100’s of Wholesale cars in Cardiff – MVW.com

Motor Vehicle Wholesale.com has over a 100 Used Cars in stock

Cardiff is one of Newcastle’s busiest  suburbs, you will find all of the New Car Franchises there plus “Motor Vehicle Wholesale.com” this very large wholesale car dealer has a huge range of small, medium and large cars to suit any budget.  Ask Chris to show you their current stock plus anything that they have just acquired, trust me…these guys sell about 100 cars a week!!  If it’s not in-stock now, it will be soon.  By the way, tell them I sent you!

Quality Used Cars – Cardiff

Variety and Quality all under one roof

With over 500 Used Cars available to you, Kloster Group has 3 Used car businesses in Cardiff. The Newly appointed Carzoos site offer’s a large variety with the ability to show you ALL of the groups massive USED CAR stock under the one roof. Rain, Hail or shine you can be rest assured your car buying will be a lot easier and less stressful in this Brand New Facility. Go see Brent Thompson and his staff at Carzoos – Cardiff.

4×4 and Commercial Specialists

LAKEFORD – Cardiff always stocks massive amounts of 4×4 and commercial vehicles, Craig Danslow and his team specifically select their stock to match the growing demands of the area.  Cardiff is one of Newcastle’s and Lake Macquarie’s largest Industrial area’s with possibly 1000 small and large businesses trading from this regional hub.  If your after QUALITY SERVICE go to one of these Dealerships and tell them…. “I sent you” I personally guarantee that they will “look after you.”

Good luck buying,


Andrew Kolokolow


PDR – Service you can rely on..”staying local”

Paintless Dent Repair is a specialised trade and skill plus it’s the preferred repair method for “ALL” hail damaged vehicles by ALL insurance companies World Wide. Newcastle and the Central Coast region have over 40 Paintless Dent Technicians with 95% of them Oversea’s working with Insurance Companies in HAIL STORM affected areas currently in the USA, Germany, Belgium and many more countries.

Are you getting the level of service you require?

How much of your stock is lot prepared?

Is this affecting your sales because your stock isn’t presented properly?

We all know the answers to that!!!

My point is…”My focus is local” Dent Power is committed to staying local in the NEWCASTLE | CENTRAL COAST and HUNTER VALLEY area’s.  I am servicing Cardiff, Newcastle, Maitland, Singleton, Muswellbrook, Tuggerah and the Gosford area daily.   My core business is the Used Car Dealer Network, with over 18 years of experience in the Motor Industry in Newcastle, Central Coast and Hunter Valley I know exactly what is needed to give you the RELIABILITY and  QUALITY SERVICE that you are after.  Having a RELIABLE Dent Technician is critical to ALL dealerships for overall PRESENTATION and CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.

If you have Dents, give me a call…

If you have a Dealership we will arrange a service schedule that suits you.

“CALL ME NOW!  0417 481300”

Paintless Dent Repairs – Cardiff NSW

Cardiff is one of Newcastle’s major business hubs, New car yards like Car Zoos is fully under cover offering a vast selection of quality Used cars and New Vehicle franchises.  Dent Power – Paintless Dent Repairs services these area’s and offers in house service to it’s clients, if your at home or at work..we can come to you.

Severe weather warning: Storms brewing in NSW and Qld


have been few and far between in Australia’s east over the past two weeks, but a trough is approaching and is set to linger for a week of lightning.


During the past two weeks troughs have moved quickly through NSW and Queensland, only producing a day or two of thunderstorm activity in each state.


However, a trough is now moving into NSW which is set to sit over parts of NSW and Queensland for over a week, producing thunderstorms each day.


Thunderstorms will develop on Tuesday in northeastern NSW and inland parts of southern Queensland.


On Wednesday and Thursday the focus will shift further north into central and southeastern Queensland.


Storms on these days are potentially severe with large hail and damaging wind gusts the primary risks.


From Friday the trough will broaden and move south back into NSW, bringing the risk of storms through the east, including Sydney on the weekend.


There is a lower risk of these thunderstorms becoming severe, with the most likely feature being flash flooding.

Mobile Dent Repairs Newcastle – Central Coast – Hunter Valley

Dent Power is servicing Newcastle – Central Coast – Hunter Valley

on a regular basis, if you have any Dents, Dings, Hail Damage, Shopping Trolley  Damage give us a call.  Fast and Affordable, large or small we can have a look at it for you and let you know if it can be repaired with the Paintless Dent Removal process.

