With three ramps installed at our garage in Bishop Auckland and an ability to MOT and service both class 4 and class 7 vehicles, including light commercials, we’re always able to look after you here at ARC Binchester. We can offer a choice of interim, full and major services, all of which combine well to create the perfect servicing schedule to keep your car in top condition. We recommend an interim every 6 months or 6,000 miles, a full every 12 months or 12,000 miles and a major every 2 years or 24,000 miles, whichever comes sooner.
You’re in control during every MOT and service appointment thanks to our commitment to convenience. While you’re more than welcome to watch your MOT from our comfortable waiting room and enjoy refreshments and free WIFI, sometimes life can get in the way. That’s why we also offer local collection and delivery of your vehicle, a loan car and our customer drop-off service during your appointment. If any of these services would benefit you, just let us know when you make your booking!
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We’ve been in the industry over 35 years, so there’s very little we don’t know when it comes to an MOT and service. It also means we know exactly how to get the job done as quickly and efficiently as possible, so you don’t have to wait around. We always follow strict DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) guidelines to the letter, keeping you safe and your car in top condition for the year ahead. For a garage in Bishop Auckland that you can trust, book your next MOT and service with ARC Binchester, a safe pair of hands near you.
Why should your booking process be any less straightforward than the rest of your appointment? Well, with our online booking tool, that isn’t the case at all! All you need to do is enter your registration number, what MOT and service combination you’d like to book and when you’d like your appointment to be. After that, we’ll give you a call and confirm all the details except one. You’ll never have to enter any payment details until after all the work has been completed, so you always know exactly what you’re paying for.