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 10 Loton Ave
 Midland WA 6056
 Ph: 08 92501993
 Fax: 08 92741048
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Community

Wayne Phipps believes in giving back to the community, he is involved in sports programmes for the young through sponsorship.

He has selected charity organizations that he assists in fund raising activities through his auctioneering skills.

Wayne was honoured with Life Membership to the Swan Chamber of Commerce for his active role in the community and a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the Smash Repair Industry.

At industry level he is the Chairman of the Car Craft Group, serving the board for almost thirty years.

He is the past President of MTA WA, the past Chairman of the Australian Motor Body Repairers association, past Chairman of the Body Repair Division of MTA WA.

Wayne has also recently retired as Board Member of the Australian Code Administration Committee, The Motor Industry Foundation and the Motor Industry Advisory Committee.

Wayne is active in mentoring young people in the smash repair industry paving the way for a healthy industry future.

He also runs business management seminars for the industry on a regular basis.

Wayne also acknowledges Ian Janssen (Manager - WaynePhipps Smash Repairs) for his skills and ability to run the business, particularly allowing Wayne the time to attend his multitude of meetings.

ROAD SAFETY MESSAGE

Check your tyres regularly to ensure they are safe. These are the only contact between you and the road. They require the correct amount of tread and tyre pressure to adhere to the road.

Inspect your windscreen. Over a period of time, the glass is sandblasted from road grime and not often noticeable. When full sun hits damaged glass, it can be impossible to see through, as is the same result during heavy rain.

Make sure all of your lights are working. Not only do you need to see where you are going, you need to be sure others know where you are and what your intentions are.

Keep your fuel tank topped up. The stress of possibly running out of fuel or actually doing so causes accidents.

Mobile phones are a distraction. Please use hands free when it is necessary to have a phone conversation while driving.

Many people enjoy an alcoholic drink in moderation. This is fine, but, DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE.

 

 


Wayne Phipps Smash Repair

Wayne Phipps

Manager Ian Janssen

DON'T DRINK and DRIVE to STAY ALIVE


 
 
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