Professional Vehicle Servicing

Keeping Your Vehicle in Peak Condition

Although servicing your vehicle is not a legal requirement, there are a number of good reasons why you should consider getting your car serviced on a regular basis.

Regular servicing can help to identify potential problems before they become real ones. Servicing will make sure that essential checks are carried out to critical vehicle components such as your braking system, suspension and steering to make sure that these vital parts don't let you down when you need them most. Regular servicing ensures that the vehicle is in road-worthy condition. As the mileage and services intervals increase and because deterioration is often gradual and not visible, motorists may not see or feel the change. This can lull motorists into a false sense of security, mistakenly believing that all is ok because nothing major has gone wrong with their vehicle.

Regular servicing can help to identify issues early on that could later become costly and expensive to rectify. For example, engine oil is needed to lubricate and protect the moving parts inside your engine. When it is deteriorated, it could lead to premature wear of the internal components of the engine. This could in turn mean costly repairs that could have been avoided. Regular servicing can also save motorists money at the petrol pump. New oil, air and fuel filters make for a smoother running engine and a more fuel-efficient car, while addressing issues such as incorrectly inflated tyres and badly adjusted brakes will reduce rolling resistance and improve fuel economy.

Furthermore, not servicing your car potentially reduces the reliability of your vehicle which could prove both costly and inconvenient.


What to Expect During Your Service Visit & FAQs

Easy Booking:

Schedule your service by phone, or in-person. We offer convenient appointment times to fit your schedule.

During Your Service:

Our team performs a thorough inspection and servicing of your vehicle, keeping you informed at every step.

After Your Service:

We provide a detailed report of all work done and any recommendations for future maintenance or repairs.

How often should I service my vehicle?

The frequency of servicing your vehicle depends on several factors including the make, model, age, and usage of the vehicle. Generally, it is recommended to have a basic service every 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. However, for vehicles that undergo heavy use, more frequent servicing may be necessary. Always refer to your vehicle’s manufacturer guidelines for specific recommendations.

What are the signs that my vehicle needs servicing?

Several indicators suggest your vehicle may need servicing:

Warning Lights: Any dashboard warning lights that illuminate.
Unusual Noises: Sounds such as grinding, squealing, or knocking during operation.
Performance Issues: Decreased acceleration, stalling, or issues with starting the engine.
Brake Performance: If brakes are less responsive or make a grinding noise.
Fluid Leaks: Any unexpected fluid leaks under the vehicle.
Smoke or Steam: Smoke from the exhaust or steam under the hood.
Vibrations: Unusual vibrations during driving or idling.
Fuel Efficiency: A noticeable decrease in fuel efficiency.

These signs can indicate underlying issues that require professional attention.

Can I drive my vehicle immediately after servicing?

Yes, you can typically drive your vehicle immediately after servicing. Once the service is complete, our mechanics ensure that your vehicle is road-ready. We conduct all necessary checks and tests to ensure safety and performance. In the rare case where additional time is needed for parts to settle or for any adhesive to dry, we will inform you beforehand.

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