Choose from the section icons below to find answers to some of our frequently asked questions. If your question is not under any of the headings below you can click on the other information icon to log a question. You can also contact us through the contact form or call us and talk to a memeber of our friendly team.

FAQ Sections

Diagnostics

Diagnostics

The vehicles ECU will flag up warnings on your dashboard if the vehicle is experiencing faults. The faults vary from low risk oil/coolant levels being low to more serious braking and engine malfunction. The severity of the warning will be indicated in orange or red, orange being of medium risk and should be rectified as soon as possible and a red warning will indicate the vehicle must be rectified immediately. To get further information on the fault the vehicle needs to be plugged into a diagnostic kit which we have at the workshop or we can bring to you roadside.

MOT Preparation

MOT Preparation

Why does it take three days to prep my vehicle for test?

We ask for your vehicle three days before its test date for a good reason. The vehicle needs a full chassis wash as per the DVSA requirements, then we inspect the vehicle as per the testers manual and rectify any defects we find as we go. In most circumstances the vehicle will then need to be loaded, if you own a road tanker then you will likely put a load on for us and bring it back to the workshop for its brake test. Sometimes further work will need to be carried out after its brake test and we always quality check the vehicle using a different set of eyes. At this point the vehicle is ready to be presented for its test.

Service Agents

  • Meller
  • alfrons haar
  • Emco Wheaton
  • cobo
  • Mechtronic
  • Alpeco