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Castrol Magnatec (c3) engine oil, 5w 30, 4ltr - £20.74 delivered using code / £24.69 before code @ CarParts4Less
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£20.74 delivered with code ‘payday’ at checkout, usually £36.49, seems to be a very good price for a reputable brand of oil, this is the cheapest I can find this type of oil at the… Read more
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oooo 505 00 vw. Some audi a4 models req. 507 00
d4eps9 m ago

Does anyone know the difference between this one and the gold bottle? The …Does anyone know the difference between this one and the gold bottle? The Castrol website says 5w-30 but shows the gold bottle


Gold bottle is castrol edge, this is magnatec.
Below is taken from Sir Google:
'When the engine stops, oil normally drains off critical engine parts, but Castrol MAGNATEC's intelligent molecules don't. They cling to the engine like a magnet, providing an extra layer of protection. Castrol MAGNATEC's unique formulation protects from the moment you start, dramatically reducing* engine wear.'
Does anyone know the difference between this one and the gold bottle? The Castrol website says 5w-30 but shows the gold bottle
£28 in Halfords at the moment
Redex diesel Cleaner / petrol cleaner also availabe - £8.99 instore @ ASDA
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Great deal instore in my local asda. Three for the price of one! Get your engines cleaned up!
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This is now £4.50 at Asda
If they still have them when I next go in I will do.
What size bottles are these ?
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Jmed6 m ago

These were reduced to £2.25 for the 3 pack in Weymouth Asda.


Can you please send me a pic so i can get them reduced in my local store?
Euro car parts xmas sale - various discounts eg 40% Off Engine Oils / Filters - 50% Off Braking with code
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Use code XMAS17 to get money off on collection in stores. I believe they charge for delivery but still works out cheaper then buying on full price and then paying for delivery on t… Read more
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chuffedfox17th Dec

It depends on where else you're looking. That's why it's subjective. You …It depends on where else you're looking. That's why it's subjective. You can quite often get parts from a main dealer for less than ECP or GSF, so the point is that you're often only saving compared to their own "rrp", rather than the prices you'd pay elsewhere


"It depends on where else you're looking." - yes that's obviously the case with all deal seeking isn't it?
I'm saying the RRP (and subsequent discount off that) is irrelevant and as such you shouldn't be really bothered about it as ultimately it's the bottom line price you will pay. Main dealer, local motor factor, online supplier. I couldn't really care less where I source from as long as the deal is right. And that doesn't always mean it's the cheapest price that's the right deal.
SmokeBomb8 m ago

' "Saved" is subjective'. Hmmm. Regardless of how they market their …' "Saved" is subjective'. Hmmm. Regardless of how they market their products, you compare the price you're potentially going to pay them, with what you can buy for elsewhere and make a decision on who to purchase from based on price, quality & availability. I have used them before as I can save money by doing so and that's all that matters. Sometimes with the offers they run, you can buy at ridiculously low prices. I'm talking about things I actually need for my car like brake discs/pads and not clearance offers.


It depends on where else you're looking. That's why it's subjective. You can quite often get parts from a main dealer for less than ECP or GSF, so the point is that you're often only saving compared to their own "rrp", rather than the prices you'd pay elsewhere
chuffedfox13 h, 55 m ago

"Saved" is subjective.If you mean you got the prices cheaper using the …"Saved" is subjective.If you mean you got the prices cheaper using the code, then yes you would have. But the prices you paid were unlikely to be any less than you'd have paid for the same brand/part on anywhere else online. For some reason, Eurocarparts operate as two businesses - eurocarparts and carparts4less. Carparts4less tends to be the 'normal' prices, then Eurocarparts hawk out codes to "discount" the parts to around the same price.Even more confusing, some times they also list them on ebay under either name at different prices too.It's a bit different to the old business where they'd have the normal prices, and now and again you'd actually get a discount code which gave you an actual discount, not a fake discount that is so clearly advertised that they don't expect you not to use it - if that makes sense. I haven't voted either way on this, just voicing an annoyance with how they do things these days. The only good offers they tend to have is in their clearance section or some random bits that the codes don't apply to - I got 5litres of deionised water delivered for about £2 a while back!



