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Ever thought that getting your car serviced is a bit of a hassle? We did, which is why we're here to make maintaining your car convenient as possible.
The mechanics on our network will come to you. There's no need to spend your weekend hanging around a garage to get your car serviced.
A vehicle service is a series of car maintenance checks and tests after a certain mileage, or predetermined length of time, to check that your car is functioning efficiently.
Regularly servicing your car is vitally important, as it can be the difference between your car running smoothly and with its best fuel efficiency, or being hit with an expensive, unexpected repair bill. Car servicing is necessary to check fluid levels, tyre pressure, and any other expected wear and tear.
As a driver you may wonder, “when is my car service due?”. As a rule of thumb, car manufacturers recommend that drivers should service their car every 12 months or every 12,000 miles - whichever comes first - depending on what type of service you require. You will also receive a stamp or signature in your service book to show that the vehicle has been properly maintained.
A Full Car Service is a series of comprehensive tests on both the inside and outside of the car. As well as oil changes, it includes a far more extensive investigation of what is going on under the bonnet.
A Major Car Service contains all the checks of the Full Car Service, but also includes replacements for your pollen filter and spark plugs. We recommend a Major Car Service at least every two years, however many vehicles will need a full service more frequently.
A lighter variation of a Full Car Service is known as an Interim service. What is an Interim Service? It contains many of the checks carried out during a Full Service, but does not include much of the inspection under the bonnet and on the underside of the car (i.e. Auxiliary drive belt, battery level and air filter checks).
A Full Car Service checklist includes:
You don’t have to take your car to a garage for a service - we have hundreds of mobile mechanics on the network with the capacity to carry out a mobile car service at your address.
The cost of your car service will vary depending on the make and model of vehicle as well as the labour rate in your area. On average, a major service costs £200, with a full service costing £151 and an interim service priced at £123.
A car service typically lasts 1-2 hours. The exact time depends on both the vehicle model and the level of service being carried out, with interim services at the bottom of the range, full services around the middle, and major services close to the top of the time range.
While you are not obliged to do so, it is a good idea to have both an MOT and service carried out at the same time. A service is often annual, so coupling it with an MOT will allow you to keep track as to when your car’s service is due. Additionally, there is the benefit of highlighting any repairs that may be needed from the MOT, reducing the amount of time that your vehicle is off the road. ClickMechanic also offers a discounted MOT when booked in with a service too!
Simon RebbittBMW 5 Series
The support staff are on hand to help, and the work gets done quickly and at a very competitive price.
Barbara MansourVolkswagen Golf IV
ClickMechanic was fantastic. The mechanic could come to us and, on top of that, it was well-priced.
Keith StainesAudi A4
Simply put, I have now used ClickMechanic twice and I will certainly use ClickMechanic again.