Not a car expert? Problem with your car and you don’t know what’s wrong with it? Don’t worry you’ve come to the right place. At Collect Service Go we are equipped with only the latest diagnostic equipment and software. Using our equipment we can quickly and effectively identify the problems with your vehicle. Once an evaluation has been completed, our friendly staff will give you a call and advise you with suitable steps to getting your car/vehicle repaired.
Our garage is located in the heart of Hertfordshire and services the Potter Bar area. We offer free collection and delivery of your vehicle as an added benefit to our vehicle diagnostic service. We offer this service to a wide range of different vehicle brands including Volkswagen, Audi, Ford, Vauxhall, Seat, Mercedes Benz and many more.
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The diagnostics check will detect the problem when a warning light appears on your dashboard before more serious damage is caused. Engine Control Units (ECUs) are on-board computers in modern vehicles that continuously monitor the vehicle’s performance. Every sensor on the vehicle reports back to the ECU when there are problems such as low fluid levels or increased engine temperature. Error codes are generated when a problem is detected. Should this error code appear on your dashboard, it’s a fairly good indication that your next step should be booking in for a car diagnostic and service. Our team can quickly evaluate your vehicle’s problems and service it accordingly!
FREE Collection and Delivery
To make getting your car serviced as hassle-free as possible, we offer free collection and delivery as part of our car diagnostics and repairs service. Simply provide us with the address of your home, workplace or another convenient location in the Potters Bar area, and we will collect your vehicle and return it to you once the service is complete. It’s as easy as that!
Looking for a professional tyre check or replacement in Hertfordshire? It is important that you make sure your tyres are roadworthy – this is required by law since your tyres are the only part of your vehicle that touches the road. There can be severe consequences if you ignore the condition of your tyres and you put your own safety as well as the safety of others at risk.