- Monday 8:30 - 18:00
- Tuesday 8:30 - 18:00
- Wednesday 8:30 - 18:00
- Thursday 8:30 - 18:00
- Friday 8:30 - 18:00
- Saturday 9:00 - 13:00
- Sunday Closed
AMZ Motors Servicing & MOT
Service – The service chosen on your vehicle will change depending on your vehicle is new or old and make/model:
Basic Check – A basic service is a general service of your vehicle which is recommended every 6,000 miles or else every 6 months. A basic service is an oil change, oil filter change and an inspection of main components of the car. This includes an inspection of the brake pads, discs and calipers, tyre check for wear, light and various other checks.
The simple checks on your vehicle are to ensure that the vehicle owner is fully aware of what the car needs and to gather information for the owner as whether the results of the check are urgent.
Full Check – A full service is recommended every 12 months or every 12,000 miles. A full service includes an inspection on everything that is in a basic service plus a more in-depth check and additional intense checks.
A full service includes additional filter replacements such as an air filter, in-depth brake checks and overall checks on the engine. The choice of a full service is necessary if the owner thinks their car needs a thorough check.
Major Check – A major service is the most intense service of a vehicle and is recommended every 24 months or every 24,000 miles. A major service is much needed service that your vehicle will receive, it is overall check of all aspects of the vehicle because vehicles parts will have been fully used with wear and tear or potential damage over the years.
A major service will include a full service plus more intense inspection on spark plugs, brake fluid, suspension and fuel filters.
MOT – An MOT Test also known as a Ministry Of Transport Test is conducted annually for vehicle safety, road-worthiness aspects and exhaust emissions required in the UK for most vehicles over three years old in the Road Traffic Act 1988.
The annual inspection is required by law which follows a strict checklist of criteria set out by the DVSA.
This checklist determines whether your vehicle is fit for purpose and roadworthy conditions. Your vehicle may require additional work in order to pass an MOT Test.