Unit 2/6 Green Street Revesby 2212 NSW

1300 817 435


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Monday-Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
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Unit 2/6 Green Street Revesby 2212 NSW


LPG World

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Over 25 Years Of Quality Auto Service

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Our Pricing Plans
Fixed price car servicing packages

We Repair All Makes of Automobiles

We work with all makes and models of vehicles

Auto Maintenance FAQs

How often should I get my oil changed?
For a long time and sometimes still today, standard practice at many lube shops is to suggest oil changes every 6 months or 10,000 KMS. In order to know when the best time to get your oil changed is, check the owner’s manual of your specific model for manufacturer-recommended intervals.
Should I worry about losing my new car warranty ?
While car dealers may try to make you believe otherwise, you don't have to take your car back to the dealer for servicing The ACCC is clear on the point - any qualified mechanic can service your car and fill out the log book as long as they're using quality parts Going to an independent servicing and repair shop will not affect your car warranty
Do I need to charge my battery after I jump-start my vehicle?
In order to fix a dead battery that is still carrying a good amount of voltage, driving around might be all you need to do. As we said before, the alternator will recharge the battery while your car is in motion. In order for this to work as well as possible, you should refrain from using any features in the car that require power from the battery: air conditioning, radio, TV, etc. Driving around for just half an hour can bump up the voltage in your battery to a safely functional amount.
How do I know when I need new brakes?
1. Squeaking or Squealing Coming From Brakes 2. Grinding Sound When Braking 3. Vibration When Braking 4. Taking Longer To Stop 5. Brake Pad Indicator Light Comes On 6. Your Brake Pads Appear To Be Thin
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