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Re: COVID – 19 VIRUS Dear Customers Mechanix is deemed to be an essential service. We provide servicing to vehicles involved in the provision of critical services supplying directly to hospitals & health care industry. Also, people & families need cars to travel to supermarkets, their GP, pharmacy or hospital. Accordingly we will be remaining open until Government advice changes. It is however important that we keep our staff safe in these challenging times. Mechanix has instituted strict protocols for public interaction, staff conduct and social distancing. If your vehicle needs are not urgent, please postpone any visit to the workshop. General servicing can wait, please call only for repair work. You should only contact us if you really need your car and/or you fulfil an essential role in keeping the country going, eg nurse, rescue services etc. We will most likely be operating reduced hours over the next few weeks.

CUSTOMERS • PLEASE KEEP YOUR DISTANCE – Maintain 2 mtr separation • AVOID CONTACT – Please place your keys on the counter or leave in your vehicle (window down) • MINIMISE SOCIAL INTERACTION – We don’t mean to be rude, but if we seem in a hurry, or pre-occupied, it is just us trying to do everything right and keep everyone safe! • IGNORE THE SMELL – We will most likely give parts of your vehicle a quick wipe down.

Thank you from The Mechanix Team

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We are now OPEN LATE THURSDAY. To help for those fighting the traffic use our secure drop box for your keys.

WOF Inspections

As you are probably aware, WOF inspection requirements have changed. As per the NZTA website:

From 1 July 2014, vehicles first registered anywhere in the world on or after 1 January 2000 will move to annual WoF inspections for their lifetime.

For new vehicles, after an initial inspection, another WoF inspection won't be required until the 3rd anniversary of their first registration.

At Mechanix, we recommend that you do not make it a year or two between visits. There are still many things that can, and often do, wear out on your car. Tyres are a good example. If your wheels are even slightly out of alignment, you can easily chew the edges of your tyres and reduce their ability to help you stop safely. Please do keep an eye on your tyres, or just call in and see us if you have any concerns. A quick tyre inspection can take just a couple of minutes and we won't charge you anything for that!

Other small things like wiper blades and headlight bulbs can often be overlooked or forgotten, when it is actually a very simple and minor job to sort out. Equally, there are things within your vehicle that you won't notice, but were previously picked up by a WOF inspection, eg suspension issues, which again, can have a significant impact on your ability to stop!

Most accidents are of course caused by failure to stop your car in time, so good tyres, good suspension and effective brakes are vital.

Bottom line, if you are getting your vehicle checked and serviced regularly, then we should pick up on most things that could cause you problems. So don't be a stranger, make sure we can keep an eye on your car and help to keep you safe on the roads.


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1096 Great North Rd.

Pt. Chevalier, Auckland.

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 8am - 5pm, late night Thursday

We are usually there just before 8am, but otherwise just park your car and use the secure drop box so you can get away early!

Ph 845-2244 [For Urgent Contact - Mobile] 021 498 839

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About Us

Our Mission: "To be the best we can in all that we do."

It's that simple.

The team at Mechanix are here to look after you. We guarantee everything we do 100% and will do whatever it takes to get the job done properly.

Mechanix is proud to be a member of Auto Super Shoppes, a nationwide organisation that offers a higher level of expertise and commitment to looking after your automotive needs. As an Auto Super Shoppe member, you are guaranteed the highest level of service. (See

paulnPaul Nielson

Workshop Manager. Director. Chief. Head Honcho. El Kapitan. Or simply, the lead dog! Paul has owned and operated his own workshop for the past 15 years. Prior to that he managed various workshops in the Auckland area. His early career included time in the parts business so he knows where to source the best parts at the very best prices! Paul may not look like James Bond, (you noticed huh?), but he is darn good at what he does. His passion for vehicles extends to his spare time where he finds great delight in screaming along tiny gravel roads in a rally car. (Call it a 'Licence to Thrill' perhaps?) Married to the lovely Carolyn, with son Matthew and now young baby brother Craig also in the mix! Sleep? Who needs it huh? They are good boys in reality, well behaved and fine looking young lads.. (must be mum's genes? You be the judge!)

John John

John is a very experienced and senior mechanic with many years in the trade. He brings a strong work ethic and good diagnostic skills to complement the team. Not one to blow his own trumpet, John is a quiet performer who delivers the goods over and over and can always be relied upon to step up when the going gets tough. Thanks John, always appreciated!

When we untie his shackles and let him have his life back, John enjoys riding quad bikes or spending time with his son. John has such an easy going manner we think he must take out his aggression on the quad bikes - as long as he takes care cos those things can be dangerous!


Paul Robinson

The 'non-mechanic' in the team. Paul has owned and operated workshops for the past 20 years in West Auckland. He is the poor schmuck who has to deal with the mass of paperwork generated by the hard working mechanics. When not stuck behind the desk he escapes to his other job, flying a rescue helicopter down at Mechanics Bay. Kind of lets him keep an eye on things from above... To keep with the 'kids theme', Paul has twin girls who are growing up too quickly. And of course, we should mention his wife Angela who gets to help with the cleaning when not working as a nurse at Auckland Hospital. (Her patients make less mess than the 4 grubby mechanics...)

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