Blackheath Car & Van Servicing with Walsall Wood Service
Car and van servicing Blackheath is a regular necessity in order to keep your van or car in the most reliable condition possible. Each Blackheath van or car will have preset parameters and specific requirements that it needs to meet in order to work reliably as intended by the manufacturer.
A Blackheath service is far more than a method of optimising your van or car it is the perfect way to dispel any concerns whilst increasing the safety of you and each one of your passengers. Discover more about our car and van servicing below.
What is Blackheath Van or Car Servicing?
While less intense options are available, Walsall Wood Service always recommend choosing the Blackheath FULL SERVICE option, so the team can deliver the top most service on offer.
A Blackheath full service includes a long list of checks, which many drivers are completely unaware of. This can include and is not limited to:
⦁ Battery tests
⦁ Wheel alignments
⦁ Engine checks
⦁ Oil changes
⦁ Brake and suspension checks
⦁ Plus many, many more…
A West Midlands service can include more than FIFTY Blackheath individual checks, all of which are necessary to remain safe, efficient and in control. The time between vehicle services will be variable between make and model.
When Should a Blackheath Van & Car Be Serviced
A Blackheath van or car service, at the minimum, should be conducted as often as it says in the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations. The time between each vehicle check will be heavily influenced by the following points:
⦁ The age of the Blackheath vehicle
⦁ The make and model of the car or van
⦁ How the Blackheath vehicle is used
⦁ The vehicle’s annual mileage
It is our technical team’s professional opinion that can or van services are done more often than stated in the van or car’s user manual. The manual itself only accounts for the van or car’s specification when new, as it would be incredibly difficult to make individual manuals for each driver. Try to get your car or van serviced at least once between MOTs and more often as the car ages and the mileage increases.