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The Automotive Technician

CoolDrive is pleased to announce a new relationship with TaT (The Automotive Technician).

The benefits of TaT is the access they provide to their extensive database of diagnostic repair solutions (with nearly 2000 currently downloaded), technical support from TaT tech team and other members and equipment reviews to help find the correct scan tools for your workshop.

As part of this alignment we are pleased to announce an exclusive offer though CoolDrive – 18 months membership for the price of 12! New members can sign up at www.tat.net.au/cooldrive

BJR

Brad Jones Racing is Australia's only regional based Supercar racing team. Led by Albury-based brothers Brad and Kim Jones, they have tasted success with their team in every category they have ever competed in, claiming championships in AUSCAR and NASCAR as well as production car and two-litre Super Touring competition.

BJR is the only team to compete in all 3 national V8 Touring Car Series, with 3 ZB Commodores competing in the Supercar Series, 3 VF Commodores running in the Super2 Series and 1 VEII Commodore running in the Kumho Touring Car Series.

Team CoolDrive is one of the 3 Supercars in the BJR stable.

Capricorn

CoolDrive are proud to be associated with Capricorn as a preferred supplier to the automotive trade. The security of a well-known network provides both parties with peace of mind when doing business together.

VASA

Originally representing the Vehicle Air conditioning Specialists of Australasia, VASA now incorporates the Australian Association of Automotive Electricians and represents Australasia’s largest group of independent air conditioning and auto electrical specialists.

VASA's charter is to improve and maintain standards of automotive air conditioning and auto electrical installation, repairs and maintenance through technical training and sharing of information.

CoolDrive have been long standing members and supporters of VASA, and believe them to be an invaluable part of our industry.

If you're interested in joining or learning more about VASA, visit their website at www.vasa.org.au.

VHRR

The VHRR was established in 1976 to promote Historic Motor Racing in Victoria, and where possible assist with its growth throughout Australia. 

Race meetings and  speed events are held though-out the year, giving owners of historic racing cars, and those interested in such vehicles, the opportunity to exercise their cars and feel the exhilaration of running such fine machinery, or just to be close by.

The club meets bi-monthly and in association with other clubs provides a calendar of events for all classes of cars.

If you're interested in finding out more about the VHRR visit their website at www.vhrr.com.

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