Left = Before polishing Right = After Polishing

With a headlight like this your car would fail it's mot on an incorrect headlight beam image. Our polishing process will rejuvenate your headlights, not only enhancing the appearance of your vehicle but also saving you the cost of a new headlight to get it through it's mot

In this lovely hot weather you will want your air conditioning working properly! 
You might simply need an air-con recharge or service in order to keep your car cool and smelling lovely! 

Air-con recharge is only £42!

A customer brought in this tyre which blew out on the motorway! 

Just one of the many reasons you should get your tyres checked regularly for wear, damage and pressure!


A pure example of why you should have your cars pollen filter changed while servicing your car once a year. 

Not only is it bad for your car to have a dirty pollen filter but it is also bad for your health. The cabin air filter helps trap pollen, bacteria, dust and exhaust gases that may find their way into a vehicle’s air conditioning and heating and ventilation systems. The filter also prevents leaves, bugs and other debris from entering the heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) system. Particulate and exhaust fumes such as fine dust, diesel soot, pollen bacteria and nitrogen oxides enter the vehicle through the vents and concentrations of these toxic substances inside can be higher than at the side of the road in urban traffic conditions. A dirty or clogged cabin air filter can cause musty odors in the vehicle and cause contaminants to become so concentrated in the cabin that passengers actually breathe in more fumes and particles when riding in the car compared to walking down the street. A restricted cabin air filter can also impair airflow in the HVAC system, possibly causing interior heating and cooling problems, important for staying comfortable this winter. Over time, the heater and air conditioner may also become damaged by corrosion.

Do you realise how important changing your cambelt is? 
Failing to change your cambelt when it’s due could lead to catastrophic engine damage. The belt on the left is so worn that it’s very close to snapping and doing this. The picture on the right shows the replaced cambelt as it should look. If you’re not sure when your cambelt is due for replacement we can look this up for you on our autodata system or alternatively it should be written in your owners manual.

Checking your tyres isn't just about looking at the tread, make sure you check for cracking and perishes as in this case the cracks go right down to the cords. Taking a car with tyres like this onto the motorway could cause serious accidents.

NJM South West Ltd T/A TQ1 Mot Centre / One Berachah Road, Torquay, Devon TQ1 3AX / Company No: 8676137 / VAT No: 169515578