Essential transport services COF and WOF in Covid19 shutdown

Covid19 – Keeping Kiwi’s Safe

14 May Update:

All branches are open and fully operational. Welcome back!  Level 2 hygiene and distancing practices are in place, including online contact tracing systems and additional facilities cleaning.

We have full services operating, including WOF, COF, Vehicle Registration, Compliance, Entry Certification and basic Servicing.

Our “Keeping Kiwi’s Safe” video here lets you know what you can expect under Level2 conditions. Please follow the instructions of our team members 🙂

We are committed to supporting the health, safety and wellbeing of all our customers and team members.

To keep you, your family and our staff safe we are doing the following:

Do not visit if you have any cold symptoms or have been overseas or in isolation. 

Increased sanitisation of all touch surfaces – door handles, eftpos pads, the front counter, reception chairs and any frequently touched surface.

Removal of magazines, and cleaning of pens.

Social distancing practices. Team members and customers are encouraged to use social distancing practices. Ideally, we are trying to keep a recommended distance of 2m between people to reduce the potential of contamination.

Responsible coughing. We know that we all have a cough sometime. If that happens to a team member, you’ll see them use their elbow as per recommendations on good coughing etiquette. We’ve also instructed staff that if they feel unwell then they should stay away from work.

We need your support to keep our branches safe.

  • Please maintain a 2m distance from staff and other customers.
  • One peron at a time at Reception counter.
  • Please present your vehicle in a clean and tidy condition, with the seatbelts exposed.

We ask that you do not visit us if:

  • You have returned from overseas in the last 14 days
  • Been in contact with someone with a suspected or confirmed case of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • You have flu symptoms or feel unwell

Take care of yourself, and your family and check in on those around you.

Kia Kaha, and take care in these changing times.

Greg Ranson