Compliance Workshops

Discussion in 'General Technical Discussion' started by takumi, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. takumi

    takumi Guest

    I remember some time back that someone sent my their Compliance costs which were above the set $3,000. I got my car Complianced in 6 days and it was the set fee only ... That was through Automotive Imports in QLD, so if u want it done fast and at only the $3,000 try them ...
     
  2. snickells

    snickells I was driving a VR4 when your mum was still hot Lifetime Member

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    Cheers Paul, just the info we need mate. Now if only that damn boat would hurry up.
     
  3. jmo

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    Mine was $3,200 i think, they added a little bit more for battery, fuel and a few other things, i'm not to sure how much of a choice the import brockers give you?
     
  4. takumi

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    Can some of ur current owners post the costs additional to the compliance, like how much the imobiliser cost, just so people get an idea of the full costings ...
     
  5. jmo

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    Just had a look at my paper work and it was a little bit more

    Compliance of car $3000
    Ozone Levey $55
    Fuel $11
    Tires $448.80
    Battery $80.30

    Total of $3595.10

    Was tires included in your price?
     
  6. takumi

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    nope tyres are always Seperate ...
     
  7. naughtika

    naughtika OzVR4 Stalker Moderator Trader

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    dunno how much my car's compliance was.. got my car as 'drive away' :D
     
  8. Peter_D

    Peter_D Leaving Skid Marks

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    On the way home from work this evening I stopped in at "The House Of Auto Styling" in Capalaba, they have a Series 1 Galant (trigger mauve) for sale. Whilst there I asked who they use for compliancing of there vehicles. More specifically who they use for VR4's. Barry, who's the owner, informed me that they can do it themselves. I asked if they have access to compliance plates and if they are authorised to carry out ADR compliancing. Yes I know I repeated myself, but I wanted to be sure that he understood what I was saying. He again said "Yes". So it appears that there is another workshop available in the Brisbane area.
    As I was wearing my OZVR4 polo he asked about it. I told him about the forum and suggested that when he sell's VR4's he should tell the buyers about us and the support and information available here.
    His details are below.
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    Barry Lawrence
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  9. SiliconAngel

    SiliconAngel 1 AYC Bar

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    Good work Pete!
     
  10. JRVR4

    JRVR4 Leaving Skid Marks

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    My compliance was close to 4k:(. Main reason was there was a stuff up with my stock parts delivery (word of advice,if your import has mods and comes with the stock parts fight tooth and nails to get them!) And i had to pay labour costs for them to remove the stock parts of Kristians (iron chef) dads legnum and then put them on to my car haha.
     

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