Ford trained technicians and fully equipped workshops, complete with the latest diagnostic technology, along with our fully stocked Parts department ensure the work on your vehicle is both professional and efficient.
A while-u-wait, fast fit offer, that combines convenience, Ford quality and competitive prices on tyres, exhausts and other ‘wear and tear’ repairs for all makes. Whenever you bring your vehicle to our workshop you can choose to have a free, no-obligation Visual Health check. You will receive a written copy of the results of the check, which can then be used as a basis for scheduling any servicing, repairs or MoT work you may require.
Keep Moving with Ford Service
- Free UK and European Roadside Assistance
- Free FORD eCHECK
- Ford Accident Management, free to all drivers
- Comprehensive service and maintenance plans
- Use of quality Ford parts for added peace of mind
- Our Ford trained technicians use the latest diagnostic equipment and tools
- Independent quality checks are carried out by the RAC on any service and repair work
- Book your Ford Service online
- One Call for everything Ford 0203 564 4444.
Excellent Value Servicing
- Free Visual Health Check carried out on all vehicles
- Fixed-price Motorcraft+ servicing starting from £129
- Front wheel alignment/ tracking £19.95
- Reverse sensors fitted from £229
- Air conditioning service from £59.95
- All makes full service from £99
- MOT £44.95
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Tread depth is important to maintain good grip on wet roads but, as the tread wears down, the tyres will lose the ability of good grip. The ‘20p test’ is a quick way to check the tread depth. Place a 20p coin into the main tread grooves at three points across the tyre and then repeat around its circumference. If the outer band is visible, the tyres may be unsafe or illegal and need to be checked by a tyre professional.
Tyre pressure is equally important. Having the right pressure ensures the car handles as it should, reduces the risk of a sudden deflation and helps keep fuel consumption of the vehicle at its optimal level. The car manufacturer typically displays the correct pressures in the door shut or filler cap, but it can always be found in the owner’s manual or on TyreSafe’s pressure checker. Remember there are two pressures – one for normal loads and the other when fully laden.
While you’re checking pressures, it’s a good opportunity to have a look at the tyre’s condition. Tyres are never manufactured with lumps, bumps or objects sticking in them, so if you see any of these, you’ll need to have the tyre inspected. If objects like stones are wedged in the tread, remove them if you can.