Located next to Barnetts Volkswagen on Largo Road, St Andrews.
We are proud to be able to offer online discounts to our customers
We always try to get our customers cars back on the road as soon as possible
We are very focussed on having happy customers
If your car needs a service or MOT then you've come to the right place. At St Andrews Service Centre we offer our customers a range of car servicing options to suit their needs. Situated on Largo Road in St Andrews we are ideally located if you live within the surrounding area and also offer a range of customer services including loan cars and pick-up and drop-off to make visiting us even easier
Along with our value servicing we also offer discount MOT's when booked at the same time as one of our vehicle services. So whether your car needs a minor service, an MOT or an Air-Con refresh why not let us take care of it for you. Just enter your registration number in the box above to see how much your next service will cost you at St Andrews Service Centre.
Save up to £20 on the cost of an MOT when booked at the same time as one of our service packages.
Refer a friend and if they book a service online we'll send you a discount for your next online booking.
We offer loan cars and if you book your service online you can also book a loan car at a reduced price.
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