Courtesy Vehicles

Here at Birway we understand that sometimes you just can’t be without transport. That’s why we have a number of new courtesy vehicles available at no additional cost whilst we have your car in for maintenance or repair.

Whether its a small vehicle, family sized car or a van for commercial use we can provide you with a clean and reliable vehicle for the interim period that yours is in our garage, subject to availability. Please ask our staff for details on courtesy vehicles when you next book your vehicle in and we will try to accommodate your requirement.

Book Your Car In For A Service Or Repair

Call us on: 01902 609 579 / 631514

 

Or click on the link below, fill your details in on the form and we will get back to you as soon as possible

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Accreditations

Motor Industry Code of Practice – Rate this Garage

At Birway we subscribe to the Motor Industry Code Of Practice. You can Rate our Garage by completing a short survey on the Motor Codes website below

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