WoF expiring? Urgent repairs? Find out what to do about car repairs during lockdown Level 4.

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While most of us won’t be using our cars during the current COVID lockdown (except for the odd trip to the supermarket), you may be wondering what to do if your warrant of fitness expires or your car breaks down during this time. The answer isn’t the same for everyone. Essential workers If you are […]

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You can now book AA Auto Centres around NZ with My Auto Shop

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Customers around NZ are now able to get the easy benefits of booking online, with transparent pricing and easy pick up & drop off options, at their local AA Auto Centre. Simply jump on the My Auto Shop website, enter your car details and look for the AA Auto Centre near you. You can get […]

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Can you get your car serviced or repaired in Auckland during Level 3 lockdown?

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At My Auto Shop, we have a true focus on helping people get better care for their cars, and New Zealand car owners trust us to provide the very best car servicing & repairs experiences. So, during Level 3, we want to provide an even safer and more convenient experience for New Zealand drivers, by […]

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Car Subscriptions have become a hot topic. Is the juice worth the squeeze?

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Until recently I hadn’t considered the true cost of owning, maintaining, insuring and fuelling my car, and whether or not it represented good value for the amount of use I got from it. Then I heard about monthly vehicle subscriptions. So, what are they and will they save me any money? And in a COVID […]

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What you need to know to keep your vehicle compliant during Alert Level 3.

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After an extended period at level 4 lockdown, NZ vehicles will be starting to get some more attention next week as over 400,000 kiwis head back to work. Many of these cars might need some love or documentation updated. Fortunately, the government has moved to ensure there isn’t chaos for mechanics and testing stations on […]

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The scary reason we’re never driving through the Waikato again

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Not long ago, I was sitting on a small regional plane beside a person who was scared of flying. I found myself spouting the classic, pretty painful cliche line that any semi-analytical dad might be caught saying before taking off: “What’s there to worry about? Statistically, you’re more likely to be in a car crash […]

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