We’re above average, but for the wrong reason

Categories:

As it currently stands South Australia is above the national average, but in a category in which we should be last – road fatalities. South Australia is on track to have the worst year since 2007 for road fatalities. 

Right now we have lost an average of 10 lives each month on SA roads, compared to last years figure of between 6 and 7 each month. A recent report by the RAA shows “that South Australia currently has a road fatality rate of 5.23 per 100,000 population, placing it above the national rate of 4.67 and significantly above Victoria, which is the state with the lowest road fatality rate of 3.63 per 100,000 population.”

So how can we make our roads safer?

It’s winter (but you’ve noticed that already) and as such visibility can be an issue. Try these easy, and free tips for helping you see more clearly when on the roads this winter.

 

Demisting your windscreen

You’ve seen it before. You get into the car and within five minutes you can’t see the bonnet due to the mist on the inside of your windscreen. So what’s the best thing we can do about it?

  1. Turn the heater ON! – by setting the heater to blow directly onto the windscreen you’ll warm the windows to above dew point.
  2. Turn the A/C ON! – This works well because the air conditioning function doesn’t actually cool the air as much as it removes the moisture from the air. The drier the air, the less fog on the windscreen.
  3. DON’T hit the recirculate button – You’ll heat the car faster, but you’ll be reusing the “wet” air, making it harder to demist.
  4. OPEN a window – obviously, if it’s not raining, this will simply speed up the drying process.

 

Check your blades

Having fresh windscreen wiper blades will ensure you can have the clearest vision possible in the rain. During the warmer months we tend to use our windscreen wipers with very little water. When this happens it’s common to get dust, dirt, and pollen under the rubber which can scratch the glass, making it harder to see.

 

Lights ON!

Turning your lights on when driving to and from work, not only allows you to see a little bit better, but also more importantly allows you to be seen by other road users. These days most cars are fitted with automatic lights which are activated when a small sensor at the bottom of your dashboard, close to the windscreen is covered, or cannot sense light. To avoid having to manually turn your lights on every time you drive set them to auto. 99% of cars with this feature will turn your lights off when you turn the car off, saving your battery.

 

Three costly mistakes you could be making!

Categories:

A month or so ago, we sent you for a small excerpt from a consumer awareness guide we put together to ensure you’re choosing the right repairer for you and your repair needs – available to view by clicking here. It’s very comprehensive, but we know you can get busy and quickly, so we decided to share some of the 13 page guide with you in little bite sized morsels. Hopefully you’re avoiding these…
Not Seeking Positive Feedback

When we are involved in a collision, often the first person we call is a family member, close friend, or significant other. After we settle down a little and have had time to talk to our insurer and are thinking with a level head again we forget to consider the experiences of our friends and family members have had with repairers. It’s more than just the job they do to fix the damage on your car, it’s also the experience they had with the repairer as a business.

Any car repairer worth their salt should be able to provide glowing references from satisfied customers who’ve used their services. If this is lacking then alarm bells should start ringing. If they don’t have testimonials from satisfied customers it could mean several things:
1. They are just starting out in the business and don’t have any satisfied customers yet. Do you really want them learning the trade on YOUR time, money, and precious car? Or…
2. They are too lazy to have arranged some customer testimonials. If they cut corners here, what other corners will they cut when it comes to your car? Or…

3. They are actually not very good at their job and don’t have any satisfied customers who are willing to give a recommendation, because they weren’t satisfied. It goes without saying… steer clear.

A lot can be said by the reviews of people who have been in similar situations as yours. Be sure to check out a repairer’s webpage for testimonials. If they do a great job, and have excellent service they will want to brag about it on their webpage and even their Facebook page.
Choosing Someone With No Accreditation AKA “The Backyarder”
Most of us know someone who “fixes cars.” This is one of the biggest risks you can take with your car and even your safety. A car that is on the road having not been repaired properly is a hazard to the driver, their passengers and every other road user. Aside from that, having an unqualified amateur work on your car can mean having to take your car in to a qualified professional to fix not only the damage caused by whatever accident you were involved in, but also the damage done by the botch job costing you more money and more time.

Choosing a Repairer That Doesn’t Take Pride In Their Work
If you take pride in your car, and want it to look as good as it possibly can, so should whoever is responsible for repairing and restoring it to its best possible condition. If you see a repairer taking photos both before and after they have repaired your car (to ensure they are doing quality work, not necessarily for advertising), they are doing a wonderful job. A professional should take pride in the job they do for you and their other customers. If you search for a repairer on Facebook or online and their page is filled with pictures of the great restorations and repairs they have done you may be onto a winner.

