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Car servicing in central Tunbridge Wells

Close to the high street in the centre of Tunbridge Wells and only a 4 minute walk to the train station, we operate 6 workshop ramps plus state-of-the-art computer diagnostics equipment to provide a range of vehicle services suited to your budget and needs.

  • All popular makes and models serviced
  • Courtesy cars available
  • Free customer parking
  • Free forecourt checks and advice
  • Fully qualified technicians
  • Servicing while you shop
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The right service at the right time

Servicing your car is a necessity to keep long term costs at bay. An annual service, depending on mileage, keeps your car healthy and reduces the risk of parts seizing up and breaking. However, if it does not need doing or a smaller service would suffice, we'll tell you. At Miles, we never do anything to your car that is not necessary, unlike many main dealers.

Interim service
  • Replace your vehicle's oil and oil filter with approved parts
  • Check all important lubricant levels
  • Check all tyre pressures
  • Check all vehicle lights are in full working order
  • Check brake fluid integrity
Full service
  • Replace your vehicle's oil, oil filter, air filter, pollen filter and spark plugs with approved parts
  • Check all important lubricant levels
  • Check all tyre pressures
  • Check all vehicle lights are in full working order
  • Conduct a thorough brake check, including pads, discs and fluid
  • General condition of body
Replacement parts
  • Cambelt replacement
  • Clutch repairs
  • Brake repairs
  • Suspension
  • Tyre fitting
  • Exhaust repairs
  • Diagnostics
VOSA authorised MOT Testing Station
Motor Industry Code of Practice
Motor Retail Industry Federation

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