We service all makes and models...
We don't believe that your car should cost you a fortune when it needs repairing. At Litherland Tyres Ltd we make sure your costs remain low but the work is of a high standard.
Car Repairs & Servicing
We provide car repairs and services in Liverpool at affordable prices. By working with a range of suppliers and a highly experienced team we make sure we can fix your car to a high standard. Being members of the Motor Industry Code of Practice for Service and Repair; we are committed to an open, transparent and fair method of business, aiming to maintain consistently high standards across the industry.
Not only are these parts essential to the safety of your driving if they start to fail not only can they impair the car’s performance but they may lead to you failing your MOT.
We provide interim services 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 lessen the chance of hidden costs further down the road. Ask one of our team for the best service package to suit your needs.
Your clutch enables you to connect and control the power of the engine to your gearbox – and then to create motion. It’s essential that it is working correctly and that wear is monitored.
Using tools from SUN and SNAP ON we have the ability to identify and fix all problems associated with engine diagnostics. Effective fault diagnostics enable us to quickly identify any problem, and ensure the correct part is ordered first time.
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.
If your wheels are not aligned correctly you may experience: uneven or rapid tyre wear, drifting away from a straight line or a steering wheel that is not at the 12 o’clock position when driving straight.
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.