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Brilliant price ,
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"Very happy with the service of the garage, kept upto date with what they were doing and did a good job of car. Would defiantly go back and use these guys."
Good service all round
"Always very good service here, work all carried out very professionally, I like the real world pricing. So many garages rip one off these days, this garage does not. Car is always promptly fixed and ready for collection fast. The online booking g works perfect and their is always plenty of communication"
All round excellent.
"An honest garage, professional, high standards, and I would definitely come back here for other mechanical work."
Fast, friendly service
"Garages are not always comfortable environments for women, but I felt fine here. They knew who I was, organized the work just as required - including the flexibility to add in a couple of things I had forgotten to mention when booking. They kept me informed, finished promptly and did a great job - even fixing the creaking drivers door that has been that way for so long I had forgotten it wasn’t normal! I will definitely use them again."
"Efficient friendly service. Kept up to date with work being carried out."
Always a good service
"Always do a good job and keep me informed if something needs additional work"
Very Good service
"I booked my car in for a service and MOT the price was the best price quoted, I took the car in at 10.30am and about 1pm the garage rang me to tell me I could collect my car, it had passed the MOT without any issues, I was so pleased as with many gagrages you are never sure if you can trust them any if they tell you that you need to spend 100's on repairs that are not needed."
"Prompt collection of car kept up to date and prompt return of car will definitely use CSP Auto's again"
"Extremely happy with the service - said it would be an hour and it was. Friendly, helpful staff."
Air conditioning in a car does two things; first, it controls the temperature of the air in the car, and second, it removes some of the moisture in the air, providing a stream of dry air in the car. This helps to keep the inside of the car comfortable, no matter what the weather is doing outside.
You’ve probably noticed that you can clear a misted-up windscreen much faster in a car with air-con than in one with only a normal ventilation system. That’s because the conditioned air blown over the windscreen is nice and dry, so it can absorb the dampness fogging your windscreen.
An air conditioning check ensures that your system is running efficiently by testing its pressure. A drop in the system pressure results in insufficient cool, dry air being circulated inside the car. The garage will take a temperature reading via the car’s air vents to see whether a recharge is needed. This involves removing all the old refrigerant gas, and oil and leak detecting dye, then cleaning the whole system to remove any moisture. When the system has been cleansed it will need to have new gas and dye put in, and will then be re-pressurised.
Saab is a currently inactive brand of automobile manufacturer, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a lot of Saabs still on the road. Founded in Sweden in 1945, the company is still the exclusive automobile royal warrant holder as appointed by the King of Sweden. So if you’re driving one, you’re in good royal company!
The first production model, the Saab 92, was launched in 1949. In 1968 the parent company merged with Scania-Vabis, and ten years later the Saab 900 was launched, eventually becoming Saab's best-selling model. In the mid-1980s the new Saab 9000 model also appeared. But after the company became a wholly owned GM subsidiary (and after struggling to avoid insolvency back in 2011), all vehicles under the Saab label were no longer manufactured after the summer of 2014.
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