Servicing, Diagnostics, General repairs...whatever your vehicle requires, Industry Auto Services can help. We specialise in Audi, VW, BMW and Mercedes and also service, check and repair all makes of cars from Alpha Romeo to Volvo! 1960 to currant date. We are also autherised to service and repair lease vehicles through our 1 Link system.

If you would like a quote first? No problem! Call us, and one of our trained, friendly team will be more than happy happy to help.

// Vehicle MOTs

// Tyres

// Diagnostics

// Exhausts

// Car Servicing

// Head gaskets

// Brakes

// Cambelts

// Clutches

// Suspension

// Air Conditioning

// Steering

// Gear boxes

// Repairs



We service, check and repair all makes of car:

// Alfa Romeo

// Audi

// BMW

// Chrysler

// Citreon

// Daewoo

// Fiat

// Ford

// Honda

// Hyundai

// Kia

// Landrover

// Lexus

// Mazda

// Mercedes

// MG

// Mini

// Nissan

// Peugeot

// Porsche

// Proton

// Renault

// Rover

// Saab

// Skoda

// Smart

// Subaru

// Suzuki

// Toyota

// Vauxhall

// Volkswagon

// Volvo

MOT's at Industry Auto Services

An MOT involves checking all areas of your vehicle, ensuring they meet the key legal requirements at the time of the MOT test. Having your MOT done at Industry Auto Services will make certain that

The vehicle body and structure is free from excessive corrosion, or damage in specific vehicle areas, and there are no sharp edges likely to cause injury.
The vehicle's fuel system is leak-free and the fuel cap fastens properly with a functioning seal. When The Garage perform your vehicle's test, you'll need to give us the locking fuel cap key for this test requirement .
The vehicle's exhaust meets exhaust emissions legal requirements, which are dependant on the age and fuel type of the vehicle.
The exhaust system is complete, secure, without  leaks and silences effectively with all hangers intact.
Seat belts are checked for type, condition, security and ease of operation with no fraying. All compulsory seat belts must be in place when the MOT Test is done.
Car or van seats are secure. Front and rear backseats can be secured in the upright position.
Doors latch securely in the closed position. The front doors of a vehicle must open from inside and outside. Rear doors may need to be opened to gain access to testable items.
Vehicle Mirrors are in the correct place, in good condition,secure and can be viewed through easily.
Brakes are in good working condition and the operation and performance (efficiency test) is satisfactory. Note: removal of the road wheels is not part of the test and brake must balance across an axle.
Tyres and wheels are in good condition; secure, the correct size and type, and the tread depth is 1.6mm or above. Spare tyres are not inspected as part of your MOT Test.
Vehicle registration plates are in good condition and secure and that the characters are correctly formed spaced and arnt likley to be mis read.
The car's lights are in good working condition and secure. Headlamps are tested for position ,aim and brightness .
The car or van bonnet securely locks in the closed position.
Wipers and washers work effectively, giving the driver a clear view of the road .
The vehicle windscreen is in good condition and the driver's view of the road is clear with no major chips or cracks.
The horn works correctly and is of a suitable type and pitch .
Steering and suspension are of satisfactory condition and operation with no split bushes or play with in the components.
The vehicle identification number (VIN) is on vehicles first used on or after 1 August 1980. Not more than one different VIN is displayed except on multi-stage build vehicles.

Timing Belt Fitting

We fit genuine  cambelts at an unbeatable price. The cambelt, or timing belt, is a key part of your engine, so peace of mind is vital. We only fit genuine parts, and they are backed by our no-quibble, 2 year warranty against mechanical failure. 

Having your timing belt fitted with us means

• Exact dealer specification matched - OE spec belt kits

• Consequential damage cover

How do I know my cambelt needs changing?

Changing a cambelt, or timing belt, is a critical part of cars engine. Neglect it, and you could end up having to spend thousands of pounds for a new engine or recondition of engine. The Volkswagen group, including VW, Audi, SEAT and Skoda engines, must have cambelts changed every 60,000 - 80,000 miles, or 4-5 years, depending on engine type. Your car's service manual will tell you when your car is due for a cambelt change. Alternatively, call us on 0114 2852265 and we'll let you know.

Three questions you should ask your self

1. Are you certain your cambelt has been changed at the correct time/mileage?

2. Are you sure your cambelt has been changed at all?

3. If you've just purchased your vehicle, has the previous owner supplied proof of a cambelt change at the correct time/mileage because if not failure can result in  engine damage and failure.

4. Your belt may have been changed but the pullys and water pump overlooked which means damage could still happen at any time.

Dont take the risk to any of these questions call us today for a quote on 0114 2852265

Warranty Work

If your vehicle is still covered under manufacturers warranty then we can still service it without invalidating the warranty. We have many customers who have taken advantage of this and they have saved far more than they could at the main dealers.

Due to a European law called 'Block Exemption', as long as your vehicle is serviced in accordance with the manufacturer's guidelines using the correct parts and oils your warranty is not affected.

Block Exemption Information

Previously, motorists were required to have their vehicle servicing and repairs at the main dealer so as not risk invalidating the vehicle's warranty. The EC Block Exemption Regulation 1400/2002 (October 2003) allows motorists more flexibility in selecting where they can get their car serviced.

Thanks to this legislation, maintenance and service work does not have to be done by the main dealer as long as  the garage uses Original Equipment 'Matching Quality' parts, and are recorded as such, and the garage follow the manufacturer's service schedules.

The Block Exemption Regulation (BER) covers service and maintenance during the warranty period and prohibits vehicle manufacturers’ warranties from including conditions that require:

all normal maintenance be provided within the vehicle manufacturer’s network
all parts used must be the manufacturer’s original spare parts
So what does this mean to the motorist?

BER safeguards free competition in aftermarket parts, repairs and services and will benefit motorists by reducing the cost of servicing through better labour rates and competitively priced parts.

For more information on this subject please feel free to visit the relevant government website on 'Block Exemption' or contact us and we will be happy to carry out the work – call us on 01142852265


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