Be sure to check out the work of your potential repairers if you don’t find any, beware. Your repairer should be as proud of your car as YOU are.

Don’t be a statistic!

Categories:

Easter is looming and as we prepare to eat too much chocolate, and perhaps indulge in the most decadent foods and refreshments our state has to offer. For many of us Easter means one of a few things. If you’re from the hills it’s highly likely you’ll be well aware of the annual race meeting at the Oakbank racecourse, if you’re not one of the tens of thousands of South Australians that journey to the beautiful rolling hills for the break and venture a little further you may be gearing up for a long trip North, and if you have done it before you’ll know how much of a gridlock it can be. Or you might find yourself in the third category; someone trying to avoid those doing the aforementioned.
For those of you that are travelling long distances the obvious issue that can be trouble (big trouble) is driver fatigue. We often think it sets in when driving on open roads with no other cars in sight, however sitting in bumper to bumper traffic on Port Wakefield Road can be just as mentally exhausting especially with bored children in the car. While this isn’t usually something that affects us immediately it can start the trip off on the back foot, leading to a harder drive later on.
Others of us may be celebrating the four-day weekend by enjoying a few beverages. Whether you are enjoying them at a festival, a race meeting, or in the comfort of a private residence be wary of getting behind the wheel or letting others get behind the wheel when they could very well be a danger to themselves and other road users. It’s never ok to drink and drive.
Remember, when driving long distances, or getting stuck in traffic patience can wear thin, and we can make silly mistakes, or bad judgement calls. We can fix all your dents and scratches, but we want you to be safe this Easter, please drive carefully.

 

FREEWAY Mistakes

Categories:

The most common freeway mistakes

Every day we see dents, scratches, and major damage to peoples cars. While many of the minor pieces of damage occur in car parks and around our suburban streets, most of the major damage occurs when travelling at high speeds. Having the luxury of being able to travel through the Adelaide Hills, and into the city with no traffic lights, stop signs, and very few delays means a lot of us can live in the country and work in the city without spending 4 hours a day on the road, and those of us who frequently travel on the freeway know how frustrating it can be driving around people who aren’t doing the right thing. Often this frustration leads to accidents. Here are the most common and ho we can avoid them.

 

The Right Hand Lane

Some people call this lane “the fast lane,” and while it is designed to be there so those who are moving at a higher velocity than others can safely go around them it is not designed to have drivers stay in this lane. Many people chose to ignore the signs that say “Keep left unless overtaking,” and this lack of consideration for the road laws, and for anyone else around them increases the likelihood of accidents immensely. Even if there are very few cars on the road it is still important to keep left, especially going downhill to avoid runaway trucks or emergency vehicles.

While I’m sure everyone reading this is a considerate driver who keeps left unless actually passing someone, there are a few things we can do to be as safe as possible around those less considerate individuals who tend not to care as much about there safety or the safety of others.

Avoid trying to pass on the left – While sometimes this can be used as a last option we have found most blindspot accidents occur when going from right to left, due to the blind spot being on the passenger side of the vehicle. The reason the passing lane is on the right is that it is far safer to overtake moving to the driver’s side as the range of vision is higher. 

Avoid tailgating – It’s so tempting to ride someone’s bumper when they are driving at a snail’s pace in the overtaking lane, but this is often the easiest way to get into a collision. Even though they may be breaking traffic laws by being in that lane and obstructing the flow of traffic, the driver that hits a vehicle from behind is in the wrong

Alternatives – Often those who chose to have complete disregard for others fall into a certain category and are in their own world and have no traffic awareness, therefore tailgating is not only dangerous on its own, but also due to the unexpected and sometimes completely random movements of these drivers can cause accidents all on their own, and being anywhere near their rear bumper, or blind spot can spell disaster. When choosing to overtake on the left, be sure to do so after plenty of time in the left lane. For example, sometimes when approaching a car in the right lane at a speed far quicker than they are moving they will move over at the last moment just as you do. A friendly beep can sometimes do the trick. While many people get offended by being beeped at, sometimes it’s the only way to safely navigate around someone. Be sure not to hold the horn down for too long though, this can cause frustration and erratic driving, often resulting in an accident.

