OCTEC have just received a brand new car from Frank Spice Auto, to replace one that was destroyed in a car accident recently.
OCTEC employees Andrew Morrison, Samantha Coffey, Pamela Jackson, and Diane Decker with Michael Spice from Frank Spice Auto who delivered their new work car last week.
OCTEC manager of employment services in the western region, Diane Decker was involved in a single vehicle accident, when the Holden Cruise she was driving blew a tyre, causing the car to run off the road and into a bank.
Luckily, Ms Decker was able to narrowly avoid a row of trees and escaped from the crash relatively uninjured, which she attributes to excellent steering ability of the car, excellent service from Frank Spice Auto and a defensive driving course which taught her not to touch the brakes in that situation.
“If the car wasn’t such a good car, I believe I would have been killed,” she said.
While there was not a scratch on the outside of the car, the airbags were deployed and the underneath section of the car was ripped apart from the rough terrain, so OCTEC needed a replacement car.
Ms Decker said that as the manager of the western area, she is required to travel all around and so a car is vital for her work.
“A safe work car is very important,” she said.
She wants to thank Frank Spice Auto for all their help in finding a replacement vehicle, as there was none of those vehicles in NSW, so they had to wait for one to be made specially.
“I do thank Spice’s for all their great work,” she said.
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