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RWC Euro Cars

Roadworthy Certificate in melbourne for european cars incl. Mercedes Benz, BMW, Audi, VW, and more.

img-4 C&S Service Centre are the European vehicle roadworthy experts located in the Northern Melbourne suburb, Preston. We have four highly trained technicians, each with many years experience working on Euro cars, and two of whom are also licensed VicRoads accredited vehicle tester’s,

This means we are able to provide an accurate assessment of the vehicle condition and provide you with a Roadworthy Certificate when you are buying or selling a vehicle. You will also require a RWC if you are registering a car or attaching Heritage plates to your vehicle upon joining a car club. (Club Reg.)

*Inspections start at just $175.00. If the vehicle passes, you will receive the certificate the same day! If further work is required in order for the vehicle to pass, then the customer may elect to have the vehicle repaired by us at an extra cost, or they may have the [...]

Workshop news!

C&S Workshop and used car news

It’s been a while since our last blog as we have unfortunately had some minor issues with the website that we’ve finally managed to overcome.

If you follow our Facebook page, you’d still be up to speed with how busy it’s been for the boys in the workshop and also with the car sales.

With the recent addition of becoming an aftermarket warranty agent for “Integrity Extended Warranties”, we have seen a big rise in vehicle sales and also a rise in recommendations from satisfied customers. Thanks to all for the continuing support.

Having your mind at ease when buying a used car is definitely a plus which is why we’ve teamed up with Integrity, in order to give our customers a great deal on their next car along with an amazing [...]

What it’s like being a mechanic.

And the difficulties of owning a business.

Ever wondered what it’s like to be a mechanic? How about a mechanic that runs his/her own workshop, a busy workshop, with a continuous and steady flow of jobs?

Well to put it plainly, while it is a great feeling of achievement to own your own workshop and a business, it’s a never ending amount of hard work, commitment, skill, learning and at times extremely stressful. Believe it or not, we’re not even talking about the physical aspect of actually being a mechanic or repairing cars yet. That’s right, being a Mechanic, or Technician as we are more commonly referred to as these days, is a tough job. Running a small business successfully is even harder. For those of you who aren’t familiar, let’s start with a few examples of whats involved in owning and managing [...]

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