The correct tyre pressure for your vehicle depends on the make and model you are driving. The pressure for the front tyres is typically slightly higher than for the back, and you can find the manufacturer recommendations for pressure in your vehicle manual. Alternatively, many cars have a sticker on the sill of the driver or passenger door that advises on recommended tyre pressures.
Depending on whether your vehicle is undergoing an interim, full or major service, it can take anywhere between 90 minutes and four hours to be completed. Speak to our team when you book your appointment for an estimated time, or to order a courtesy car.
The cost of car servicing depends on the make, model and fuel type of your vehicle. It also depends on the type of service you need. In 2022, the average cost of an interim service was £110, while the average cost of a full service for a large car was £395*.
Most manufacturers recommend that cars of three years old or over are serviced every year or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. If you typically cover a lot of miles, it’s advisable to invest in interim servicing, which should take place at the six-month mark between your full services.
What’s included in your service depends on the type of service being carried out, but typically checks will be made on the oil and oil filter, lights, tyres, exhaust, brakes, bodywork and fluid levels. To find out more about what’s included in the service you are booking, speak to our team.