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Our service centre provides the following:

  • Vehicle servicing
  • Diagnostics 
  • Brakes
  • Tyres
  • 4 wheel alignment 
  • Misfuel repairs 
  • Air con regass 
  • Sat Nav supply and fit
  • Rear entertainment supply and fit
  • Parking sensors

All priced competitively and please don't hesitate to ask us to price match

Beat Your Main Dealer

We know that you want the peace of mind that your vehicle is being looked after to the high quality of a Dealership. But we also know that you don't want to pay Main Dealer prices, which are usually extortionate.

This is where we come in. We offer dealer-level service, diagnostics and facilities, but with the pride, attention to detail and – most importantly – the price of an Independent Garage.

It’s our job to be cheaper than the dealer! You can save up to 40% on dealer servicing and repairs.

Dealer specification parts, 1 year parts and labour warranty, we won’t be beaten!

Price Promise

Had a quote from another garage but want to take advantage of our dealer level expertise, parts and 12 months warranty?

No problem, get in touch and we’ll either beat it, price match it or certainly get as close as we can (we cant say fairer than that now can we?!)

Choose Your Vehicle

Whether you own an Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, MINI, SEAT, Škoda or VW, our fully trained technicians have many years experience servicing and maintaining the quality of your car.

 

  • The MOT Test is a legal requirement and is designed to examine the roadworthiness of your vehicle, it looks at some key items on your car to ensure that they meet the legal minimum requirements at the time of test.

    Please note an MOT is only a visual check! No parts of the vehicle are removed during the test, therefore an MOT certificate is not a guarantee of the general mechanical condition of a vehicle.

     

    Get your MOT from just £54.00

     

  • Exhausts

    Even the simple exhaust system has not escaped control by the automotive computer. In addition to performing its traditional functions of directing hazardous gases safely away from the vehicle’s occupants and reducing exhaust noises to acceptable levels, it has become a primary component in reducing automotive emissions.

     

    Exhaust System Maintenance Tips:

  • Drive Belts/Timing Belts


    Timing belt replacement is the “must-do” service operation which every car owner should know about. Along with that knowledge, we should be aware of whether our engine is considered an interference engine or not. These two bits of information can, at a minimum, save us from unexpected breakdown and in the extreme can help us avoid costly repairs.

  • RYDS Service Station offer a full Air Conditioning Service which includes:

    •     A full visual inspection
    •     Recharging refrigerant to recommended levels
    •     Adding fresh system oil
    •     Checking the operation of the air conditioning system
    •     Adding dye to check for potential leaks

    Book an Air Conditioning Service for only £90.00+vat

  • Wheel Alignment – it’s important!

    London’s roads are not car friendly…your every day journey to work, school or shopping means that you have to travel on those roads. As a result your car will experience bumps, cracks, potholes and speed humps, all of which causes wear and tear to your tyres, suspension and the correct alignment of your wheels.

  • Car suspension and steering systems are a basic but essential part of your vehicle. Car suspension endures a lot of wear and tear through pot holes and speed humps.

    After time this takes its toll and can easily damage the suspension and steering. Suspension parts that are worn can have a knock-on effect on parts such as tyres and other suspension parts and these can become dangerous, making the car illegal to drive.

  • As cars have become more advanced, the number of dashboard warning lights have increased significantly. An illuminated warning light means your vehicles has detected a potential fault, and the vehicles computer will have logged one or more diagnostic codes relating to the problem and turned on the warning light to alert you.