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Great value service
"MOT booked in for 8.30. Got a call around lunchtime to pick it up. Good value."
"Car was serviced and when it needed new wheel bearings I was informed and the work completed during the same day (the car is 14 years old so extra work was expected). Car came back cleaned inside and out."
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"Work completed quickly and efficiently."
"Easy to book online. Honest assessment of issue (no work recommended at present). Friendly staff."
"I really like this garage, I feel confident in their work and advice and everyone is really pleasant and helpful, so I'm happy to leave my car there and happy to collect it again afterwards."
"Easy to deal with"
"Overall really happy with the service and MOT. Slight bump with the MOT not being able to be done on the day with the initial call being blamed on a family emergency in the garage, however when collecting it turned out it simply hadn’t been booked in. Aside from that, good loan car, was kept informed throughout and excellent value!"
"Very happy. Quick and helpful service."
"Car collected, all planned work reviewed and confirmed. Work done. Paid. Car returned. What could be simpler?"
"really easy to deal with, excellent communication and helpful staff"
When a car is moving over rough or uneven surfaces, shock absorbers help to stop the car bouncing or vibrating too much and ensure that the tyres have full contact with the road surface all the time.
Enormous demands are placed on certain parts of cars when being driven. Shock absorbers are found on a car’s suspension, where they take the strain of all the constant bouncing up and down of the vehicle. Most cars’ wheels also have them. Worn shock absorbers will affect the car’s handling and braking, which can reduce your safety.
Shock absorbers have a piston inside them that moves up and down in line with the suspension and, depending on the vehicle, hydraulic fluid or air chambers absorb the energy from the road caused by vibration.
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Interestingly, Volkswagen has three cars in the top 10 list of best-selling cars of all time - the Volkswagen Golf, the Beetle, and the Passat. Not bad, right?
Known for their reliability and value for money, VWs have long served as a reasonably priced little sibling to the more luxurious Audi, receiving excellent reviews across the board when it comes to the motoring press. You’d be hard pressed to find a range of cars as practical, safety-conscious, attractive and just generally good to drive as a Volkswagen.
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