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🙌Our #local community is very important to us, and we are very #grateful for this appreciation Certificate from Onehunga Kindergarten 😍 ... See MoreSee Less

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🤭Did you know that we offer Pet Friendly #loanvehicles 😍

Thank you Tash from Tash Dog Walking Services for trusting Mayne with your #vehicle needs 🙌
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😁Yup we do #rustrepair too!

We hope everyone had a great Queens Birthday #weekend 😍

Our#tools and team are ready to help you this coming week!

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🧐Going Away This Long Weekend?

Before you do, you might want to conduct that car repair that you’ve been neglecting.

If there are issues with the car, you’ll be taking on you trip this holiday, you could be putting yourself and your friends and family in danger.

Check out some of these tips for keeping your car repaired and up-to-date before you climb in the car for any vacations this holiday season.

1. You don’t want your brakes failing on the drive home.
- Brakes are something that people often neglect – either because they’re one of the more expensive regular maintenance items on a car, or you’re just not good at timing when it’s time to get them checked.

- Failed brakes are one of the scariest failures to experience on a car. If you’re driving back and forth between the homes of friends and families this year, consider car repair that includes a brake update.

2. Topping off fluids before a trip can prevent larger repair needs.
- No matter when the last time was that you fixed your car, you should always top off all of your fluids before you get in your car for long drives. This will make sure the inside of your car is properly lubricated for the drive and that everything is working properly.

3. Getting new tyres will keep you safe.
- If you haven’t changed your tyres in a while, you should do so right before any holiday trips. Old tyres are not good in the summer weather and can cause you lose control when you don’t expect it to.

4. Change your air filter before you go.
- An easy fix that is often updated during an oil change or other routine maintenance – change your air filter before you hit the road this holiday. This will ensure that your car breathes the way that it’s supposed to and can prevent larger problems you may have on the road.

5. Overall car check-ups ensure that you and your family are safe.
- Simply checking out your car or taking it to a mechanic before your trip this holiday season will ensure that everything is in working order and will help you keep those traveling with you safe.
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🧐Going Away This Long Weekend?  Before you do, you might want to conduct that car repair that you’ve been neglecting.  If there are issues with the car, you’ll be taking on you trip this holiday, you could be putting yourself and your friends and family in danger.  Check out some of these tips for keeping your car repaired and up-to-date before you climb in the car for any vacations this holiday season.  1. You don’t want your brakes failing on the drive home.
- Brakes are something that people often neglect – either because they’re one of the more expensive regular maintenance items on a car, or you’re just not good at timing when it’s time to get them checked.  - Failed brakes are one of the scariest failures to experience on a car. If you’re driving back and forth between the homes of friends and families this year, consider car repair that includes a brake update.  2. Topping off fluids before a trip can prevent larger repair needs.
- No matter when the last time was that you fixed your car, you should always top off all of your fluids before you get in your car for long drives. This will make sure the inside of your car is properly lubricated for the drive and that everything is working properly.  3. Getting new tyres will keep you safe.
- If you haven’t changed your tyres in a while, you should do so right before any holiday trips. Old tyres are not good in the summer weather and can cause you lose control when you don’t expect it to.  4. Change your air filter before you go.
- An easy fix that is often updated during an oil change or other routine maintenance – change your air filter before you hit the road this holiday. This will ensure that your car breathes the way that it’s supposed to and can prevent larger problems you may have on the road.  5. Overall car check-ups ensure that you and your family are safe.
- Simply checking out your car or taking it to a mechanic before your trip this holiday season will ensure that everything is in working order and will help you keep those traveling with you safe.Image attachment

We are going to enjoy this long-weekend #queensbirthday 😍

Our team will be taking a well deserved break😁

So, book your car in before the long-weekend and make sure you vehicle is safe and sound before you take the family away 🙌
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We are going to enjoy this long-weekend #queensbirthday 😍  Our team will be taking a well deserved break😁  So, book your car in before the long-weekend and make sure you vehicle is safe and sound before you take the family away 🙌

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Yay a long weekend for everyone

😅Not Driven You Car In A Long Time?

🧐Here are some problems that could have developed with you realising it.

If you haven’t started and run your car for a decent amount of time you may find you have a flat battery, If you have had that battery for a while you might even find you’ll need to replace that battery

🤔NOISY BRAKES
If you start to drive your car and you hear a grinding noise when braking it could be a build-up of rust on you brake rotors, it’s best to get it checked out as soon as you can.

🙃LOW TYRE PRESSURES
For extended periods where your car hasn’t been driven you might find you have lost some of your tyre pressure, its best to get it to the service station and get them topped up to avoid any unsafe driving or excessive tyre wear.

😕PRE-EXSISTING ISSUES
If you had any pre-existing issues before the lockdown e.g. oil leaks, Coolant leaks etc. There has been an extended period where these issues have continued, and you have not been able to keep an eye on them. Make sure you check your oil, coolant, brake, clutch, power steering and transmission (if possible) fluids before starting your vehicle.

