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When carrying out a full service on your vehicle, our technicians will follow a detailed car service checklist. We look at your service history to see what has been recently checked and replaced to ensure the most efficient and cost-effective service. All necessary checks are carried out to ensure that your vehicle is roadworthy, and you will not be endangering yourself or other drivers. A full service should be carried out every 12 months or 12,000 miles, even if you are still within your car’s warranty. You may want to check your car service book so that you know when it is time to get booked in. You can expect a service to cover the following:
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A major service differs slightly in that it goes further than a standard full service, with worn parts such as spark plugs and brake fluids being replaced where needed. You may see your vehicle benefit from this more in-depth approach, which is recommended every 24 months or 24,000 miles to ensure it continues to operate at optimum levels.
Booking an interim car service
If you are looking for a check up between full services to give you peace of mind that everything is running smoothly, an interim service may be an appealing option. This is usually carried out every 6,000 miles or 6 months, and the list of checks is drastically reduced compared to a full service, so this can be a speedier process. You can expect your interim service to cover fluid levels, spark plug, and filter checks, as well as battery, tyre, and light testing.
Free collection and delivery for car servicing in
Once you have spoken to our team regarding your car service, we can arrange to pick up and drop off your vehicle at a suitable time for you within the following areas:
Book your service with insurance repairs
If you have recently been involved in an at-fault accident and your vehicle requires repairs, you can have your service carried out at the same time. This will give our team the opportunity to fully repair your car then service it immediately, saving you the job of booking a service in the near future.
Arrange your service with
If you were involved in a non-fault accident, you may wish to make a non-fault insurance claim. Not only will this allow us to put your car through a full service, but we can manage your insurance claim and potentially save you from paying the full excess if our repairs work out cheaper.