' "Saved" is subjective'. Hmmm. Regardless of how they market their products, you compare the price you're potentially going to pay them, with what you can buy for elsewhere and make a decision on who to purchase from based on price, quality & availability. I have used them before as I can save money by doing so and that's all that matters. Sometimes with the offers they run, you can buy at ridiculously low prices. I'm talking about things I actually need for my car like brake discs/pads and not clearance offers.
ikskwizituk8 h, 26 m ago

ECP are generally cheap - with the constant flurry of codes. Every days a …ECP are generally cheap - with the constant flurry of codes. Every days a sale.


But it’s always cheaper at carpaets4less their other company.
YES!! I have been looking forward to their xmas sale all year!!!
Edited by: "mehmeh" 17th Dec 2017
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FACOM NS.1600F - 1/2" PNEUMATIC IMPACT WRENCH £104.99 -  toolsense
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This is serious bit of kit for its size 861NM Facom good quality tools from past experience. Friend had one for using on his car builds and couldn’t believe how much power this has… Read more
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you_gotta_be_kidding33 m ago

My 7.5hp screw compressor and 500lt reciever as well as 150lt of pipework …My 7.5hp screw compressor and 500lt reciever as well as 150lt of pipework would be just fine then


Yes, perfect......but just make sure you run that screw compressor hard or you will find that you get a condensation problem in the screw and oil and water mixing, resulting in screwed screw.
marty-40119 h, 17 m ago

127lt per min average air consumption = 4.5 cfm. So you would need at …127lt per min average air consumption = 4.5 cfm. So you would need at least a 9 cfm free air delivery compressor to run this gun for more than a few seconds at full power (depends on size of air receiver to a degree). But you need a pump that will keep up with its air demands....at least a 3 hp bare minimum.


My 7.5hp screw compressor and 500lt reciever as well as 150lt of pipework would be just fine then
marty-4014 h, 7 m ago

What you will find is that the figure you're quoting is the pumps air …What you will find is that the figure you're quoting is the pumps air displacement. What you need to look at is the free air delivery figure (usually around 3 cfm per hp on piston pumps). This figure is also only calculated at 1 bar working pressure so it will be lower again at around 8 bar. Here's a link if anyone need further advice https://www.airsupplies.co.uk/air-compressor-buying-guide


Runs my gun ok and one i have needs more than average 1/2 in gun
0scar2222 h, 11 m ago

Would think 3hp is plenty be about 14 cfm run my old gun off 3hp easy and …Would think 3hp is plenty be about 14 cfm run my old gun off 3hp easy and its lot more powerful gun than this oneProbley get away 2hp but not continusly


What you will find is that the figure you're quoting is the pumps air displacement. What you need to look at is the free air delivery figure (usually around 3 cfm per hp on piston pumps). This figure is also only calculated at 1 bar working pressure so it will be lower again at around 8 bar. Here's a link if anyone need further advice airsupplies.co.uk/air…ide
marty-4011 h, 5 m ago

127lt per min average air consumption = 4.5 com. So you would need at …127lt per min average air consumption = 4.5 com. So you would need at least a 9 com free air delivery compressor to run this gun for more than a few seconds at full power (depends on size of air receiver to a degree). But you need a pump that will keep up with its air demands....at least a 3 hp bare minimum.


Would think 3hp is plenty be about 14 cfm run my old gun off 3hp easy and its lot more powerful gun than this one
Probley get away 2hp but not continusly
Car Service - Over 200 Locations! £59 @ Wowcher / 247homerescue
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Just picked up a great deal on a car service for winter. Was going to pay almost £150 at a local dealer so well worth the saving.
The service is by National Tyres national.co.uk/bra…hes. Two main items changed will be Oil and Filter the other parts are test/inspection items.


