Oil Service
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FAQ's

Does my car need a air filter change during its oil service?

Typically air filter changes are required every 30,000 miles but check your service manual first.

The mechanics will inform of you necessary servicing when you book your vehicle in for a oil service at garages.

What type of oil is used for an oil change service?

The mechanics use the grade and specification of oil recommended by the manufacturer of your car. The mechanics use premium motor oil brands for your car.

When does my vehicle require an oil change?

It varies by vehicle manufacturer, with some recommending an oil change every 20000 miles or a 2 year interval, whilst others will simply refer to the car service indicator.

If you are unsure about a vehicle's oil, don't leave it unchecked as it can lead to an expensive repair due to the engine becoming damaged from a lack of oil.

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Have you recently had your car service for an oil change and fluid check?

Oil servicing is designed to help maintain a vehicle by replacing the main fluids used in the inner workings of the engine, this helps ensure the vehicle is running smoothly and reducing wear and tear.

The mechanics provide a oil change for many different vehicle brands. These include

Contact the professionals for an oil service by filling out the online form. The staff will contact you back shortly to arrange the booking of your vehicle at one of the modern garages.

Oil service

Change oil and filter

Whenever the mechanics provide an oil change service, they always use the appropriate and recommended fluid with each top up.

Oil changes are important and recommended frequently as it affects the inner workings of the vehicles engine. All of the mechanics are highly trained to carry out oil changes.

The mechanics providing an oil change service will first drain the old oil that is in the vehicle so that we can replace it with high quality oil. We will also replace the oil filter when changing your oil.

The filter gets clogged up over time and meaning some parts can get through and damage the engine so this is why we replace it to ensure that fresh oil is always passed through the engine.

Changing your oil and filter should help the cars performance on the roads of region by making it more responsive and will ensure the engine is well lubricated.

The professionals can replace various essential fluids for your car:

• Brake fluids
• Engine oil
• Air filter change
• Coolant fluids
• Power steering fluid
• Windscreen washer fluid

Use the online form on this website to book your oil service.

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