New Senior Technician!

Posted on Jan 16, 2018

We would like to welcome Paul to our team. Paul comes with a wealth of experience and is a VAG (Volkswagen Group) senior technician, and Mazda Master Technician.

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Christmas Opening Hours!

Posted on Nov 6, 2017

We will be open over some of the Christmas period! Week commencing 17th December normal hours 8am – 6pm Monday to Friday. Saturday 23rd December Closed. Sunday 24th December Closed. Monday 25th December Closed. Tuesday 26th December Closed. Wednesday 27th December 8am – 5.30pm. Thursday 28th December 8am – 5.30pm. Friday 29th December 8am – 5.30pm Saturday 30th December Closed. Sunday 31st December Closed. Monday 1st January 2018 Closed. Re-open Tuesday 2nd January 2018 normal hours 8am – 6pm. Wishing all our Customers, Suppliers, Partners and Staff a very happy Christmas and a Prosperous New...

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New Courtesy Car

Posted on Aug 1, 2017

New Courtesy car a C3 so a bit bigger than our C1’s, book early to avoid...

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Posted on Apr 22, 2017

We are now open on Saturday’s 8.30am till 12 noon  (However we are closed on Saturdays where a bank holiday weekend falls)

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Christmas Opening

Posted on Dec 14, 2016

Open normal hours Monday 19th – Thursday 22nd 8am-6pm Friday 23rd December 8am-12pm. Closed 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th December. Re-open Wednesday 28th, 29th and 30th December 8am-4pm. Closed 31st December, 1st and 2nd January. Re-open 3rd January normal hours 8am-6pm. Wishing all our Customers, Suppliers, Partners and Staff a very happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year.

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Missed your MOT Date?

Posted on May 4, 2016

Every car owner in the UK has to take their vehicle to a VOSA approved garage for an annual MOT. The exception lies with new cars that do not need an MOT for the first three years. It is up to the driver to remember and book the MOT, as unlike tax, no reminder is sent and this is where problems can occur. Unless you make a diary note a year in advance, it is easy to let the date pass. Driving on public roads without a current MOT certificate is against the law and if you are stopped by the police, you may be fined, receive points or have your vehicle removed. The exception is if you have a pre-booked MOT and you are driving to that appointment. The lack of a current MOT can also invalidate your insurance, so you could be facing an unexpected bill if an incident should occur. It is also necessary to have a current MOT certificate in order to tax your vehicle. Failure to tax your car is another reason why you could be stopped, fined and possibly have your car confiscated. All in all, it really isn’t worth avoiding. If you are unsure when your MOT is due, it’s time to go and check your paperwork now. Your last MOT certificate will include a renewal date. If it has passed, you should book an MOT as soon as possible and not drive your car again until it has passed. If your vehicle doesn’t pass, you shouldn’t drive it until the necessary work has been carried out. What happens in an MOT? An MOT is a check to ensure that your vehicle is roadworthy and compliant with legal requirements. There is a standard set of DVSA guidelines, which every MOT garage has to follow as part of the MOT process, so the checks will be the same, no matter where your car is booked in for an MOT. If your car should fail, the garage must detail the issue and should advise you on what needs to be done in order to rectify the problem. They may offer to undertake the work for you then and there, although if your current MOT is still valid, you can chose to take your car to another garage. Once the work has been carried out, a retest is essential before an MOT certificate can be presented. If you are looking for a reliable garage to undertake your MOT, Holmer Green Service Centre has the expertise and equipment to assist. What Checks are Made in an MOT? The MOT guidelines include checks on the Vehicle Identification Number,...

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