Oil filter change
Oil change

Full tyre inspection
Tyre pressure check and top-up
TPMS check
Battery check
Oil level (should be correct as they changed it)
Coolant level
Brake fluid check
Overall condition check
Check tyres and rotation are correct
Check wheels are secure and torque settings correct
Check spare wheel is secure
Check locking wheel nut returned
Start-up engine and raise vehicle
Check all mountings, brackets and clamps are secure
Check manifold studs are secure
Block tail pipe and check for leaks
Tap baffle boxes to make sure nothing is loose
Check all completed brake work before wheels go back onto vehicle
Check all items are secure
Check brake fluid levels
Check for any cylinder leaks
Check handbrake and foot pedal
Carry out brake road test (5 mins driving)
Check all steering & suspension related nuts and bolts are secure
Check coil springs are bedded correctly
Check all mounts and gaiters are fitted correctly
Check steering wheel is centred
Check all tools are removed for unusual noise
Check all nuts are secure
Check rack gaiters are not twisted
Check steering wheel is aligned correctly
le_jaeger5 m ago

I'll scrimp on bog roll via HUKD. I'll scrimp rims on mobile phones via …I'll scrimp on bog roll via HUKD. I'll scrimp rims on mobile phones via HUKD. I'll even consider scrimping on johnnies via HUKD. But but letting someone "service" my pride and joy for £59... madnes


It depends...... I service my own cars, yet need a stamp in the book to validate my used car warranty and have evidence of servicing if I want to sell it on. £59 for a stamp in the book and an oil flush seems a good price to me.
I'll scrimp on bog roll via HUKD.

I'll scrimp on mobile phones via HUKD.

I'll even consider scrimping on johnnies via HUKD.

But but letting someone "service" my pride and joy for £59... madnes
Edited by: "le_jaeger" 20th Nov 2017
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Misslovely2 m ago

A local garage charge £15 to fit the part. Does this include parts?


I couldn't tell you probably best off giving them a call to be on the safe side!
A local garage charge £15 to fit the part.
Does this include parts?
Halfords 5 Piece Lifting Kit £40 Del or C+C @ Halfords Ebay
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Thought this was a fab deal when it was £42.50 with a 15% off code back in Sept, it's now down to £40 with Free Del or Free C+C @ Halfords Ebay Store. Excellent reviews & a bar… Read more
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I need 1 to lift my ST. Sumat come loose underneath. Yu reckon this would be suitable
I've owned this for about 6 years now.

To date the jack has lifted:

Toyota Estima (2 tons)
Rover 45 (made of cardboard)
Citroën C4 GP (made of foil)
Seat Arosa (toy car)
Renault Espace
Chrysler Grand Voyager (very heavy)

All of those have been lifted onto the axle stands on ALL of the different heights. The only thing that hasn't lasted so well is the chocks but that's because I forgot about them & ran them over, they still work tho.

I can't say if quality has changed in that time but all I can say is the quality of my set is superb & still going strong

Oh and if you jack on a structural point there's no need for any pads, happily lifted my cars with no damage that way.
Edited by: "Rich44" 7th Nov 2017
i agree with Norse

this is it's usual price. its not terrible for the price but it's not a great deal.
wishihadadonkey22 m ago

and yet it has excellent reviews on ebay & on the site



They don't all seem that happy...

"I should have read the reviews before making the purchase. The jack is awful, works well however it doesn't lift the car high enough to put the axle stands on, even at their lowest setting!!!! What is the point in that??"

"The axle stands have 3 height settings: 30cm, 35cm and 40cm. The jack has a maximum lift of 34cm. Can you see the problem here?
You can only lift the car onto the lowest setting!
On my vehicle (2009 Toyota), the 30cm setting doesn't even get the wheels off the ground, let alone allow me to slide around underneath the car on the creeper.
Check the specs for yourself before you waste your time and money!"

