As Europe’s largest independently owned car retailer, Arnold Clark has 150 dedicated service centres across the UK.
Our expert technicians use the latest technology to make sure your car is serviced to the highest standard – and that you’re taken care of, too.
Peace of mind is all yours. Arnold Clark offers a range of aftercare products to give your vehicle total protection.
We offer a huge range of free extras, from health checks to puncture repairs. Just ask us next time your car is in for a service or MOT.
Every vehicle is different, so what our technicians check depends on the type of service you require. You can find out more here.
It’s important that tyres are inflated to the correct pressure. This optimises your vehicle’s performance and keeps you safe. Check out our video on how to check your tyre pressures.
It’s essential that you have the correct oil for your car, and that it’s at the correct level.
An MOT is designed to check that your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards. Unfortunately, from time to time, vehicles fail to meet them. Here's what to do.
How often your vehicle is serviced varies by make and model. Many vehicles notify the driver when their service is due by a warning light appearing on the dashboard. You can also consult your vehicle handbook to check when your servicing is required. If you have any questions about servicing please contact your local Arnold Clark Service Centre.
Oil is vital to keep every part of your engine working well. Heat from the engine can break down the oil and if it becomes too thin, certain engine components will wear out fast.
Over time, your vehicle’s air filter can become clogged up with dust and dirt, reducing your engine’s horsepower. Air filter replacement depends how many miles you drive, but it’s good to have it checked regularly.
A number of factors impact on how long your brake pads last such as:
Driving style, vehicle weight and quality all have an impact on how long brake pads last. Many vehicles now come with a built-in wear monitor.
The quality of your tyres are crucial to your safety on the road and their life expectancy depends on many factors such as how you drive, road conditions and the brand of tyres you choose.
The minimum legal tread depth for passenger cars is 1.6mm in a continuous band around the central three quarters of the tyre.
Don’t rely on guesswork. Watch our video showing you how to check your tyre tread. Or why not bring your car into your local Arnold Clark branch and we’ll check your tyres for free?