 

If you are being tailgated

Do your best to move out of the way. Often it can be tempting do drive slower due to being harassed by other drivers, however, this can cause a snowballing effect of frustration and sometimes road rage, becoming dangerous for all road users. If you are being tailgated be sure you are going an appropriate speed for your wherever you are driving. If you intend to turn, be sure to use your indicator with plenty of time before your turn – Road law stipulates 5 seconds. This will often cause the vehicle trailing you to give you extra space to turn before you do so.

 

Be sure to do your best to stay safe out there, but if you need a quick online quote click HERE or give us a call

 

Balhannah:

Woodside, Woodside North, Lobethal, Birdwood, Mount Torrens, Lenswood, Charleston, Cherryville, Oakbank, Balhannah, Harrogate, Brukunga, Bridgewater, Hahndorf, Mount Barker, Nairne, Littlehampton, Gumeracha, Cudlee Creek, Uraidla, Adelaide Hills, Mount Pleasant, Mannum, Kanmantoo, Wistow, Stirling, Aldgate, Crafers.

Contact us at Balhannah today to discuss your crash repair needs.

Stepney:

Stepney, Magill, Norwood, St. Morris, College Park, Maylands, Kent town, Adelaide, Trinity Gardens, Kensington, Kensington Gardens, Kensington Park, Rostrevor, North Adelaide, Hackney, Evandale, Gilberton, Walkerville, Rose Park, Toorak Gardens, Leabrook, Rosslyn Park, Burnside, Wattle Park, Beulah Park, Payneham, Payneham South, Newton, Marden, Royston Park, Walkerville, Eastwood, Dulwich, Glenside, Tusmore, Heathpool, Vale Park, Parkside, Eastwood.

 

A Special Announcement

Categories:

For the past 12 months, DPP has been making some major changes in the beautiful foothills of Adelaide. This expansion has meant an even more efficient service for you.

The Rundown…

For the better part of 50 years, Dynamic Paint N Panel has served local communities in the Eastern Suburbs of Adelaide, Adelaide Hills, and Fleurieu Peninsula. Whether it’s fixing a scratch or a full body rebuild, we’ve had your car back on the road with you smiling behind the wheel. It’s what gets us out of bed in the morning.

We’ve grown and grown to the point at which we’ve reconstructed our operations. As far as how it affects you… Quite simply we now have even more to offer in the way of full body rebuilds and paint jobs under a new banner Custom Culture. This means for all your day to day dents, scratches, and other everyday drive jobs you’ll have the full force of repairs of Dynamic Paint N Panel working to get your car back on the road. Our scratch and dent specialists will be even more focused on achieving the best result for you.

If you’re planning a major rebuild of your pride on four (or less or more) wheels Custom Culture is the place for you. Our rebuild specialists have been hand selected to ensure every single detail of your rebuild or custom job is to the highest possible standard. Between the designers, paint experts, and artists we have at Custom Culture we’ll help your vision become a reality.

 

The Facts
Everyday Repairs

  • Everyday repair specialist concentrating on getting your car back on the road.​
  • Faster, and better results in a shorter amount of time.​
  • Insurance claims handled.​
  • Mobile quotes.​
  • Personal service.

Custom Culture

  • Personal, tailored repairs/sprays/rebuilds​
  • Exclusive events and functions (More to come later this month)​
  • Work closely with experts dedicated to achieving the look and feel you want for your machine.

Stay tuned for more information on a very special introductory deal for our Custom Culture. To reserve your place at the very top of the list click here (you will be notified with special discounts and deals, coming soon.)

If you have absolutely any questions feel free to give us a call or send us an email.

 

Crash Repair Norwood

Categories:

CRASH REPAIR NORWOOD

Affordable Crash Repair Norwood and surrounding areas – DPP has been serving the Eastern Suburbs of Adelaide for over 4 generations

 

For over 4 generations the Condo family have been serving the Norwood area with affordable crash repair, friendly service, and unmatched workmanship.

In Norwood, SA, Dynamic Paint N Panel’s Stepney facility is devoted to having your vehicle back on the road as quickly as possible as we restore you to the way of your life. We are an RAA approved crash repairer that has been proudly serving Norwood crash repair customers for over 45 years, specialising in paintless dent removal, respraying, full reconstructions, rebuilds, and scratch repairs.

Whether you are looking for Crash Repair Norwood, Payneham crash repair, St Peters crash repair, Adelaide Hills crash repair , or even if you are looking for Strathalbyn crash repair the team from DPP have you covered.

