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Grealy Motors & Towing Service Reviews (2)

Awesome service

2 years ago
Great RACV service call out. Great job. Awesome service and quick response.
Tanya - Wodonga
2 years ago
Great Machanics and RACV Reps.
Patricia Wilson - Albury

Products

  • RACV road service

Services

  • All mechanical repairs
  • Roadside Assistance
  • Air conditioning Repairs
  • Accident towing
  • New Car log book servicing
  • Free wash & vacuum
  • Transmission Servicing
  • Roadworthy Inspections NSW/VIC
  • Child seat Fittings
  • Brake Repairs
  • Auto Electrical Repairs
  • Tyres

Specialties

  • 24-hour towing
  • Mechanical repairs
  • Heavy towing
  • RWC
  • Tilt tray

Licences

VACC A grade accredition 
RACV accredited auto care centre
Lic no. NSW 91053
AC No AY03648
3575 HULPLV
OA0197 Towing

Payment Methods

Cash
EFT
EFTPOS
Mastercard
Visa

About Grealy Motors & Towing Service

When you find yourself stranded by a breakdown, there is only one number to call. Grealy Motors & Towing Service in Wodonga provides 24-hour towing for all breakdowns, as well as mechanical repairs to get you back on the road fast.

Our modern workshop caters for all vehicles including cars, 4x4s and light trucks. We are an authorised VicRoads inspection station for roadworthy certificates and carry out a range of mechanical servicing. Our mechanics are highly knowledgeable and highly professional.

Grealy Motors & Towing Service provides RACV road service and caters for all towing needs. Our tilt tray can safely transfer your car to our workshop or we can provide for heavy towing requirements as well.

Our mechanics use the latest tools and equipment to ensure your vehicle is serviced to the highest standard. From logbook servicing to mechanical repairs, we will get your car running smoothly.

For reliable breakdown towing and mechanical services in Albury, Wodonga and Holbrook, contact us today.

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