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As autumn brings darker days and rain, don’t neglect your visibility. Book in for a vehicle health check with us.


Bosch Car Service is a network of independent garages delivering high quality vehicle servicing, maintenance, and repairs for all makes and models.
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September is one of the busiest months for MOT tests!

Ensure you get a booking convenient to you by booking early.


It’s new registration time of year again… Look out for new ’71 plates!

When will you see one first?

Remember… Even on a new car… You maintain your manufacturer’s warranty when you vehicle is serviced with us. 👍


New car sales plunge to lowest July level since 1998: Flood of demand bottlenecked by global chip shortage causing a drip of deliveries

  • Despite massive demand for new cars, registrations fell 29.5% annually
  • Sales of new motors is behind the 10-year average by 22.3%, say official stats
  • Experts point out that the data is not truly reflective of consumer appetite
  • Shortage of computer chips means manufacturers can’t supply enough new models to keep up with demand, and the issue will continue throughout 2021

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Happy Bank Holiday Monday!

Remember, if you’re travelling this bank holiday to adjust your tyre pressures accordingly.


As we head into Autumn, remember to take care of any vehicle maintenance due / overdue.

In the colder months your vehicles battery is put under greater load and if it’s low on health, more likely to let you down. Contact us for a battery health check today!


Stalling new car deliveries push sales of used motors to record highs – and drivers are having to pay more than ever for second-hand vehicles

  • Some 2,167,504 second-hand motors changed hands in months April to June
  • It’s the highest Q2 used sales on record and second biggest quarter in history
  • Computer chip shortage causing a bottleneck for new car deliveries is pushing used values higher as more drivers are turning to the used market 

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In a country where we can have such unpredictable weather it’s important not to forget about your tyres in the summer months.
When tyres are below 3mm of tread (approx. when tyres would be advised on an MOT), their water clearly efficiency is significantly reduced!
Remember to think Tyres this summer!


We are all ready to get back to normal. Is your car ready?

👍 Service
👍 Air Con
👍 Brakes
👍 Tyres

Choose us! For everything your car needs.


August & September is peak MOT season – so ensure you get booked in with us in plenty of time!


In 1921, a Bosch Car Service workshop might have looked a bit different, but the expectation of providing our customers with the best possible service has stayed the same.
Celebrating 100 years of Bosch Car Service in 2021.


The great British staycation!
As we all plan some well-earned relaxation time for the summer, check that your Air Conditioning is up for the trip!
It is recommended that you A/C should be serviced every 2 years. Regularly servicing is important to maintain efficiency and reduce harmful bacteria in your A/C system. Book in for an Air Con service before your trip.


Did you know? You can have your vehicle serviced with us and it won’t affect your manufacturer’s warranty.
We take pride in our work and carry out all service and maintenance work in accordance with manufacturer specification. Trust us to look after your vehicle!


As we all gear up for the final restrictions to lift it’s important to ensure our car is ready!

Book in with us for vehicle health check to ensure your car is up for the release.

Many people have not used their vehicles much during lockdown and they may be overdue some TLC!


Petrol is changing to E10!

This summer, motorists across the country will start to see the standard (95 octane, often branded as ‘unleaded’) petrol grade in the UK become E10.

E10 petrol contains up to 10% ethanol, current petrol contains up to 5% ethanol (referred to as E5). E5 will continue to be available in some forecourts in super grade (97+ octane).

A small number of vehicles (around 5%) will not be able use the E10 fuel. Petrol vehicles not compatible with E10 will need to keep using E5 petrol, which will remain available in the ‘super’ grade of petrol (97+ octane).

Motorists can check online

The Department for Transport has introduced an online GOV.UK E10 vehicle compatibility checker which motorists can use to find out if their car, motorcycle or moped can use E10 fuel.

Find out more about E10 fuel

E10 is one simple step to help motorists reduce the environmental impact of every journey they take, through reducing carbon emissions.

You can visit the E10 fuel explained guidance on GOV.UK to get more information.

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