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Rockhampton Car Service
Your local Rockhampton car service Robo's MotorWorks repairs all vehicle makes and models, new and old.
Located on corner of North and Campbell Streets, we are a Full Suspension Specialist and provide expert Shock Absorber and Suspension maintenance. Come in for a free Vehicle Inspection Report and a free Suspension Check. We provide great service with great prices. Call us now or book a service online!
Robo's Motorworks care about the environment and have ARC Tick Authorisation (AU44604) to reliably and responsibly conduct automotive air conditioning service in and around Rockhampton. The ARC Tick of approval helps ensure technicians have the skills and knowledge to correctly undertake service and repairs of refrigerated air conditioning to minimise environmental impact. Find out more about car air conditioning here and book a service now.
Our fully qualified log book servicing ensures your car is in safe hands, and we provide quality car service and repairs on all models... including four wheel drive and Diesel vehicles.
Car Services in Rockhampton
• Car Air Conditioning
Regular Car Servicing
To keep your car working at it's peak condition at all times, make sure to regularly visit your car service. Professional diagnostic and experienced mechanics will often direct your attention to things otherwise unnoticed, saving you costly repairs in case of breakdown. As a moving mechanical vehicle, your car has parts that wear down during normal using conditions - brakes, ball joints, wheel bearings, suspension... If suspicious items are not treated in a timely manner, further expluatation can deteriorate the car part from what could have been a simple and easy fix into a costly repair several times more expensive.
Next Generation of Mechanics
Acknowledging that vocational education prepares students for further training and employment, the Australian Vocational Student Prize promotes the value of gaining vocational skills while at school. Giving national recognition to achievements in vocational training completed in secondary education, the Australian Vocational Student Prize has been awarded to Robo's Motorworks apprentice mechanic Ethan Brewster.
While still attending Year 11, Ethan joined the Rockhampton car service in 2010 as a light vehicle mechanical apprentice and has been repairing vehicles ever since. Ethan enjoys the opportunity of realising his childhood dream - getting to know what's inside a vehicle that makes it move. Today Ethan is thrilled to work on cars daily and fixing everything and anything mechanical.
Receiving national recognition for his hard work motivates Ethan even more on his mechanic journey as he is putting the $2000 prize towards further education. The Rockhampton car service workshop manager Peter Robinson is delighted in Ethans progress, as Ethan had shown great passion for the trade since day one and has only improved since.
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