MOT & Other Services
We offer quality MOT Preparation and Car Servicing. Our prices are competitive and we offer a simple, friendly & honest explanation of any problems that we may find with your car.
Book an Interim Service
An interim service helps to maintain the performance and efficiency of your vehicle. Regular maintenance is important for prolonging the lifespan of a vehicle and reducing the need for repairs. Because of this, vehicles with a regular service history can often be deemed more desirable by used vehicle buyers and therefore they may retain a higher resale value. This type of service is typically required if you're vehicle covers a high amount of mileage annually (the UK national average is approx. 8,000 miles per year) but as every vehicle is different, you should always refer to your manufacturer's handbook for guidance on what type of service your vehicle requires.
Book a Full Service
A full service will typically include all of the same checks that are performed during an interim service, plus additional checks to help ensure your vehicle is safe for you and other road users. Most vehicles will require a full service at least once per year, but as every vehicle is different, you should always refer to your manufacturer's handbook for guidance on what type of service your vehicle requires.
Heating, Ventillation and Air Conditioning diagnostics and fault finding specialist with both R134A and R134YF recharging systems, nitrogen leak testing and Vulkan lokring pipe repair system to allow for repairs on corroded AC pipework.
4 Wheel Laser Alignment System
Specialised alignment of all 4 wheels to optimise tyre longevity and car handling.
Multiple vehicle manufacturer level systems.
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) repairs and recoding.
Indepth charging system and battery diagnostics.
Commonly Asked Questions
- When should I get an MOT?
he MOT test checks that your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards. You must get an MOT for your vehicle by either:
- The third anniversary of its registration
- The anniversary of its last MOT, if it's over 3 years old
Some vehicles need to be tested at one year old, such as Ambulances, Taxis, or Private Passenger Vehicles with more than 8 seats.
Please note, you can be fined up to £1,000 for driving a vehicle without a valid MOT.
- What's the earliest I can get an MOT?
An MOT lasts for a year. The date it runs out is printed on the last pass certificate. You can get an MOT up to a month (minus a day) before it runs out and keep the same renewal date.
- My MOT has run out, what can I do?
You can't drive your vehicle on the road if the MOT has run out. You can be prosecuted if caught.
The only exceptions are to drive it:
to or from somewhere to be repaired
to a pre-arranged MOT test