We pride ourselves on our ability to aid our customers across a variety of services.
Common signs that you may need a new clutch fitted include: changing gears is difficult, rattling or grinding sound when you change gears, you can rev the engine; but your car barley increases in speed, engine revs climb or fail seemingly at random, the clutch may seem to ‘slip’ causing a loss of acceleration, or complete loss of drive.
The cost of a clutch replacement varies depending on the nature of the problem and the model of car you’re driving.
Gearboxes are a complex part of any vehicle, so maintenance is an important part of the vehicle’s servicing needs.
Through expert diagnosis, we be able to advise if your gearbox is faulty prior to starting any work on your vehicle.
If you think that you are having problems with your gearbox, just bring your vehicle along to our garage have it investigated.
Regular brake checks can identify a problem before it begins to impact on your braking efficiency, thus providing an opportunity to restore the effectiveness of your vehicle’s braking system to its intended performance.
If you are concerned about the performance of your brakes, or would like them checked before going on a long journey, our expert technicians are always happy to help.
If you require a new car battery, we can provide a full battery replacement service and can dispose of your old battery. If you have concerns about the age or charging capacity of your car battery, don’t leave it until your car won’t start.
Your car battery is the only source of power to get your car started so it is very important that you check your battery regularly. Flat batteries are one of the main reasons for breakdown calls in the UK, especially on cold mornings; you will only really know something is wrong when your car doesn’t start!
Choosing the right tyre can be confusing, from choosing the right size, to selecting a tyre and brand that will be fit for purpose from the extensive range available.
Your tyres are the only point of contact your vehicle has with the road. Therefore, it’s vitally important that you select the right tyre type for the vehicle you are driving and for the purpose it is being used.
You should get into the habit of regularly checking your tyres for correct tyre pressure, tread wear and general condition; don’t forget to check the spare tyre, if you have one.
Unlike other mechanical components of your vehicle, cambelts are prone to natural wear and tear over prolonged mileage and/or periods of time.
In the interests of safety and engine maintenance, it is vital that the cambelt of your car is replaced when necessary.
When a cambelt snaps, it can cause major damage to both the valves and pistons of the engine. It can also damage other expensive components of the vehicle, which may lead to an entire replacement in extreme circumstances.
Most modern vehicles today, contain an onboard computer known as an ECU which continually monitors the performance of the vehicle.
We use state-of-the-art equipment for vehicle diagnostics which can read the engine fault codes in your ECU’s memory. Our trained technicians can then suggest any necessary repairs to rectify the error and get you back on the road.
To keep your vehicle in excellent condition, we would recommend having your emissions and exhaust system checked regularly for cracks, leaking joints, broken hangers, worn rubber mountings, corrosion, failed gaskets and high levels of pollutant gases.
If you hear any strange noises coming from your exhaust or have concerns about the condition of your exhaust system, the best advice is to come into our garage where our qualified specialists will be able to help diagnose the fault and suggest an appropriate solution.