We’ve put together a FREE report for anyone that’s available HERE below are our most popular excerpts.

Car Repair Rip-offs

When it’s too cheap – We all like a bargain, but there’s an old saying that if something seems too good to be true, it usually is. Some car repairers and panel beaters advertise price as the bait for their false and misleading advertising. They offer an unbelievably low price to get you to come in, and once you’re in their shop, they pressure you into getting all sorts of upgrades and add-ons you’re going to need in to have your car back on the road in near showroom condition. It’s like buying a house, and then being told you have to pay extra for the doors and windows! Repairing your car takes time and the right resources to do it right, so expect to pay a reasonable amount for a good quality repair.

This method of repair is best…

This is a common statement you will see in advertisements or hear from most car repairers. REMEMBER: The best method of repair is the one that achieves your goal For instance, if you just want a couple of paint touch ups done for a car show on the weekend, and don’t want any major repairs, stripping the whole panel back may not be for you. So before you choose a repairer, identify your objectives and then select the method that best reaches those objectives. Not only that, technology in the car repair industry evolves all the time, so what might have been a great method a couple of years ago might have been improved upon by now. For this reason, it pays to go with a car repairer that stays on the cutting edge of technology and doesn’t make sweeping claims about having the “best” car repairing technique around. When it “takes longer than first estimated” Sometimes repairers deliberately underquote and under “estimate” the time that it takes to repair your car. While sometimes these are genuine problems the repairers face, especially when there is unknown structural damage, more often than not the repairer is trying to justify charging you more money. This is often similar to when they may add on charges once you’ve brought your car in for a quote, except this time they are holding your car hostage. This intimidatory method is more common than you might think, as the repairer may pressure you by telling you that they are about to start work that they didn’t account for when you brought your car in initially, or in some cases go ahead and start unapproved work on your car and then charge you for it at the end.

 

yard-pics-059-medium

CRASH REPAIR NORWOOD AND SURROUNDING AREAS

Stepney:

Stepney, magill, norwood, St. Morris, College Park, Maylands, Kent town, Adelaide, Trinity Gardens, Kensington, Kensington Gardens, Kensington Park, Rostrevor, North Adelaide, Hackney, Evandale, Gilberton, Walkerville, Rose Park, Toorak Gardens, Leabrook, Rosslyn Park, Burnside, Wattle Park, Beulah Park, Payneham, Payneham South, Newton, Marden, Royston Park, Walkerville, Eastwood, Dulwich, Glenside, Tusmore, Heathpool, Vale Park, Parkside, Eastwood.

Contact us at Stepney today to discuss your crash repair needs.

Cheap, Quick, and Easy – Stains and Smells

Categories:

Removing those horrible marks, stains, and smells

Whether it’s coffee, juice, milk or even worse, at some point in time we’ve all had an accidental spill. Now you’re left with the sticky, and sometimes smelly, reminder of your lapse in concentration. The good news is removing those smells and marks isn’t as hard as you might think.

 

The Smell.

Over time the fabric interior of your car will absorb certain smells, for those of us unlucky enough to have someone who has been sick in the car we know that all too well. Dealing with the cumulative odor of day to day life is fairly simple. You’ll need two bowls and some vinegar.

STEP 1: Fill two bowls with white vinegar.

STEP 2: Place one bowl on the dashboard of the car and the other on the back seat the night before cleaning.

STEP 3: Close all the windows and doors and leave the bowls over-night. The white vinegar should effectively absorb all the odors from the car.

STEP 4: Remove the bowls of vinegar in the morning and leave the car doors and windows open for as long as it   takes for the smell of vinegar to completely disappear.

STEP 5 (optional): The last step is to vacuum clean your car upholstery thoroughly and take stock of the stains that need to be dealt with as the car is airing out.

 

Getting rid of stains on car upholstery
Before starting the stain removal process, you’ll need to prepare the following two homemade cleaning solutions:

For the first part of the cleaning you’ll need:

¼ cup of baking soda
1 cup of warm water
Mix together the baking soda and water and you’re ready for the second part.

For the second part of the cleaning process you’ll need:

Warm water
A few squirts of dish detergent and a
¼ cup of vinegar in
A spray bottle
Mix the warm water, the few squirts of dish detergent and the ¼ cup of vinegar in a spray bottle. Shake the mixture well and leave for 5 minutes to set.

