All garages are part of EuroGarage, the international garage programme which boasts over 6500 garages in 20 countries across 2 continents.
Our garages are carefully selected. They are committed to following the AutoCare charter which meets the Trading Standards approved code of practice.
Our network of garages are mainly cheaper than the franchised dealer networks, whilst still servicing to the manufacturers specification and fitting Original Equipment or match quality replacement parts. Under this legislation you will not invalidate your warranty by taking your vehicle to an AutoCare garage.
AutoCare garages also offer experienced and fully trained and qualified technicians to work on your vehicle.
All AutoCare technicians are regularly trained with IMI accreditation on all courses, so they are experts in taking care of all makes of vehicles. We have over 76 training courses that AutoCare garage technicians benefit from, covering the very latest technology, including Electric & Plug-in Electric Vehicles (EV/PHEV), start stop and diagnostics to name but a few.
Any work carried out on your car will only be done using original equipment or match quality parts and lubricants. All our garages adhere to a strict code of conduct that meets Block Exemption Regulations (BER), meaning that you can have all work carried out by an AutoCare garage without invalidating your manufacturer’s warranty.
AutoCare is a network of over 700 independent service and repair garages throughout the UK. All garages are part of EuroGarage, this is an international garage programme which boasts over 6500 garages in 20 countries across 2 continents.
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