FAQ

Our services include vehicle repair, servicing, MoT`s and diagnostics. As well as parts sourcing we also provide the fitting of all parts including tyres, brakes, exhausts and suspension across all makes of car, van and taxi. Services must be completed by the date entered in your vehicle service book.

Consult your service and maintenance handbook for details of when the manufacturer recommends you either get parts replaced or you take your car to an approved workshop for reconditioning. If you’re not sure just contact us and we will advise you on best practices for your make and model.

Stop the car as soon as it is safe to do so and park off the road as far as possible. Then give us a call on our emergency number 0123 456789 and we will tow your car to our nearest service centre for a full examination.

This could be caused by a number of reasons and it is impossible to know without bringing the car into our workshops for a full test. We have industry-leading diagnostic equipment that will tell us exactly what is wrong with your car in moments.

Overheating of an engine is usually indicated by the engine warning light on your dashboard illuminating and the temperature gauge rapidly rising into the red danger area. If this happens to you, stop the car as soon as possible and raise the bonnet to let the heat escape, then call us on 0123 456789 and we will arrange to collect yourself and your car within 1-hour.