Clutches, Brakes, Cam-Belts, Gearboxes, Batteries, Exhausts, Tyres, General Repairs, Turbo Replacements, Bulb Replacements

What is the difference between an Interim Service and a Full Service?

A Full Service is ideal as an annual maintenance programme for your car and recommended every 12,000 miles or 12 months – whichever is sooner (some manufacturers may recommend more frequent checks).
An Interim Service is ideal for vehicles used for short, mainly urban journeys or for those who wish to service vehicles doing very high mileage more regularly. An Interim Service every 6,000 miles or 6 months helps keep your car safe and roadworthy between full services.

What is an Oil Service?

The three part Oil Service between services, when preparing for a long journey or just for some peace of mind.
It includes:

  • Changing engine oil and filter.
  • Checking essential items such as tyres, battery, wipers and lights.
  • Topping up essential fluids like brake, windscreen washer or power steering fluids if required.
    We only recommend and use genuine part for services to provide optimal vehicle performance.


    What to look out for before your MOT

    If you drive a car that’s over three years old, then once a year, by law, you’ll have to put it in for a MOT test. Which, more often than not, ends up making a nasty dent in your bank account. But there are a few simple ways to save yourself some money.


    Vehicle Customisation


    We can restore or respray your vehicle to the highest possible standard with colour coded paint.

    Colour Coded Body Paint

    Our highly trained team of paint technicians can take the plastic body parts of your vehicle and paint them to whatever colour you chose to modify bodywork to suit kits or colour code bumpers handles etc.
    This can Include:
    Wing Mirrors, Bumpers, Side Skirts, Front Grills, Air Intakes, Trims & Mouldings

    Dynamic Body Kits

    Replacements & Fittings for Major Manufacturers & Specialists

    Body Repairs

    Accident Repairs, Insurance Approved Work, Small Collisions, Scratches & Dents, Creases, Bumper, Exterior Trim

    Scratches, chips and dents to your car bodywork are an everyday hazard and are often unavoidable. While they don’t affect your car’s performance, they make your car look shabby, can lead to further repairs due to rusting and, worst of all de-value your car.
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