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Selected Accident Repair centres are now reopening

As we begin reopening, 20 Accident Repair centres are now open.

As we begin the first phase of our reopening, 16 Accident Repair centres are now open.

As we begin the first phase of our reopening, 16 Accident Repair centres are now open.

We’re pleased to announce that 20 Accident Repair centres are now open with new safe processes in place. You can see the full list below/here and more will be added in the coming weeks.

Branches will be operating by appointment only with reduced staff to comply with social distancing and our new opening times will be 08:00 –17:30, Monday to Friday.

What we’re doing to keep you safe

In line with government regulations, we’ve introduced a few changes to streamline our processes, minimise contact and keep everyone safe.

As well as social distancing and sanitisation measures, we’ve also changed our drop-off and collection processes to minimise the time you spend in the branch and protect the wellbeing of customers and employees. Your keys will be sanitised and placed into a tray for you to collect and all vehicle touchpoints will be disinfected before and after use.

Please note that visits to the branch will be by appointment only and you can book an appointment by calling any of the Accident Repairs centres listed below.

We look forward to welcoming you back.

The following branches are now open:

Scotland

  • Aberdeen

  • Ayr Ford

  • Bishopbriggs Renault (Glasgow)

  • Dundee Renault

  • East Kilbride Coachbuilders/Rental

  • Edinburgh Ratho

  • Edinburgh Seafield Motorstore

  • Glasgow Kilbirnie Street

  • Greenock Ford

  • Inverness

  • Kirkcaldy Kia

  • Motherwell Motorstore

  • Paisley

England

  • Carlisle Ford

  • Newcastle Scotswood Road Ford

  • Newcastle Shiremoor Ford

  • Northwich Vauxhall

  • Nottingham Motorstore

  • St Helens Renault

  • Warrington

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