Warrant of Fitness - WOF

Does your car have a current warrant of fitness (WOF)? If you're in South Auckland and your WOF's expiring, give us a call or come to the yard. Your WOF inspection is a good way of making absolutely sure your vehicle is compliant. Many drivers get caught out by WOF requirements for minor issues that could have been fixed simply by getting a service. 

Families KEEPING FAMILIES Safe - Promotion - Code 102037

When you get in touch, mention our Families Safety First promo (mention this code: 102037) and get a free 12-point safety check valued at $65.

The check includes the following assessments:

  1. Engine oil
  2. ATF transmission oil
  3. Wiper blades
  4. Battery test
  5. Front and rear brake test
  6. Front and rear shock absorber
  7. Front and rear wheel bearing
  8. Bushes
  9. Ball joints
  10. Cooling system
  11. Exhaust system
  12. Seat belts 

Important: If you’re not sure whether you need a WOF, ask us. It’s best to be on the safe side and make sure your WOF is current and clearly labelled.

You can fix any car problems and make sure you don’t void your current WOF, too. 

Remember: Big problems with cars start as small problems. A trivial issue with your car could turn into big trouble on the road, and big off-road costs, if it’s not fixed.