Salma's faith in garages is restored
Our winner this week is Salma Miah from Milton Keynes, who took her car to Quality Car Services near his area for his car service. Our winner this week is Salma Miah from Milton Keynes, who took her car to Quality Car Services near his area for his car service.
“I’m delighted with the win. I didn’t trust garages, and went to approved garages website to find a reliable one. The garage I found haven’t let me down and I will use them again. Really happy with the service and works provided by Quality Car Services, all courtesy of Approved Garages”
She has won £100 in Love2Shop vouchers for simply booking his car service online at www.approvedgarages.co.uk and finding a garage near him, to get his car serviced.
Automotive technology to know about before the release of the 66 plate this September
2016 has given us a wonderful array of new gadget and technology. We’ve seen a rapid advancement over the years, from wearable tech, wireless, NFC, waterproof devices, apps, drones, camera zoom technology and more.
Every new year brings with it fresh rumours of Apple products, Samsung software updates, the latest app crazes and the newest Sony camera phone quirks.
We’re still giving away £100 every week!
Approvedgarages.co.uk is a user-friendly website, which allows motorists to input their post code or location in order to find a garage nearest to them. The list of garages that appears on the user’s screen are fully vetted, use original car parts and follow a strict code of conduct to ensure the motorist is happy.
Bethan Davies wins £100 Love2shop vouchers
The next winner for the third week of September was chosen this week. The motorist chosen to receive £100 Love2shop vouchers is Bethan Davies from Leicestershire.
Garage network sponsor to help drive sport forward
Trusted national garage network Approved Garages is proud to announce the sponsorship agreement of the NERF Junior Premier League: an opportunity to help young footballers through their Regional Talent Centres and Central Venue Fixture programmes.