Thinking of selling your car? Here’s How to get your car ready to sell
Although it’s not the first thought you have when selling your car, fixing it up before selling it is worth some consideration.
To find out how to bring home the bacon when you sell your old ride, Approved Garages looks at various ways to increase the value of your car.
Simple Fixes - Reasons for failing your MOT test
Some of us get a little worried during the MOT test because we often ignore aspects of our car, that were not present before. When was the last time you had that squeaky screen wiper checked? Or when was the last time you cleaned your car?
Who can service a brand-new car?
Have you purchased a new car from a franchise dealer in the past three years? Were you told that service and repair work can only be carried out at your main dealer, or that your warranty would be void? Approved Garages sets the record straight.
Are cars over 100k miles worth buying?
While shopping for used cars, you’re sure to see low-mileage vehicles favoured in advertisements, as if high-mileage vehicles aren’t worth consideration. Online and around town, buyers tend to shy away from high-mileage vehicles on the grounds of their mileage alone.
How to keep your pets SAFE in your motor vehicle
Many of us, if not all, use our cars on a daily basis. We use them for our daily commute to work, do the school run in them, we run household errands in them, go shopping in them and even take the family out on a weekend in them.And for many pet lovers, our pets are family, and so we often hit the road with our canine companion and feline friend in the car.
Here are some safe and hassle-free ways to keep your pet safe whilst in the car with you:
AutoCare’s first six garages to complete IMI EV/PHEV Level 3
Congratulations to Edward Davies from Euro Car Services in Hereford, Rodney Mills from C & P Brookes in Kington, Stewart Moss from Ledbury Exhaust & MOT Test Centre in Ledbury, Carl Thursfield from Foley Auto Services in Hereford, Tom Creemer from Eardisley Auto Services Ltd in Hereford and Karl White from GKC Motors in Ross-on-Wye, who completed the IMI EV Level 3 on Thursday 19th April 2018, and are amongst the first technicians in the UK to be qualified to repair electric and plug in hybrid vehicles.
GROUPAUTO Head Office in Bradford is now an IMI Approved Centre
GROUPAUTO are thrilled to announce that they are now an IMI (Institute of the Motor Industry) passed an inspection and audit after passing the inspection and audit, as of the 1st April 2018 the GROUPAUTO head office in Bradford, is now officially an IMI (Institute of the Motor Industry) Approved Centre.