Wobbler wrote:I use vtnz and I am pleased with the service, I suspect joe bumfuck mechanic would demand various things are fixed
thorg wrote:$20slimdog wrote:Whats the difference between a $30 and a $50 WOF?
pushbikerider wrote:Slim wrote:that is because company cars are generally well looked after and not cocked about with.
Yes that is normally the case, but still, why be any less detail oriented with one versus the other?
speeding_ant wrote:If you've got a motorbike, VTNZ is actually the best way to go. You cruise through...
nzmja wrote:speeding_ant wrote:If you've got a motorbike, VTNZ is actually the best way to go. You cruise through...
I took my bike for WOF's at AA 3 times, from memory, before I sold it.
The inspection consisted of lights, bearings and tire tread.
Didn't check headset, suspension, battery mount a lots of other things you would expect them to check.
I was surprised at the lax attitude with the bike. Might have been a lot more thorough with a bike mechanic but as people have said, probably cost more in the end with minor remedials etc.
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