Insurance claims to total into the millions after storm

In Coffs Harbour, it’s a hail boosted economy with the city the worst hit area in Northern NSW.

Sawtell and Toormina were savaged and the damage bill is expected to climb into the millions, following three large hail storms in a week.

NRMA Insurance alone is responding to more than 1200 claims.

Company spokeswoman Mariana Cidade said the insurer has processed 20 business insurance claims, more than 400 claims to homes and has set up a hail repair centre in Industrial Dr to wade through more than 800 motor vehicles assessments.

Talk to auto glass suppliers and they say they are running short of windscreens and many panel beaters say they are solidly booked well into next month.

“I guess on a positive note, while it’s unfortunate a lot of people’s cars have been damaged that all of this repair work will generate a boost to the local economy,” Shane Corby of O’Brien Glass said.

Bureau issues another severe storm warning for the Northern Rivers

Bureau issues another severe storm warning













THE Bureau of Meteorology has warned more storms may be creeping closer.

A severe thunderstorm warning was issued at 1.25pm for the Northern Rivers.

“Severe thunderstorms are likely to produce large hailstones and heavy rainfall that may lead to flash flooding in the warning area over the next several hours. Drifts of small hailstones are also possible,” the statement said.

As always, the State Emergency Service advises people should:

  • Move your car under cover.
  • Keep clear of creeks and storm drains.
  • Don’t walk, ride your bike or drive through flood water.
  • If you are trapped by flash flooding, seek refuge in the highest available place and ring 000 for rescue.
  • Unplug computers and appliances.
  • Avoid using the phone during the storm.
  • Stay indoors away from windows, and keep children and pets indoors as well.
  • To ring the SES on 132 500  for emergency help in floods and storms

The next warning is due to be issued by 4:25 pm DST.

Twice in a week, photos reveal the hail damage

Paul Crowfoot and his family were amazed by the size of the hailstones that fell on Saturday.   














SOME incredible shots from Saturday’s hail storm showing hailstones the size of golfballs and the damaging impact they had on vehicles, roofs, sheds and windows.The hail storm the second in a week to follow a corridor through the Boambee Valley pelted dowing over Boambee East, Toormina, Sawtell and the Jetty.

Insurance assessors and hail damage repairers still working on the damage from last Monday’s hail storm will have their work cut out for them this morning.

One vehicle repairer said the earliest they could book in a hail damaged car for repair was December 2.

A hail repair specialist said they’ll be working on cars until late in the evening every night for the next couple of weeks.

Images sent to the Advocate show the main street of Sawtell covered in ice and the iconic fig trees stripped of leaves.

There were also reports of large hail stones at Arrawarra and also at Upper Corindi, where local blueberry farms reported damage to their crops.

Once again it appears the suburbs between Coffs Harbour North and Woolgoolga dodged a bullet.




Severe storms batter parts of north coast

Hail Damage

The State Emergency Service received more than a dozen calls for assistance after a wild storm ripped through parts of the Northern Rivers yesterday afternoon.

Dorrigo was the worst-affected area, with crews called to fix roof damage at homes, business, schools and the district hospital.

In the Richmond-Tweed area only two calls for help were logged, although parts of the area between Casino and Kyogle were blanketed by hail.

Trevor Wingfield, from The Gorge, says it was the second violent storm in three days.

“Saturday, it was all like golf balls here, and it pounded down for 15 minutes and it had the ground covered about six inches (15 cms),” he said.

“Yesterday it started again about 10 to 12 and it went for a hour.

“It just came down, pounded down, it ran into the gutters and banked up the gutters and went up the roofs and the houses and up against the back of the sheds a foot, two foot (30 to 60 cms).”

Meanwhile, the Bureau of Meteorology expects to see more thunderstorms on the north coast before the end of spring and summer.

Severe thunderstorms have struck parts of the region every day for more than a week.

The bureau says that sort of consistency is unusual.

But forecaster Michael Logan says thunderstorms are to be expected at this time of year.

“We’ve gone from what was an incredibly long dry period right into spring, and I think we’ve finally broken that,: he said.

“We’ve gone into more traditional spring weather, which will see thunderstorms interspersed with a few nice spring days.

“But at the moment we’re in a real run of thunderstorm activity.