Dorking Service Centre Ltd ~ Trust my Garage Dorking 01306 747050

Welcome to Dorking Service Centre

Trust my Garage ~ Dorking

Dorking’s Premier Service, Repair and MOT Test Station

Each month our customer care team send out many reminders to our customers advising that their vehicle MOT or service is due. We have found that this is an excellent mechanism to ensure that the test or service can be planned for a time that suits. This courtesy reminder is well received by our customers and avoids that last minute rush, to stay legal.

We have five testers and two MOT bays; so we can always accommodate our customer’s requirements given adequate notice; there is no doubt that we are the premier MOT centre in this area. We never want to let you down, so please call and book your MOT.

Can you believe it? Since opening we have carried out over 21,000 MOT tests, helping keep our customer’s vehicles safe and road legal. July 2011

Tyres – Repair and Fitting

At Dorking Service Centre we repair, supply and fit tyres. With access to nationwide stocks, we can source specific makes and sizes of tyre as per your request or to meet the requirements set out by your vehicle’s manufacturer.

Air Conditioning

The growth in the penetration of air conditioning on new UK registered vehicles has been dramatic. While the sharpest rate of increase may be over, the trend is forecast to continue. This trend is progressively increasing the number of vehicles on our roads with air conditioning.

Dorking Service Centre is able to support their customers in the maintenance and repair of this vital area of technology. Many people do not realise that their air conditioning is in need of a service, the difference is often very noticeable. This service is not time consuming and can be done whilst you wait, shop or work – usually within the hour.

Wheel Alignment

On this vehicle, the front wheels are not aligned to the rear thrust line. This can happen from normal wear and stress, whether your vehicle has adjustable or non-adjustable rear suspension. To steer straight ahead, you would have to steer the front wheels slightly to the right. A common result would be that the vehicle would “dog track” and possibly “pull” to the side. Of course, the angles are exaggerated so you can see the condition more easily but it takes only a small misalignment to create problems.

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