Sheffield Car and Van Vehicle Servicing
Sheffield Car and Van Servicing
Sheffield Car Servicing
Regular servicing helps maintain your car's performance and keeps it running smoothly between MOT’s and reduces the risk of a breakdown. At DSA you can decide wether to have you car serviced at our DSA Autocentre in Sheffield or at home, work or a location of your choice by one of our mobile technicians. We offer different options for car servicing and a genuine alternative to expensive dealer servicing so why pay more?
Sheffield Van Servicing
We carry out servicing for our commercial customers with large van fleets. Van servicing can be carried out at our garage at DSA Autocentre or vans can be serviced at a location of your choice. Whether at your work place or at your clients workplace we can arrange to service your vans.
Cost of Servicing your car or van
We offer the following 3 distinct types servicing options depending on your needs.
Standard Service Safety Check, plus oil & filter replacement
Every 6 months or 6000 miles (whichever occurs first) The Interim Serive is a 6 monthly service helps maintain your vehicle and is recommended by the manufacturer.
Every 12 months or 12000 miles (whichever occurs first) The full annual service to help maintain the performance and safety of your vehicle. This service includes changing the engine oil, oil filter, air filter, pollen filter, fuel filter and spark plugs.
When is my car service due?
As a general rule of thumb it is recommended that your car receives a full service every 12,000 miles or every 12 months – whichever comes sooner.
Regular servicing can help to identify potential problems before they become real ones. Servicing will make sure that essential checks are carried out to critical vehicle components such as your braking system and suspension to make sure that these vital parts don't let you down when you need them most providing peace of mind that the vehicle is in road-worthy condition.
Failing to service your vehicle each year to save a few pounds really is a false economy. Regular servicing can help to identify issues early on that could later become costly and expensive to rectify. New oil and air filters make for a smoother running engine and a more fuel efficient car, while addressing issues such as under inflated tyres will reduce rolling resistance and improve fuel consumption. A car with evidence of regular servicing or a full service history is more attractive to the second hand car market maintaining the vehicles value and makes it more likely to attract potential buyers and sell for a higher price.