Take the hassle out of getting your car serviced. Get a fixed price up front and our mechanics come to you.
"I was very cautious about using ClickMechanic, I should not have been. The service was just what I would have wished for and my car was fixed at my place of work. Highly recommended." - Sara A. Stickley
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.
Our mechanics will come to you. There's no need to spend your weekend hanging around a garage to get your car serviced.
A Full or Major 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 service also includes replacements for your pollen filter and spark plugs. We recommend a Major Service at least every two years, however many vehicles will need a full service more frequently.
An Interim Service (also known as a Minor Service) is a lighter variation of a Full Service, and lasts one hour (45 minutes less than our Full Service). It contains many of the checks carried out during a Full Service, but does not include much of the work under the bonnet and on the underside of the car (i.e. Auxiliary drive belt, battery level and air filter checks).
A Scheduled Service (sometimes called an Interval Service) is service carried out according to the service intervals and procedures set out by the manufacturer in the vehicle's service schedule. Most manufacturers require this service schedule to be followed to preserve the original warranty. The exact checks and replacements will usually depend on the mileage and age of the vehicle.
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.