"I'm not the usual moaner you read in these reviews, in fact I rarely take the time to review anything good or bad, however this kit is no good for working actually under the car as it would suggest in the supporting material and quoted "The Halfords 5 piece Lifting Kit provides the products you will need for under car maintenance." the jack does not allow the car to raise above the first notch on the stands, at this height you can just slide under the car but not on the supplied dolly [I'm not particularly portly either]. You could use 'chocks' in conjunction with the jack but this isn't considered safe practice and you'd struggle to each the second Axel stand point. So in short, an excellent kit for safe wheel changes and very useful to swap onto winter wheels etc safely, but no good for under car works. Buy ramps instead."

"I bought this last week as I wanted to do service on my Mondeo, as I jacked the car the trolley jack started to slip and it couldn't jack it up properly as it was light itself so it ended up broken"

"I brought this as I had leant mine to a friend but need it . For the money I didn’t expect much but the jack isn’t capable of lifting the car high enough to use the axel stands on the lowest setting so had to get a different jack. So it was a waste of money"

"I bought this kit in Dec 2016. It was being sold for £40.
All the items in the kit are rather small and average quality. Perfectly reasonable for £40 but I dont think you'll be happy if you pay the current asking price of £75. My advice is make sure you get a very good look and feel before parting with you hard-earned."

"The jack would not lift my car from the ground even thought it was a 2 tone jack what is more than sufficient to do so. The Padded Car Creeper wheels are very bad quality and started to brake on the first use. The only good thing about this product was the stands seam to be what you would expect. Generaly I would not recommend this product down to its lack of quality it's just not up for the job."

"Bought for repairing my exhaust. Jack will only lift high enough to allow the first position of the axel stands to be used which is too low to allow under car work or to change the wheel. Had to revert to the supplied scissor jack for height. Axel stands are good but the chocks are only ok. Creeper was ok, cheaply made but adequate for the occasional DIY'er and why the cheaply made supplied wheel wrench? perhaps added as an after thought."

"The Jack is cheaply made and doesn't lift very high.
The chocks move around, not ideal!
The roller board is OK, my niece enjoyed scooting around the empty garage on it!
The Axle stands are good, the best bit of the kit.
There's a wheelbrace, don't know why as it's not needed for any of the other things in the kit."

"Good value for money BUT!!!! The jack is small and has such a short lifting height it is very hard to use and wouldn't jack up my punto using std jacking points!"

"I'd only reccomend this kit for working on vehicle in a garage with a perfectly flat floor, the jack barely got the wheels off the ground on my car and the axle stands are pretty short too which barely gives you spannering room.
The trolley has a set of dome headed screws in the middle which drag on the floor if you cross even the smallest indentation in the floor, unsurprisingly this makes maneuvering in and out from under the car difficult"

"It's not a high quality tool. you also need to buy a plastic pad separately to avoid damage under surface of your car."

"I brought this kit for the very thing it says it does - to lift my vehicle and work underneath it safely. Very disappointed. Trolley jack only lifts high enough for the first setting of the Axle stands which isn't enough to get under my standard VW Golf making the whole product pointless! How can you bundle a trolley jack that isn't high enough for the axle stands it comes with???!!! I'll be looking for a refund as it is unfit for purpose"


That's just a few of the less than happy reviewers on Halfords webiste, if you check motoring forums you will also see many saying to stay clear of this kit. Obviously, there are positive comments too, but I presume that many leaving these reviews are basing the praise on the price or don't know what a quality/safe or fit for purpose tool looks like. Up to you folks, but if you can have a look at a set instore first, my friend took his back for a refund.
Edited by: "Norse" 7th Nov 2017
Norse18 m ago

Seems like fair value (although it's frequently hovering around this …Seems like fair value (although it's frequently hovering around this price), but after I saw a friends there's no way I would get under any vehicle with this supporting the weight.


