Wellington Mechanics today remains a 100% New Zealand -owned company with over 250 employees, a host of workshops nationwide and a genuine belief that taking care of your car can be easy, fast, hassle-free and very cost effective. We have served thousands of satisfied customers and built a solid base of people who enjoy the convenience of mobile mechanical workshops for their everyday servicing and repairs, as well as for breakdowns.
Wellington Mechanics workshop is situated on the edge of Wellington CBD. Our convenient location has enabled us to provide full mechanical repairs and servicing to many businessmen and women in Wellington. Our best car mechanics are available in Wellington CBD, Petone, Porirua, and the surrounding suburbs.
All of Wellington Mechanics’ franchises employ only qualified individuals to work on our customers’ vehicles. Our brand enjoys the reputation of utilising products that are of the highest quality, sourcing all products with factory-original specifications. This ensures that while maintenance and services are performed by qualified technicians and overseen by management, there is also the added safety feature for our customers since we repair and replace with parts that are factory-approved..
Wellington Mechanics are committed to providing the highest level of servicing and we measure this by using our specifically designed SMS feedback program. This SMS customer feedback program is tailored to deliver a method to ensure your suggestions of how the store can improve their service, and or an acknowledgment that you have received the highest level of service.
Why regular servicing is essential!
Although many drivers argue that the cost of a service is simply not in their current budget and, since the car doesn’t have any imminent danger signs, they may not be thinking about getting a service.
But perhaps the penny-wise adage may prove well in this case since the regular maintenance of a vehicle is a proven saving, not only for the pocket but for the very sake of the car itself.
What’s more, regular servicing can even add to your resale value because most buyers will want a full-service record; and Wellington Mechanics can provide you with all the necessary service statements, guaranteeing you peace of mind and a vehicle that won’t let you down.
Tyres are more important than you think
Tyres are simply the wheels that hold the important parts of the car on the road. Worn or partially/excessively inflated tyres may even lead to accidents. Petrol consumption and a comfortable ride may also be affected by the tyre condition.
However, the most important thing of all is the grip the tyre has on the road. In wet conditions, imperfect tyres can lead to serious accidents. The tread of your tyre needs to be checked by a professional. Wellington Mechanics will gladly tell you if you need to replace one or all four of your tyres, just by studying the tread.
We suggest you check them once a month. Check for pressures, tread or any damage such as an embedded nail or foreign object.
And one last thing, don’t neglect to check your spare tyre. It will lose pressure over time; and in the event of a blowout, you will need that spare tyre..
Check your car’s fluids
You can have your car fluids checked at any service station. Or if you’re the hands-on type, lifting the bonnet and taking just three or four minutes is all it takes. But we at Wellington Mechanics strongly suggest you check your basic fluids to ensure that, for example, your engine is well lubricated.
If you are not well-versed in car maintenance, we strongly suggest not doing this yourself. Rather, bring your vehicle into your nearest Midas Service Centre. We will gladly have your car serviced, and you will leave with complete peace of mind..
A well-maintained car
Once you’ve managed all the minor servicing of your car such as an oil change, take your car for a ride and pay special attention to the sounds and movement. A bumpy ride or swerving to the left may indicate an alignment issue. But if all seems nice, smooth and just the way you want it to be, then enjoy the rest of the ride.
If the sound of your car changes, it may suggest a small crack in your exhaust system. This would need attention immediately.
A shaking steering wheel could indicate tyre problems. Or, if your brakes feel hard or different, visit a professional mechanic immediately before it’s too late.