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Car MOTs, Servicing and Repair in Cheltenham

ABC Services as a responsible employer and member of the Cheltenham community are delighted to be reopening for business on Wednesday 27th May.

We will be fully COVID Complaint with full PPE and safe distancing.

We will be offering a FREE PICK UP and DELIVERY service for your vehicle within a 10 mile radius and will make your car or van fully clean and road legal.

After your vehicle has had a 2 month rest during lockdown you now need to make sure that it has a valid MOT and is still road legal. Whilst there has been a MOT extension you still need your car and van to be roadworthy - otherwise it will also effect your insurance.

Please just ring us now on 01242 525 555 or click on: https://www.abcservicescheltenham.co.uk/mot-cheltenham

We hope that this site will give you all the information you will need to fulfill your vehicle maintenance requirements, but please call our friendly service advisors directly if there is anything else you would like to discuss.

We like to keep you updated with useful information or interesting articles on our  News Articles page.

ABC Services are a family run business established in 1968 by our current Senior Partner Norman Badrock.

Demographically we are the largest independent vehicle repair specialists in the South West.

We provide a personal and tailored service for individuals, families and local & national businesses when it comes to vehicle repair and maintenance requirements. We believe that we offer our customers a hassle free service for their vehicles in an age when time is money.

Many loyal customers use us time after time because of our honest and upfront work ethics.

With an experienced team of 25 staff we can maintain your car without the need to go elsewhere.

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