If you use the axle stands which are more than adequate you would be pretty safe. Never trust a jack on it's own, I've had a cheap jack bend. Fortunately I was using axle stands.
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CASTROL EDGE LONG LIFE ENGiNE OIL 5W30 4L £28.79 with code @ EuroCarParts
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Castrol edge long life 5w30 4Liter oil £28.79, just use the discont code: Spooky80
matthat1st Nov

do you have any recommendations of brands that you think better - at the …do you have any recommendations of brands that you think better - at the moment I have just been buying oil from asda as it is cheap (meets the LL-04 Spec for my BMW), I go through a lot as I change my oil every 10000 miles (+ it takes 6L) and now I have my daughters mini that needs the same?


Total Ineo Quartz 5w 30 can be had for £20 for 5 liters and it is what i use in my Audi S4. If you change only once a year get the long life its LL-04 spec too. Also good site for oil quality check is bobistheoilguy.com
benjefreys29th Oct

Assuming you know what you are talking about thats a correct statement if …Assuming you know what you are talking about thats a correct statement if you compare it to low quality oils. It not just about meeting a base specification i am talking above and beyond them. The set specifications by the car manufactures are based on a minimum threshold being met. Two brands can have same base specifications yet one of the oils is far superior. I dont really care what your opinion is so you can come back with a smart comment if it makes you feel better.



do you have any recommendations of brands that you think better - at the moment I have just been buying oil from asda as it is cheap (meets the LL-04 Spec for my BMW), I go through a lot as I change my oil every 10000 miles (+ it takes 6L) and now I have my daughters mini that needs the same?
madasafish4 h, 5 m ago

Have you done any research? Castrol's technical specification is far …Have you done any research? Castrol's technical specification is far better than most of its rivals...


Assuming you know what you are talking about thats a correct statement if you compare it to low quality oils.

It not just about meeting a base specification i am talking above and beyond them. The set specifications by the car manufactures are based on a minimum threshold being met. Two brands can have same base specifications yet one of the oils is far superior.

I dont really care what your opinion is so you can come back with a smart comment if it makes you feel better.
benjefreys2 h, 15 m ago

Guys not bashing Castrol but do your research there are other oil brands …Guys not bashing Castrol but do your research there are other oil brands that use higher grade materials for cheaper prices. They just do not have the marketing budget Castrol have to dominate the market.


Have you done any research? Castrol's technical specification is far better than most of its rivals...
Guys not bashing Castrol but do your research there are other oil brands that use higher grade materials for cheaper prices. They just do not have the marketing budget Castrol have to dominate the market.
Motaquip 10w40 Semi synthetic engine oil - £11.45 @ eBay / car_part_supermarket*
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Searched for this and can't find it anywhere cheaper, used this Ebay shop before and very reliable and excellent service
Good price, but a normal price on Ebay. Got one last week for the wife's car for the summer change, she drives lots of short trips, pretty bad for the oil.
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Thanks for the post - a couple ordered to stock up in garage
Thanks ford750, great find, 1 purchased , also noticed they have the 5w30 for £12.50

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better wuality than than the one off CP4les
Most stuff 5w30 now.... got a 5ltr semi-synth del from CP4Less for £10.75....
Laser 2196 Star / Torx Bit Set 1/4" 3/8" & 1/2"d 12pc - £5.51 (Prime) via Amazon
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Star bit set - usually around £20. Laser brand so good quality. Also includes a T47 - which I believe is for Vauxhall/Opal oil drain plugs and rarer than T45 (which is also inclu… Read more
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Looks like it was limited stock @ £5.51.

I received mine today.
as for quality I think laser are on par with draper for DIY sockets/bits.
hornetsam

£22.03????


