Car Servicing in East Kilbride
Regular car servicing can extend the life of a vehicle and increase fuel economy. A small investment in routine car servicing and repair, plus a good inspection programme results in a good return on that investment due to:
- Reduced Cost of Repairs Over the Life of the Vehicle
- Reducing Unforeseen and Possible Breakdown Risks
- Reduced Vehicle Time off the Road
- Less Inconvenience and Less Unforeseen Expense
- Less Likelihood of Car Accidents
- The Possibility of Increased Product Life
For example, tyres last longer, brake discs do not become scored and in need of replacement.
Which car servicing programme is right for you? You can either adhere to the manufacturer’s servicing schedule or choose one of our great value standard services.
Interim – 6 Month Vehicle Service
This 6-month service/check up is designed for the high mileage car user, or where the manufacturer recommends more frequent checks. This service helps to maintain your vehicle and prevents unforeseen faults. An oil and filter change and a wide range of checks on the fundamental items are included. A report will be issued at the time of service.
Major – 12 Month Vehicle Service
This is a very comprehensive annual service for trouble free motoring. It exceeds most manufacturers’ service schedules with more than 40 checks and adjustments, and includes the replacement of spark plugs – depending on requirements – and the air filter element as well as changing the engine oil and oil filter. We check and report on any items that need attention now or in the future. Call us today to book your car’s service.
We offer MOT tests for cars (Class 4).
This is the annual testing of your vehicle to ensure that it meets minimum road safety standards. You may view the MOT test if you wish. It will be carried out by a Vehicle Inspectorate approved tester. An assistant is essential for proper conduct of the MOT test. You must not interrupt or distract the tester during the inspection. Due to MOT procedures, items may appear under more than one heading.
What it looks at:
- Steering Wheel and Column
- Footbrake and Servo
- Light Switches and Horn
- Windscreen Wipers and Washers
- Shock Absorber Effectiveness
- Tyres and Wheels
- Body Condition
- Direction Indicators
- Headlamp Aim
- Stop Lamps
- Rear Lamps
- Fog Lamps
- Tyres and Wheels
- Foot and Handbrake System
- Suspension and Shock Absorbers
- Wheel Bearings and Driveshafts
- Footbrake Efficiency
- Front Brake Balance
- Carbon Monoxide (CO) Emission
- Hydrocarbon (HC) Emission
- Excessive Visible Smoke
An MOT Certificate relates only to the condition of testable items at the time of the test. It should not be regarded as evidence of the condition of the items tested at any other time nor should it be taken as evidence of the general mechanical condition of the vehicle.
To book your car’s MOT test or service in the South Lanarkshire area, call us on the number at the top of the page. Any queries can be sent to us via email by filling in the form on the contact page.