Technician checking oil levelsServicing your car at regular intervals (every 10000 miles or 1 year) is the best possible way to maintain not only the engine but also the cars value and as such it is proven to be more economical to follow recommended service schedules than to bear the cost of major repairs. At Autologik we understand the importance of safety and your peace of mind as well as the need for minimal outlay, for this reason when we conduct a service we check all parts but only replace what is necessary, passing the saving directly to you. The links established with local suppliers mean we can offer very competitive rates on parts and again this benefits you the customer.  As a member of the Good Garage Scheme you can be sure that we conduct our servicing based on their strict guidelines, allowing you peace of mind that your vehicle is in the right hands.

We can conduct a full or part service on all makes and models using industry standard parts, all at our competitive rates, without skimping on quality. We offer 3 levels of service as follows:

Full Service (Required every 30000 miles or 3 years)

Interim Service (Required every 10000 miles or 1 year, excluding every 3rd year when a full service is recommended)

Fuel Saver Service (Recommended if well under 10000 miles has been reached within the year)

Due to the variation in parts prices for different makes and models we do not offer set rate servicing but are more than happy to offer a quote. We believe this protects you the customer as we only charge according to your exact requirements.

Please note we are able to offer more tailored services according to individual requirements, please contact us to discuss your particular needs.


Block Exemption Regulation

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.


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.