Car Repairs & Servicing
We carry out car repairs and servicing for most makes and models of vehicles, including light commercial vehicles.
We keep the cost of running your vehicle to the minimum by providing competitive quotes for repairs and servicing of your vehicle.
If your vehicle does let you down, we are here to deal with the problem as quickly as possible and will arrange for roadside recovery if required. For standard servicing and repairs, we are always available for help and advice, just phone or visit and we will offer friendly advice including our free collection and delivery service from your home or workplace.
Always happy to provide advice
Most makes and models of vehicles
Servicing at affordable prices
Same day collection and delivery
Private and light commercial vehicles
We always quote before carrying out any work on your vehicle
OUR MOT SERVICE
We are very happy to collect your car from your home or workplace
We carry out a Pre-MOT check
We remind you when your MOT is due
We can return your vehicle the same day
Private or commercial vehicles
MOTs can be carried out a month before your current MOT expires
We can make an appointment for your MOT that suits you
We will carry out a Pre-MOT check on your car to maximise the chances of passing the MOT inspection.
We are very happy to collect your car from your home or workplace, then carry out the MOT Testing, and then return your vehicle to you.
What does the MOT Testing Involve?
The MOT test covers lighting, steering, suspension, emissions and road safety in passenger transport. The individual tests include the body and vehicle structure, windscreen, wipers and washers, doors, seatbelts, seats, mirrors, horn, brakes, steering, suspension, exhaust system, exhaust CO2 emissions, fuel system, tyres, wheels, lights, bonnet, boot and tailgate, towbar, and registration plates.
An MOT pass certificate indicates that at the time of the test, the vehicle met or exceeded the minimum safety standards determined by the VOSA guidelines.
Areas not tested include features such as the clutch, gearbox, and engine mountings, as the failure of these components would not represent a safety risk. Maintenance that is necessary for the reliable and efficient operation of the vehicle but not its safety forms part of a service inspection that is recommended by manufacturers but is not a legal requirement for operating the vehicle on the public highway.
Items such as the windscreen, wipers and exhaust systems are tested for condition and operation. Windscreen wipers will fail the test if they do not adequately clear the windscreen when used in conjunction with the washers. The exhaust system, in addition to checks on its condition and security, is tested so as to ascertain whether it emits a volume of noise that is obviously greater than another vehicle of the same make and model with a standard exhaust system fitted. A vehicle with an exhaust that is obviously louder than a standard vehicle will fail the test. Dismantling of any part of the vehicle during the MOT test is strictly against test regulations, making the assessment of corrosion or worn components in certain areas on certain car models very difficult to determine accurately. As the MOT is only an inspection for road-worthiness at the time of the test, the inspection of most accessories is not included. One exception is towbars: their condition and their attachment to the vehicle is now included in the MOT.