Mechanic Damian tackles all car repairs

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LOCATED on Townsville Street, Latin Motors owner Damian Jones has all car owners covered, no matter how minor or major their car repairs are.

The family-owned, long-established workshop opened its doors in 1979 and specialises in European makes and models.

But, Damian says the repair centre is equipped with professional-grade auto-repair tools and equipment, which enables Latin Motors to service all vehicle makes and models.

“We always put our customers first, making sure they are notified and assured if there is any extra work found on their car,” he says.

Damian, who did an apprenticeship in European cars, says he appreciates their fine engineering.

“I am factory-trained in Audi and SAAB and have more than 13 years of experience in all European vehicles,” he says.

“I pride myself on providing and delivering reliable, honest and efficient customer service and information to my customers, notifying of any additional work required prior to it being carried out.”

And, Damian says, when it comes to Latin Motors, customers can feel comfortable knowing they’ll be liaising directly with the mechanic who is working on their vehicle.

“It creates a directness between me and the customers. I am able to provide a personalised service,” he says.

Latin Motors, 56 Townsville Street, Fyshwick. Call 6280 5586 or visit latinmotors.com.au

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