And now we’re ready to start cleaning the car upholstery:

STEP 1: Use a toothbrush to gently apply the baking soda and water solution to any stains that you might have on the upholstery and leave the solution for 30 minutes to penetrate the stains (This is by the way a great cleaning procedure for stubborn stains including ketchup and coffee stains among others)

STEP 2: After the half hour, use a clean dry towel to blot the stains with the baking soda and water. Be careful to absorb as much liquid as possible before commencing the next step in the car upholstery cleaning process.

STEP 3: Use the detergent, water and vinegar mixture to spray the upholstery starting with the front seats and working your way to the back.

STEP 4: After spraying the seats, use a stiff-bristled brush to gently work in the solution.

STEP 5: Leave the mixture to sit for 15 minutes on the seats, and then use dry towels to absorb excess moisture.

STEP 6: The last step is to air out the car to get rid of any smells. You may want to leave all the car doors and windows open for the rest of the day or until all the cleaning smell is gone.

 

Balhannah:

Woodside, Woodside North, Lobethal, Birdwood, Mount Torrens, Lenswood, Charleston, Cherryville, Oakbank, Balhannah, Harrogate, Brukunga, Bridgewater, Hahndorf, Mount Barker, Nairne, Littlehampton, Gumeracha, Cudlee Creek, Uraidla, Adelaide Hills, Mount Pleasant, Mannum, Kanmantoo, Wistow, Stirling, Aldgate, Crafers.

Contact us at Balhannah today to discuss your crash repair needs.

Stepney:

Stepney, magill, norwood, St. Morris, College Park, Maylands, Kent town, Adelaide, Trinity Gardens, Kensington, Kensington Gardens, Kensington Park, Rostrevor, North Adelaide, Hackney, Evandale, Gilberton, Walkerville, Rose Park, Toorak Gardens, Leabrook, Rosslyn Park, Burnside, Wattle Park, Beulah Park, Payneham, Payneham South, Newton, Marden, Royston Park, Walkerville, Eastwood, Dulwich, Glenside, Tusmore, Heathpool, Vale Park, Parkside, Eastwood.

Still here for you…

Categories:

The last few months have been wonderfully exciting for all of us here at DPP.  While we have undergone many changes and a wonderful period of growth over the last few months. Along with the changes and growth, we have put into place new practices making us as efficient and as streamlined as ever before.

With more progress soon to be announced we are happy to announce that ALL of our services are still Available!

 

We’ll come to you.

You’re a busy person, in fact, thank you for taking the time to read this newsletter, and we know it. We understand that bringing your car in to get little dings and dents (Or the big one you know you really should get fixed) takes time out of your busy day. With our experts out on the road, and with the ease of our online quote system (click here) we can quote your car in a matter of minutes.

 

Still Serving the Hills

As you already know, we have been servicing the hills community for decades, and even with the closing of doors at our Woodside location, we are still servicing that same community from our Woodside centre located at Bob North Mechanical – 71 Onkaparinga Valley Road Balhannah – by reducing the size of our hills premises we have been able to serve even MORE cars, but we have room for even more. And we can still come out and see you…

 

No Job Too Small

We hear it all the time, someone comes in after months of thinking about getting a little scratch fixed. Unfortunately what was just a little scratch became a rusty hole, and something that could’ve been fixed for next to nothing and in the time it takes to grab a coffee turns into a much more costly operation. Still not sure? Send us a photo online and we’ll give you a quote.

 

Balhannah:

Woodside, Woodside North, Lobethal, Birdwood, Mount Torrens, Lenswood, Charleston, Cherryville, Oakbank, Balhannah, Harrogate, Brukunga, Bridgewater, Hahndorf, Mount Barker, Nairne, Littlehampton, Gumeracha, Cudlee Creek, Uraidla, Adelaide Hills, Mount Pleasant, Mannum, Kanmantoo, Wistow, Stirling, Aldgate, Crafers.

Contact us at Balhannah today to discuss your crash repair needs.

Stepney:

Stepney, magill, norwood, St. Morris, College Park, Maylands, Kent town, Adelaide, Trinity Gardens, Kensington, Kensington Gardens, Kensington Park, Rostrevor, North Adelaide, Hackney, Evandale, Gilberton, Walkerville, Rose Park, Toorak Gardens, Leabrook, Rosslyn Park, Burnside, Wattle Park, Beulah Park, Payneham, Payneham South, Newton, Marden, Royston Park, Walkerville, Eastwood, Dulwich, Glenside, Tusmore, Heathpool, Vale Park, Parkside, Eastwood.

