Mahla Pearlman with her Volvo C70 used as a wedding car
Trivett Tyres- Parramatta has recently become accredited by the RTA as an Authorised Restraint Fitting Station and are now allowed to install all forms of baby capsules, child seats, booster cushions and booster seats into a variety of vehicles. Fitments can be carried out Monday to Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 8am -12noon, most installations will be on a while you wait basis however some of the installations are a more time consuming and therefore we will require these vehicles to be pre-booked and left with us to carry out the installation.
It is recommended that the child who will be using the seat is present at some point during the installation, the position of the child in the seat is as important as the position of the seat in the car, however we understand this is not always possible and in these cases we will fit the seat and adjust it to the best of our ability without the child being present.
We have a range of additional brackets and belts in stock to enable us to fit most seats and restraints, these will be charged according to the price list below, however for more involved and complicated fitments we may need to order the relevant brackets and belts.
To suit the job required, please note we do not supply any seats or restraints we only install them.
For more information or if you require a quote, contact Crawford Macdonald or Leigh Parker 02 9841 8889.
Czech car brand Škoda is relatively new to the Australian
car market. But with the new Octavia, Škoda could be the car that establishes a firm Škoda
Australian customer base. The sleek and elegantly designed vehicle is available
at an under $25,000 price tag, and is sure to (literally) give other midsized
models on the Australian market a run for their money. Now part of the
Volkswagon Group, the Škoda Octavia bears resemblance to the VW Passat in both
looks and superior driving performance. The 2011 Škoda Octavia is available in
both hatch and wagon models and while the car offers interior space, the compact
hatch design is perfect for inner city driving.
What exactly can you
expect from the Škoda Octavia?
Design. The classic and simple
design of the Octavia is aesthetically pleasing. The design’s emphasis on
interior space and legroom makes it spacious and a comfortable passenger car,
with room for luggage as well. The technology of the car is seamlessly fused with
Comfort. Added to the spacious
interior are a number of other features for maximum driving comfort. Drivers of
the Octavia will enjoy a front seat heating system, semi automatic or climate
control air conditioning, a navigation and multimedia systems, a cooled centre
console and decorative trims.
Safety. The Octavia includes all the
latest safety technology. Equipped with an ESP (Electronic Stabilisation Program)
system the car incorporates ABS, EBD, and ASR operating systems that work in
unison to enhance safety and control. The Octavia is also equipped with
adjustable headrests, six airbags and three point adjustable seatbelts.
Technical. The new Octavia is
available with either a diesel or petrol engine, and either a manual or
automatic gearbox. Petrol engines include a turbocharged 1.4 TSI 90kw engine and the turbocharged 1.8 TSI
with an output of 118kW.
The Octavia’s diesel offering is a powerful 2.0 litre turbocharged engine with an
output of 103kW.
Environmental. Both the diesel and
petrol engines boast frugality and low CO2 emissions for an environmentally
With added features, a sleek and elegant design and a
competitive price tag to boot, the Škoda Octavia is sure to attract buyers’
attention and help Škoda forge a more permanent place in the Australian car
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