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Upper Hutt Leader : May 25th 2011
18 UPPER HUTT LEADER, MAY 25, 2011 WOF LTSA Approved Corner Queen & King Streets, Upper Hutt Ph 04-528 9770 Fax 04-528 9737 Queen St Auto Centre Ltd WITH EVERY WOF *Some conditions may apply Back for 2011 Bring in a copy of this Ad to receive 3758693AA FREE WIPER BLADES 3648099AD 4 Goodshed Road Upper Hutt Chris Fouhy Phone/Fax 528 4070 firstname.lastname@example.org UH103840T All Mechanical Repairs All Makes & Models Warrant of Fitness (While you wait service available) Hours: 7am - 5.30pm Monday - Friday 8am - 12midday Saturday SINCE 1978 P: 04 528 9395 | C: 027 597 2519 | E: email@example.com 30 Goodshed Road, Upper Hutt (next to Lifestyle Gym) servicing | repairs | tyres | parts | accessories WOFs while you wait for all makes and models Open: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm | Sat 9am-1pm 3530457 FREE * BRAKES * CV JOINTS * TOWBARS * LUBES * WOF * TRAILER HIRE * EXHAUSTS * SHOCKS * CLUTCHES * CAMBELTS Phone 527 8577 29 Queen Street, Upper Hutt MAIDSTONE MUFFLERS your undercar specialists Brake & Exhaust Checks 2761602AA Drive 3758718AA Workshop proves welcome addition No job too big: Brad Walker shows some of the modern equipment used to test vehicle engines. CONTINUED Page 19 If you need help to install or repair any electrical, alarm, or stereo components, look no further than Upper Hutt's Quickstart Auto Electrical and Air Conditioning. Owners Brad and Sarah Walker expanded their business to open a workshop in January and say they love supporting the local community. Their friendly team has more than 30 years' experience among them and can work on almost any electrical or air conditioning issue. ''Anything with a button, switch or light, we can fix. What many people don't realise is that a lot of common car faults are electrical, from battery issues to central locking,'' Mrs Walker says. ''If lights are showing up on your dashboard or your vehicle is taking too long to start, it is probably an electrical fault.'' Quickstart Auto Electrical and Air Conditioning can supply and install alarms or stereos to your specifications. The team is passionate about their industry and use the latest scanning tools to diagnose any problems. They keep up to date with all the new car models and have a knack for dealing with modern technology. Mrs Walker says they can work on anything from buses, trucks, agricultural equipment and more. They can also install GPS tracking systems and CCTV cameras on individual vehicles or fleet services. During the cold winter months, people rely on air-conditioning to heat their car and defog the windows. Mrs Walker says they are one of the few companies in Upper Hutt which specialises in this field. ''We provide a full range of air conditioning services from gas top-ups to changing compressors and repairing faults.'' Give way changes get priority signal CONTINUED Page 19 The Motor Trade Association has welcomed consultation on the proposed changes to the give way rules, including the right-hand rule. The changes are signalled as a priority in the Government's 10-year ''Safer Journeys'' road safety strategy, and will apply to the left turn, right turn give way rule and the T-intersection rule. MTA spokeswoman Ana Zandi said the proposed rule changes were logical, and would give more certainty to drivers in what has been a problem area on New Zealand's roads for too long. ''We regularly hear from our members who repair vehicles that have been involved in an accident that occurred at an intersection,'' Ms Zandi said. ''A common theme we hear from many, is that one and sometimes both drivers involved in the accident weren't really sure about who had right of way. ''This feedback signals to us that this change is well overdue.'' It is almost 35 years since the current rules were introduced.
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