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Car Servicing, Repairs and MOT Testing in Oxford


We provide services from interim for the high mileage car user to a full service that covers all areas of essential maintenance so that you can enjoy trouble free motoring and reduce the chance of hidden costs further down the road.


Inside the engine or inside the cabin, we’re here to help you solve your car problems.

When it comes to general repairs and faults, we strongly suggest that customers explain the problem in as much detail as you can. If you can, include when the problem occurs, for example only when the engine is cold, or after the vehicle has been left standing, or when driving on certain road conditions then this will help with the diagnosis of the faults.

We have the ability to identify and fix all problems associated with engine diagnostics. Effective fault diagnostics enables us to quickly identify any problem, and ensures the correct part is ordered first time.

mot testing

Our fully licensed MOT test lane uses the latest equipment giving us the ability to test all makes and models of petrol and diesel cars and LCVs. This includes the equipment to comply with the 2009 diesel emissions regulation.

All UK cars three years old and over require a valid MOT certificate by law. An MOT is a standardised annual test, set by the Vehicle Inspectorate, to make sure your vehicle meets all the legal requirements for safe road use.

All Unipart Car Care Centres with fully licensed MOT test lanes can carry out MOTs on all makes and models.

An MOT is also the opportunity to check and advise you of any work or replacements that may require attention in the near future. This ensures you stay road safe and can plan for the future repairs, replacements and servicing requirements of your vehicle

Tyres & Wheel Balancing

Tyre Fitment

We have access to a huge selection of tyres to meet your needs and budget!

Wheel Balancing

If your wheels are not balanced correctly you may experience vibrations in the steering wheel, seat or floorboards. You may also suffer unnecessary and inconsistent tyre wear.

NB: Wheel balancing is not the same as wheel alignment.