How to Find a New Mechanic After Moving House

You've just made the big move. You're settling in to your new house. You're finding your way around, but your beloved car needs a service. How do you find where to take it?

Once you've moved house, whether it's a move interstate or across to the other side of town, you'll need to set about finding trusted providers for all of those services you need: a new barber, a new favourite cafe, and a new mechanic you can trust.

Particularly if you're driving a European vehicle like a Mercedes, Porsche, Audi or BMW, you'll want to make sure that the mechanic you choose is someone you can trust to take care of your car. 

Liqui-Moly Australia has assembled a nationwide network of respected European specialist workshops outside the dealer network that delivers unrivalled service quality and convenience. European vehicles require unique servicing and maintenance programs along with specific repair procedures which cannot be trusted to a general mechanic. Each European vehicle is a world leader when it comes to innovative and highly-complex cutting-edge technologies. This is a significant issue once your European vehicle is out of warranty, as natural wear and tear can begin to dramatically inflate ongoing maintenance costs.

All of the specialist mechanics on the Liqui-Moly network can be found on the Euromechanica workshop locator. Regardless of where you are, you can be sure that these workshops have passed the highest standard in order to be apart of Euromechanica. You can see a list of their member mechanics in your location listed by car make below:

 

So, once you've made your big move, check out Euromechanica to find a mechanic who can service your vehicle.

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