Fosters Ace Auto Repairs
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Fosters Ace Auto Repairs

Servicing Townsville since 1977

Open Today
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
1.0km Away
38 Charles St Aitkenvale QLD 4814
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Contact details

Admin

Products

  • Handheld & interlock breathalysers for personal & commercial use

Services

  • Mechanical repairs
  • Servicing
  • All vehicles
  • 4WDs, European & late model vehicles
  • Authorised certification station
  • Modification certificates
  • Full vehicle history recorded
  • Authorised safety certificate inspection station
  • RWC light vehicles up to 4 -5 tonnes
  • Electronic test equipment
  • Common rail & turbo specialist

Licences

MTAQ
RACQ Approved Repairer
Institute of Automotive Mechanical Engineers (IAME)
ARC

Payment Methods

Amex
Cash
Cheque
EFT
EFTPOS
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About Fosters Ace Auto Repairs

Fosters Ace Auto Repairs in Aitkenvale provide all mechanical repairs, scheduled servicing and maintenance. We are an authorised inspection station, so we can also provide roadworthy and safety inspections. We are also one of a few stockists of personal and commercial breathalysers, including alcohol ignition interlock.

We take your car through its paces to ensure all your car components are in good working order, tune your engine and replace all filters and fluids. If you’re reselling, re-registering or modifying your vehicle, we can provide a roadworthy or safety certificate (pink or blue slips).

To protect your employees and your company’s assets, we sell and install a range of reliable handheld and interlock breathalysers for personal and commercial use from many reputable companies, such as Guardian Interlock.

For all servicing, inspections and repairs, breathalyser sales and installations, call Fosters Ace Auto Repairs in Townsville today.

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About Aitkenvale, QLD
Aitkenvale is a suburb under the local government area of the City of Townsville in Queensland. The town was named after Thomas Aitken, who subdivided the property into residential properties after establishing a dairy farm in the region around 1867. Aitkenvale is an important residential and commercial district in Townsville, with the city’s largest shopping centre (Stockland Townsville) located there. Because the suburb is the largest commercial district outside of the Townsville central business district, Aitkenvale is often called the second CBD.