often starts with a drive around a, full car park, trying to locate a spot. But have you ever returned to your car and found it’s not as you left it? In these cases,...

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A Solution to Your Vehicles Issues

In the last article, I posted there was a sentence "Technology has a tendency to overrun our attention and our lives " It got me thinking about where our business is moving when it comes to customers perspective.   What...

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Level 3 Processes

Here we are again, You can be assured we have you and our communities best interests in front of mind, whilst this pandemic is in our community. Note during level 3 You are not permitted to enter our premises. A...

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NZ New Vehicle Servicing

Servicing a new vehicle under warranty in New Zealand? Can a vehicle be serviced by someone other than the manufacturer’s agent or dealer in New Zealand without voiding warranties? Can aftermarket Filters be used over genuine parts? The short answer...

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Wipers – 101

Have you ever been driving in the torrential rain and struggled to see the road in front of you?   Heavy rainfall is inevitable during these winter months, with reduced stopping distances now is the most important time to ensure...

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Taking Care of the Company Vehicle Part 2

For many businesses, company vehicles are integral, the wheel that keeps things going. (Excuse the pun - Ed) The managers/owners rely on the drivers to take care of the vehicles; to enable deliveries, or get to customer appointments, they need...

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Taking Care of the Company Vehicle Part 1

Looking after fleet and/or company vehicles, is often allocated to an administration staff member or a mid-management person who has a little scope to add to their duties. Much of the time this person has some experience, but often requires...

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Dash Warning Lights

There are two types of warning lights – red and orange. A red warning light suggests that you should act quickly because the problem is serious, such as an overheating engine, low engine oil pressure or a braking system problem....

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