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WARNING: This is not a general discussion section. This section is reserved expressly for post started by those people in need of IMMEDIATE breakdown assistance. Please do not START a thread in here unless you need assistance. Any registered user may RESPOND to a thread started by the person who needs assistance, but no banter please, keep this strictly on topic so valid communications can be easily referenced.

This is not an accident or injury response section. If you have had an accident and are injured, please call 000 for assistance.

If you need breakdown assistance support from a PSB volunteer, please do as follows:

1) Ensure you and your bike are in a safe location to prevent exposure to damage and personal injury. If you are injured and need medical assistance, contact 000.
2) Create a new post in this section with the subject titled “Help Wanted – Suburb”.
3) In the body of the post please put as much detail as you are able including but not limited to:

(a) A good description of your actual location including street name, direction, nearest cross street, or any other information that you feel would be of assistance for someone trying to find you.
(b) Details on what the issue and the kind of assistance you need. EG: “Bike broken down, both bike and I require movement to Victoria Park”.
(c) Provide details of where you and/or bike need transport to.
(d) Provide your mobile telephone number if available.

If you don’t have a phone that has internet access to make the above post then contact someone who does have internet access and they can create a post for you.

If you are able, continue to monitor this thread for updates and responses.

What will happen now:

1) When you create a thread in this section an email is sent to all regsitered PSB volunteers automatically. It will also be monitored by those using the forum at the time.
2) They will visit this thread for details, and if able to respond will make a post accordingly.
3) If you have provided your mobile number, the respondent will likely make contact with you to let you know they are on their way and provide an ETA.

NOTE: This is not an accident response thread, meaning to say, if you have had an accident and you are injured, please contact 000 and ask for an Ambulance. This section is to respond to non life threatening or injury situations.

For the avoidance of doubt (and stupidity) do not post in this section if you are wanting help moving your bike somewhere were it does not relate to assistance required for an immediate breakdown need.

If you have a bike trailer or other facilities that could assist PSB Members who have broken down, and would like to register as a PSB Assist member, please email [email protected] from the email address you would like on the register so that you can be added.
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Alternator died, bike is at autral brick on military rd. please help

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  • Alternator died, bike is at autral brick on military rd. please help

    If anyone is in the area and has a trailor it would be much appreciated


  • #2
    Got help yet bone_peeler? I sent a text so you have my number if you need it
    Today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground...


    • #3
      Hope he's still not sitting there in the sun!!!


      • #4
        I'm sure the carton of beer he buys will cool him down until a trailer and driver arrives to help him drink it
        I'd hate to think of the cost of a tow on a public holiday.


        • #5
          can help but will take an hour to get to ya !
          Sent text, let me know if ya need help still..


          • #6
            All sorted. Thanks very much to those that responded. Got a taxi back home to get some tools and smash a load of water into me. Still diagnosing the problem but looking like the rectifier. Almost beer o'clock nah buggering i work better half cut.


            • #7
              hope you got the bike home as well, inside the Taxi with you?


              • #8
                Their was a massive kiwi bloke who was working at the truck stop who helped me out.