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Journeys : RACT MNJ June July 2010
6242 A sure sign your car is in safe hands. Our RACT Approved Repairer Code of Practice ensures that all repair work and services performed for members of the RACT will be carried out under the supervision of a competent and qualified person. The RACT Approved Repairer Code of Practice also includes the following key points: • Written estimate of costs provided upon request • Warranty covering repair work for 90 days or 5000 km • Parts that are replaced will be available for you to inspect and keep, if desired • Once commenced, repair work will be completed quickly. When your car's being repaired, it's hard not to wonder if the job's being done correctly. With an RACT Approved Repairer you can relax. www.ract.com.au RACT Approved Repairers shown with the Show Your Card & Save logo will provide 10% discount on labour if you present your card prior to quotation. Contact your nearest RACT branch for a complete list of Approved Repairers or visit www.ract.com.au David Rose Radiators Plus 82 Frankland St, Launceston Phone 6334 8722 'Are you hot and over worked? Splitting at the seams? Ask our cool guys to get you back into shape!' That's the promise on the wall at Radiators Plus, where radiator specialist Andrew Hadrill plies his trade. Andrew has been in the cooling business for 16 years and he's seen some big changes in that time, from the brass and copper of years gone by to the aluminium and plastic-tank radiators of today. "As well as servicing radiators, I also fabricate and fit custom models for special purposes," Andrew says. "I've built cooling equipment for everything from motorcycles and race cars to industrial- grade radiators and oil coolers for heavy machinery." Andrew knows that it pays to maintain your radiator in good condition -- and with R ACT's free winter motoring inspections showing up significant numbers of Tasmanian vehicles with cooling system faults, now's the time for a radiator health-check. Up north, Radiators Plus is the place to do it. Caltex Regent Street 66 Regent St, Sandy Bay Phone 6223 2102 Mark Leatherbar row (right) started work as an apprentice mechanic at this well- known Sandy Bay ser vice station and workshop in 1970 -- 40 years later he's managing the business for ow ner Gerd Hennicke. If you call in for driveway ser vice, a vehicle inspection or a full range of mechanical work, you might also catch up with (from left) mechanics Gaston Gonzales and Nick Carter. Gaston came to Tasmania from Chile. "We have quite a number of loyal and valued customers who have been with us for m any years," Mark says. "But I can't think of anyone we've served for longer than Miss Weidenhofer, who lives close by and has been a regular customer ever since I've worked here." It could even be considerably longer -- because Miss Weidenhofer, who drives a little white Barina these days, has been an R ACT member for 54 years. June / July 2010 38
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