The Shopping Mall Scratch

Categories:

I’m sure you’ve noticed it. You get back to your car, which you so carefully parked out of the sun, nice and evenly between the lines, and far enough away from neighbouring cars so there is NO CHANCE they could bash their door into yours, yet still some so and so has managed to create a small, but obvious dent in your car.

Well, there is some good news. Whether created by a shopping trolley or another car, these small scratches and dents are hands down the easiest, quickest, AND CHEAPEST things to fix. 

If it’s a light scratch you need to remove, it’s as simple as cutting and polishing the scratch out. Something you can easily do at home, if you have the time and know how. 

When it comes to the removal of dents it can be a little tricker, and unless you have the right tools, and expertise you can do more damage than repair, which you’ll agree kind of defeats the purpose. 

We have fixed more of these sorts of dents than we can count, and we love doing it. Our team of professionals can fix small “shopping trolley” dents in about 20 minutes, and with such precision and care, that your car looks, quite literally, as good as new.

Come in and see us sometime, and we’ll take care of those unsightly dents and scratches in minutes.

 

 

Like Brand NEW…

 

 

Balhannah:

Woodside, Woodside North, Lobethal, Birdwood, Mount Torrens, Lenswood, Charleston, Cherryville, Oakbank, Balhannah, Harrogate, Brukunga, Bridgewater, Hahndorf, Mount Barker, Nairne, Littlehampton, Gumeracha, Cudlee Creek, Uraidla, Adelaide Hills, Mount Pleasant, Mannum, Kanmantoo, Wistow, Stirling, Aldgate, Crafers.

 

Stepney:

Stepney, magill, norwood, St. Morris, College Park, Maylands, Kent town, Adelaide, Trinity Gardens, Kensington, Kensington Gardens, Kensington Park, Rostrevor, North Adelaide, Hackney, Evandale, Gilberton, Walkerville, Rose Park, Toorak Gardens, Leabrook, Rosslyn Park, Burnside, Wattle Park, Beulah Park, Payneham, Payneham South, Newton, Marden, Royston Park, Walkerville, Eastwood, Dulwich, Glenside, Tusmore, Heathpool, Vale Park, Parkside, Eastwood.

More Than Repairs

Categories: Tags:

For more than 45 Years Dynamic Paint N Panel has been serving South Australians from all walks of life. Whether you drive a huge truck, a tiny two seater, or anything in between. From a tiny scratch, to a repairable write off, if you want it fixed we can fix it, and we’ve been doing it for nearly half a century.

We love hearing from our happy customers when it comes to repairs, we love restoring YOUR car to driving condition, but we are also passionate about restoring and preserving pieces of automotive history.

With new exciting developments in the coming months we are pleased to be continuing to grow, not only as Adelaide’s favourite Famliy owned and run crash repairer, but also as a place where we rebuild classic pieces of automotive engineering history back to their former glory.

It’s passionate car owners who take pride in their everyday drive, or their special weekender that drive us to keep growing in order to better serve you, and see more smiling faces and pristine cars on our roads.

With a passion for seeing you smile, excellent workmanship and unbelievable service, DPP is only a phone call away. Come in for a coffee and tell us how we can improve your everyday driving experience.

 

 

Balhannah:

Woodside, Woodside North, Lobethal, Birdwood, Mount Torrens, Lenswood, Charleston, Cherryville, Oakbank, Balhannah, Harrogate, Brukunga, Bridgewater, Hahndorf, Mount Barker, Nairne, Littlehampton, Gumeracha, Cudlee Creek, Uraidla, Adelaide Hills, Mount Pleasant, Mannum, Kanmantoo, Wistow, Stirling, Aldgate, Crafers.

 

Stepney:

Stepney, magill, norwood, St. Morris, College Park, Maylands, Kent town, Adelaide, Trinity Gardens, Kensington, Kensington Gardens, Kensington Park, Rostrevor, North Adelaide, Hackney, Evandale, Gilberton, Walkerville, Rose Park, Toorak Gardens, Leabrook, Rosslyn Park, Burnside, Wattle Park, Beulah Park, Payneham, Payneham South, Newton, Marden, Royston Park, Walkerville, Eastwood, Dulwich, Glenside, Tusmore, Heathpool, Vale Park, Parkside, Eastwood.