Over the course of each month, our Kashy mobile mechanics will get hundreds of quote requests for everything from a car that won’t start all the way through to engines that need replacing. Though we're flattered that so many people are interested in our service, being a mobile mechanic also means there’s some limitations to what we’re able to do well on site.
Surprisingly, what we can fix on site as mobile mechanics doesn’t always relate to the part but instead to the car that needs fixing. For example, the rear shock absorbers on a Commodore might only need 2 bolts to be removed but the same job on a Honda might need the rear suspension strut to be removed.
While this means it’s a little hazy to know exactly what we can and can’t do on site, our Kashy mobile mechanics are usually happy to repair most things up till taking engines and gearbox’s out from the convenience of your home or work. In fact (to date) our mobile mechanics have fixed alternators, driveshafts, wheel bearings, steering arms, battery’s and much more.
From some of our research, we have heard of other mobile mechanics attempting to fix a lot larger (and more difficult) things on site (such as cylinder heads and differentials) but, one of the things that we really strive for is satisfying the vehicle owners we serve.
This means that it sometimes just makes more sense for us to refer our users to a workshop.
Our Kashy mobile mechanics have done a lot of work over the last few years and have found a number of workshops that we’re happy to work with for larger jobs, meaning there’s always some way we can help.
If you have any questions about this blog post, would like a second opinion from a mechanic or would like to find an honest mechanic in Brisbane, check out Kashy here.