Greater Sydney COVID-19 lockdown

Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Wollongong has entered a COVID-19 lockdown


If you can answer yes to one of the questions below, you can continue with your booking


  1. Are you an essential service or critical service employee?
  2. Is the service you require a breakdown or emergency repair?
  3. Is this something that is a matter of safety and you believe it cannot wait until restrictions ease?
  4. My address is not located in Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Wollongong


If you feel there are extenuating circumstances with your booking or need further assistance please call 13 30 32 for help as to whether we can be of service to you.

Perth and Peel COVID-19 lock down

Perth and Peel have entered a minimum 4-day lockdown from 12:01am, Tuesday 29 June 2021 until 12.01am, Saturday 3 July, 2021

For more information, please visit https://www.wa.gov.au/government/announcements/4-day-lockdown-introduced-perth-and-peel


If you can answer yes to one of the questions below, you can continue with your booking


  1. Are you an essential service or critical service employee? (Essential service employees list can be found here.)
  2. Is the service you require a breakdown or emergency repair?
  3. Is this something that is a matter of safety and you believe it cannot wait until restrictions ease?


If you feel there are extenuating circumstances with your booking or need further assistance please call 13 30 32 for help as to whether we can be of service to you.

South East Queensland, Townsville and Palm Island COVID-19 lock down

South East Queensland, Townsville and Palm Island is entering a lockdown from 6pm, Tuesday 29 June 2021 for 3 days.

For more information, please visit https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/restrictions-in-qld-update


If you can answer yes to one of the questions below, you can continue with your booking


  1. Are you an essential service or critical service employee? (Essential service employees list can be found here.)
  2. Is the service you require a breakdown or emergency repair?
  3. Is this something that is a matter of safety and you believe it cannot wait until restrictions ease?


If you feel there are extenuating circumstances with your booking or need further assistance please call 13 30 32 for help as to whether we can be of service to you.

South Australia COVID-19 lockdown

South Australia has entered a COVID-19 lockdown.


If you can answer yes to one of the questions below, you can continue with your booking


  1. Are you an essential service or critical service employee?
  2. Is the service you require a breakdown or emergency repair?
  3. Is this something that is a matter of safety and you believe it cannot wait until restrictions ease?


If you feel there are extenuating circumstances with your booking or need further assistance please call 13 30 32 for help as to whether we can be of service to you.

Melbourne COVID-19 lockdown

Melbourne has entered a COVID-19 lockdown.


If you can answer yes to one of the questions below, you can continue with your booking


  1. Are you an essential service or critical service employee?
  2. Is the service you require a breakdown or emergency repair?
  3. Is this something that is a matter of safety and you believe it cannot wait until restrictions ease?


If you feel there are extenuating circumstances with your booking or need further assistance please call 13 30 32 for help as to whether we can be of service to you.

Lube Mobile Hygiene Practices When Servicing Customers Vehicles

There is evidence that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads from person to person, some reports suggest the virus can last for several days on surfaces including plastics found in vehicles.


Good hygiene can prevent infection from coronavirus as well as the common cold and flu.


With this in mind we wish to share with you what practices Lube Mobile have put in place to ensure the safety of our Customers and of our staff.


Prior to working inside a vehicle, the Lube Mobile technician will use the following procedure;


  1. The technician will check with you whether you have been overseas and ordered to comply with a self-isolation order.

  2. Disinfect car. 

  3. Disinfect hands. 

  4. Where possible avoid switching on HAVAC system (air conditioning / heater control). 


Disinfect Car

  1. Disinfect outside door handle prior to entering the vehicle. 

  2. Spray or wipe all relevant areas inside the vehicle. 

  3. Allow disinfectant to sit for up to 10mins to dry by airing out the vehicle. 

  4. Conduct works inside the vehicle.

  5. When the work is finished we will give the vehicle a final spray or wipe prior to returning the vehicle to you (including outside door handle). 


Parts of the Vehicle to be Disinfected

  1. Door handle (outside first then inside). 

  2. Steering wheel. 

  3. Radio and other control buttons and indicators. 

  4. Seat belt. 

  5. Any other areas we may need to touch when working inside the vehicle (i.e. glove box handles, drink holders, dashboard, hand brake and gears etc.) 


Disinfect Hands

  1. We will use hand sanitiser or washing of hands prior to entering the vehicle. 

  2. After completing the work we will Sanitise our hands thoroughly and close the door to the vehicle. 


Payment and Invoicing

  1. No Cash payments. Our strong preference is payment by card via the tap and go facility. 

  2. Printing of invoices and quotes will cease and we will instead email them to you. 


Should you have any queries regarding our Coronavirus (Covid-19) procedures, or any other matter please do not hesitate in contacting us on 13 30 32.


Motor Industry Memberships

Lube Mobile, The Mobile Mechanics are members of the major motor industry associations around Australia.

NSW

  • Motor Vehicle Repairer Licence MVRL 18787

    NSW Fair Trading is responsible for the regulation of the motor vehicle repair industry in New South Wales through the Motor Dealers and Repairers Act 2013. It does this through the licensing of motor vehicle repair businesses and the certification of tradespeople working in those businesses. It also promotes improvements in the standard of motor vehicle repair work and assists motor vehicle owners and repairers to settle disputes over the cost or quality of repairs.

    http://www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au/
  • MTA

    Motor Traders' Association of New South Wales is an employer’s association specifically for businesses in the motor industry and currently has over 6,000 Members across New South Wales. The Association’s aim is to help the motor industry and it does this by assisting in the daily running of Member’s businesses through advice and services and also by lobbying to ensure a long and viable future for the industry

    http://www.mtansw.com.au/

QLD

  • MTAQ

    The MTA Queensland is a Professional Industry Body comprising over 2500 members' businesses throughout Queensland, Australia. The MTA-Q represents the hub of the Motor Trade and allied industries in Queensland.

    http://www.mtaq.com.au/

SA

  • MTASA

    Motor Trade Association of SA website. The MTA has represented the local motor trade industry for over 80 years. We provide specialist information services for members, negotiate new award agreements with unions, lobby governments on legislative changes and threats to business... and much, much more

    http://www.mta-sa.asn.au/

VIC

  • VACC

    As a non-profit employer association conducted along business lines, VACC's mission is to enhance and promote the legitimate business interests of members in a fair marketplace and to continuously strive for the betterment of the industry.

    http://www.vacc.com.au/

WA

  • MTAWA

    The purpose of the Motor Trade Association of Western Australia (Inc.) is to provide leadership for the Motor Industry and valued service to our members so they achieve sustained success.

    http://www.mtawa.com.au/