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Service Informtation

A regular car service checks the general condition of your car. It assess' wear and tear on tyres, brakes, suspension and various other components, along with changing the vehicles fluids when necessary. 

Each service is different depending on your vehicles make and model. Having a full service history helps when it comes to selling a vehicle as it shows annual inspections have been carried out to the standard of the main dealer. Servicing your car with main dealer parts preserves any standing manufacturers warranty you may have.

Full Service Includes:

  • An engine oil change and filter replacement

  • Engine air filter insert

  • Cabin filter insert where applicable

  • Checking tyres, brakes

  • Steering and suspension

  • Exhaust and underbody condition and safety

  • Complete lights check to confirm correct and full operation

  • Checking and topping up all under-bonnet fluid levels

  • Checking the cooling system

  • Testing the car's battery condition if required 

Small Service Includes

  • An engine oil change and filter replacement

  • full under-bonnet fluid check 

  • Visual checks of the tyres, brakes, steering and suspension

However if there is something that you don't feel is quite right with your car, we can offer you a tailored service to tackle those issues. 



All cars over three years old must pass a yearly MOT test, by law, to show they are safe and roadworthy.

If your MOT has expired, its illegal to drive your car on the road unless it is to a place of a booked mot. Driving without a valid MOT also makes your car insurance invalid.

An MOT involves dozens of checks on your car, ranging from the brakes and fuel system to lights. mirrors, seatbelts, windscreen wipers and exhaust system. 

An MOT can take between 45-60 minutes however if the vehicle fails and needs repairs, then it will take longer.

In case of failure: 

If your car has a dangerous fault, you will not be able to drive the car away, it will need to stay at the garage until the repairs have been carried out to a safe standard .

If your car has a major fault, you may be able to drive it away if it is still roadworthy, and if your previous MOT hasn't expired.



All major and dangerous faults will need to be fixed in order to make the vehicle roadworthy, then you can arrange a partial MOT retest in which the car must pass.

If you leave your car with us for repair, you will be able to get a partial retest for free, provided its completed within 10 working days of failing the MOT.

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