Well they did say its usually around £20!
But they also said 'laser brand so good quality' and lost all credability.
Either way, not available.
£22.03????
Mobil 1 New Life 0W-40 Engine Oil 5L free P&P £18.78 @ Plumbing Supermarket / Amazon
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EXPIRED This is my SECOND attempt at a FIRST post. Super cheap deal on quality brand engine oil. Amazon themselves are selling at £33.78 at time of posting. You will need to cli… Read more
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Wow, sorry guys. That fizzled out super quick.

According to camelcamelcamel that started a couple of days ago on Friday 3rd.

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deal £37 now .... £31 or best offer on eBay five left item number 142267682765
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Concorde MOT Test £20 all year round
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Concorde Auto Centres offering cheapest MOTs I've seen, £20 all year round if you're anywhere near any of their branches: CAMBRIDGE COVENTRY LEICESTER NORTHAMPTON NORWICH PETERB… Read more
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Here's an idea.

People actually know what their car is and how it works before getting an MOT so you don't get mugged off.

My garage know I work on my own car, hence they have NO reason to fail it on rubbish.

You get what you deserve IMO.
oohflamey

Crikey, the tin foil hat brigade came out in force today



​No, basic economics.. something you'd have thought hukd members would of grasped..
Crikey, the tin foil hat brigade came out in force today
izzy25

and that is... ?


What is the average hourly rate at the garage ? What is the average time needed to carry out MOT test ? If any place offers £20 test(with all advertising included) they will look for extra income, simple... Only small trusted local garage is the place to go for MOT test, avoid all chain garages
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Council ones charge £50 odd and no free retest. So if there really is … Council ones charge £50 odd and no free retest. So if there really is something wrong with your car then that's £100 on testing plus the repairs cost! Surely best to give places like this a try and if you feel mugged off then go somewhere else for the work/second opinion. Keep searching for somewhere cheap you know is doing a proper job and you'll save hundreds/thousands in the long term!



why not just go to the council and get a 'proper' test and then have the option of repairs and a cheap retest elsewhere?

council tend to charge £38 .
50% off MOT / Free MOT with any Full/Major service at Halfords
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oddballjamie

States £65 on their website and on their Yell listing.You say 'various … States £65 on their website and on their Yell listing.You say 'various work', do they go hunting for work?



No, I have deliberately taken my car to them to have brake systems replaced, as well as other issues with my car that I myself have noticed and asked to be sorted. To give an idea on their honesty, I have taken a BMW 320d with a very noisy DMF to them, not knowing myself if it was on its way out, and they said that it was fine after a free inspection. I know the job will cost around £1200 to have done with genuine parts, so they could have easily fleeced me for it. And even at £65 its better than the OP's deal.
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I don't consider it a 'deal', as its always at that price. But the … I don't consider it a 'deal', as its always at that price. But the business is based in Dagenham and is called Motorized. I have taken my cars there for the last 6 years, for various work as well as my yearly service and MOT. I won't need to go there for the next 2 years due to having a lease vehicle, but cannot fault them.


States £65 on their website and on their Yell listing.
You say 'various work', do they go hunting for work?
EveshamLad

That sound like a really good deal, rich_1986. Could I ask for details of … That sound like a really good deal, rich_1986. Could I ask for details of that paricular garage you refer to.(You may even like to post it as deal of your own)



I don't consider it a 'deal', as its always at that price. But the business is based in Dagenham and is called Motorized. I have taken my cars there for the last 6 years, for various work as well as my yearly service and MOT. I won't need to go there for the next 2 years due to having a lease vehicle, but cannot fault them.
rich_1986

My local garage do MOT and services together for £45. Parts included. No … My local garage do MOT and services together for £45. Parts included. No messing about, excellent job, better than this rubbish. I'm sure most other people on here can claim the same.



That sound like a really good deal, rich_1986. Could I ask for details of that paricular garage you refer to.
(You may even like to post it as deal of your own)
My local garage do MOT and services together for £45. Parts included. No messing about, excellent job, better than this rubbish. I'm sure most other people on here can claim the same.
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