😟NEW ISSUES
Your car may have developed an issue while it has been sitting around, this is why it is important to check all of your levels and do a visual check of the vehicle.

When you start the vehicle make sure you check for any lights on the dash that may come up, let the vehicle idle for a minute or two and do a quick visual check of the engine bay and underneath the vehicle and make sure there are no leaks and everything is doing what it should be.

If the car is not quite running properly or you notice any issues, then get it checked out straight away by your friendly mechanic.

☎️Call us – or drive by today!

www.mayneauotmotive.co.nz
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😅Not Driven You Car In A Long Time?  🧐Here are some problems that could have developed with you realising it.  If you haven’t started and run your car for a decent amount of time you may find you have a flat battery, If you have had that battery for a while you might even find you’ll need to replace that battery  🤔NOISY BRAKES
If you start to drive your car and you hear a grinding noise when braking it could be a build-up of rust on you brake rotors, it’s best to get it checked out as soon as you can.  🙃LOW TYRE PRESSURES
For extended periods where your car hasn’t been driven you might find you have lost some of your tyre pressure, its best to get it to the service station and get them topped up to avoid any unsafe driving or excessive tyre wear.  😕PRE-EXSISTING ISSUES
If you had any pre-existing issues before the lockdown e.g. oil leaks, Coolant leaks etc. There has been an extended period where these issues have continued, and you have not been able to keep an eye on them. Make sure you check your oil, coolant, brake, clutch, power steering and transmission (if possible) fluids before starting your vehicle.  😟NEW ISSUES
Your car may have developed an issue while it has been sitting around, this is why it is important to check all of your levels and do a visual check of the vehicle.  When you start the vehicle make sure you check for any lights on the dash that may come up, let the vehicle idle for a minute or two and do a quick visual check of the engine bay and underneath the vehicle and make sure there are no leaks and everything is doing what it should be.  If the car is not quite running properly or you notice any issues, then get it checked out straight away by your friendly mechanic.  ☎️Call us – or drive by today!  www.mayneauotmotive.co.nz

Mayne Automotive Opens at 7 AM 6-Days a #week for our #EarlyBird clients ✅

Have an amazing week ahead team ❤
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TESTIMONIALS

Thanks again to the Mayne Automotive team, who again provided excellent service. The guys called with an update on what needed to be done and provided a quote for the work. The car was ready early, and I appreciated the full car wash and vacuum! It is so handy having the Mayne's team available on a Sunday, and they always go out of their way to fit you in promptly and get the job done!

Debbie Bint

My beloved mini showed up an unusual error right before Xmas - I had to juggle barges and friends to get her to Onehunga and they persevered with the diagnostics til it was sorted and I was able to bring her home - my timeframes were tight, they were always pleasant and helpful and I was so grateful - highly recommended 🙂

Megan Yates

Doreen and the team went above and beyond in working with VTNZ to get our vehicles warranted and brought up to NZ standards. Their work was fast and efficient and we were kept up to date with each major piece of work. They worked hard to fit with our own deadlines and we can't speak highly enough of them. Very supportive and a great team.

Annabel Taylor

What a fantastic job these guys did. Open on weekends and early. I didn't quite pass my WoF on my new vehicle they got me in the same day did all the work + some more I asked for. Then redid my WoF for me before I came so it saved me a trip to do that myself. Their price quoted was right on the money. Can't recommend then enough!

Doug Johnson

First-time customer but highly impressed especially with the customer support provided by Brad. He took the ownership of the job, completed the job and handed over the vehicle to me. Fast and excellent service provided including other comforts during my stay. The technical staff looks confident, pleasant & did their job with a sense of responsibility. Charge for the job is reasonable.

As a first time customer, I`m fully satisfied and recommend to anyone who seeks a good facility for mechanical repairs and WOF certification. Thank you very much.!

Dayalal Dearson

First time user ... will be back! Great service. On the way to work my car was making strange noises. I stopped off as just around the corner from work. They were so helpful and caring. Fixed the car during the day and even washed and vacuumed for me. Thank you.

Natasha Loulanting

I have used Mayne Automotive for many years and have found them excellent to deal with. Friendly staff and great communication. Being open all weekend is a great plus and also courtesy cars available when needed.

Helen Carruthers

Absolutely fantastic mechanic! Brad provided wonderful customer service & explained what was needed and why in an informative but non-patronising way. Will definitely come here again. Thank you!

Fiona Witt

Love Mayne Automotive! I love that everything is explained and I am given autonomy over what gets done and when. The owners are fully involved with the business and add a personal touch to everything! I highly recommend this business! Honest, thorough, well priced.

Di Raynes

I have to say these guys are the best mechanics I've found in Auckland. They are fast and good value. We use them for our WOF and they do all the repairs needed to pass.

Cathie Avery
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