Category: Automotive

COOLDRIVE GOES OFF-ROAD – AAA Magazine

CoolDrive Auto Parts’ recent expansion across all fields of the automotive aftermarket has been highlighted by massive growth within the 4×4 space

CoolDrive Auto Parts has an all-encompassing line-up of products now available for workshops, distributors and enthusiasts.
Highlighting the offering is a wide selection of dedicated products now available through CoolDrive’s own home brands, including Hulk 4×4, Ignite, Jaylec, Bremtec Brakes, Aunger, Jayrad and AFI, as well as the newly acquired CalOffroad 4×4 suspension.
Additionally, CoolDrive draws together leading brands of tools, accessories, spare parts, enhancements and more. This makes the 100 percent Australian family-owned and operated business “the one stop shop as Australasia’s preferred independent automotive parts distributor,” says CoolDrive.
All told, CoolDrive carries close to 200,000 different product lines, with the brand’s exceptional buying power resulting in great value for customers, who still benefit from the company’s traditional standard of customer service.
“The recent years have seen Australians switch their focus to holidaying at home, and a major attraction of heading back to nature is having a vehicle capable of standing up to anything the outdoors can throw at it,” CoolDrive Auto Parts Chief Executive Officer, John Blanchard, said.
“The beauty of four-wheel-driving is that there is

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TERRAIN TAMER WATERING HOLES – AAA Magazine

New video tells the story behind Don Kyatt’s recently opened Sydney warehouse

Don Kyatt has released a video on its social media platforms explaining the significance of an important painting that adorns the foyer wall of its new Sydney branch.
The company’s new Sydney warehouse, which was opened earlier this year in the suburb of Marsden Park, also boasts a 40-metre steel recreation of the painting at the front of the building which illustrates the journey of Don Kyatt’s major brand, Terrain Tamer.
Titled ‘Dry Water,’ the painting was completed by renowned indigenous artist and Terrain Tamer customer, Kurun Warun (known as Tio).
Don Kyatt General Manager, Brett Hutchinson – son of company founder and Managing Director, Frank – explained the relevance of the actual painting and the massive 40-metre representation.
“We like to think that we are an old company, with one owner who is still the Managing Director after 53 years, so there is that consistency all the way through,” Brett says in the video.
“Some people say that is quite remarkable, but we still have so much to learn.
“When we opened up Sydney, there was a great customer of ours called Tio, who is incredibly charismatic

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