You can compare garages in Bristol for any of the following services to find and book the best deal on your car’s maintenance:
|Air Con Regas
|Brake Fluid Replacement
|Shock Absorber Repair
If your car needs another repair or maintenance job that isn’t listed above, enter your reg and postcode below to compare labour rates from local garages to book an inspection.
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It has never been easier to compare garages in Bristol to find the best deal on your MOT, service or repair. No matter what you need, we’ve got the perfect garage for you.
It doesn’t get much easier than that. Find a highly-rated garage in Bristol today, no matter what maintenance your car needs.
You may be able to find mobile mechanics in Bristol through BookMyGarage. We have a growing number of mobile technicians on our system who can come to you and complete your repair work more conveniently than a traditional local garage.
If you struggle to find time to take your car into a garage for its annual maintenance, enter your reg and postcode to see if there are any mobile mechanics serving your area.
If you want to only compare prices for mobile mechanics, you can select ‘Show Only Mobile Garages’ from the toolbar on the left-hand side of the results page.
Bristol is famous for Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge, which is well worth a visit if you don’t happen to drive across it on your way into the city. There is a small toll on this Grade I listed structure which forms part of the B3129. If you suffer from vertigo don’t look down! The deep drop to the River Avon and Gorge is spectacular and changes with the tide.
In 2015, Bristol was the first UK city to win the European Green Capital award. It was also recently ranked as Britain's most sustainable city and became the UK’s first cycling city, due to its excellent network of cycle paths system.
Alongside a rich history and heritage, this idiosyncratic place abounds with sites to delight and entertain. An excess of unusual independent shops, an independent mayor and its own currency are testament to Bristol’s self-sufficient character. From bars on boats to art galleries in former toilets, not to mention a theatre in an old brewery, this is a spirited city that gave birth to the likes of Banksy and Wallace & Gromit. Street art is everywhere, and there are festivals dedicated to food, music, the arts and even hot air balloons.
Situated in a limestone area running from the Mendip Hills in the south to the Cotswolds in the northeast, Bristol is a great base for exploring the glorious surrounding countryside. A short drive will take you to the ancient woodlands and limestone grassland habitats of the Avon Gorge, and you’ll find castles, gardens and steam railways nearby, while Bath is just over a half hour’s cruise along the A4.
Bristol’s city centre is one of the most congested in the UK, so hiring a bike and using one of the three park and ride sites that serve the city might be a good plan.
The M4 and M5 motorways meet at the Almondsbury Interchange, north of the city, and connect Bristol with London and the north, east and west. The M32 then runs down from the M4 into the city centre. Watch out on the Almondsbury Interchange though. In heavy traffic, it can be a potential nightmare, with traffic coming from three different roads and a fair amount of lane confusion.