As a traditional owner of the Wik-Waya clan, Tony requires a car to access his homelands. Tony came to the O-Hub for support in researching a good deal on a car for him and his family. Tony worked with the O-Hub staff to compile a purchase budget tailored to his priorities, which include 4WD capabilities for the tricky terrain, eight seats to fit his family, a roof rack and even a trailer to fit his scooter on the back. The car recently arrived all the way from Brisbane, and O-Hub staff were thrilled to see Tony driving with family in his new car.
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