Our servicing and maintenance plans make sure your vehicle is kept in top working order and help to avoid unexpected costs
Ensure safety by identifying potential problems before they become an issue
Stay on top of upkeep costs to avoid unexpected bills down the line
Keep your car in top working order in the long term - positive for the environment and your wallet
A service record and well looked after vehicle helps to maintain the value in the future
Is getting my car serviced worth it?
Servicing might seem pricey, but it’s an initial outlay that could save you a considerable amount of money down the line. With thorough checks on all your car’s mechanical and electrical parts, services can help to ensure it runs better, for longer.
Plus, from a safety point of view, it’s a great opportunity to spot any potentially dangerous issues before they present themselves on the road. With everything running perfectly, you can normally expect to save money on petrol, and a full service history is hugely valuable when it eventually comes to selling your car.
When to book in for your service?
The majority of modern cars will remind you when you need a service with a dashboard message or warning light, so figuring out when to book is easy. Failing that, you should aim to have your car serviced annually, or by a particular mileage suggested by the manufacturer. This is often around 12,000 miles, but you should have a look in your car’s handbook to make sure.
What to expect from your service?
The level of servicing you should expect to receive depends largely on the service interval that your car is at. For instance, most first services on new cars will include an oil and filter change, whilst the second service covers the replacement of all components with a 2 year life span. Barring any major hiccups, this cycle then continues for the lifetime of the car. It’s also a great opportunity to get a general health check on your car, so the technician will give it a thorough inspection to check for any malfunctions or excessive wear and tear. Importantly, fixing these issues will normally come at an additional cost.
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