A newly-opened local autocentre has made a significant £40k investment into new state-of-the-art MOT test equipment as it continues to expand its offering to the local area.
Quick Lane, based at the new Reading Gateway Park, is now able to perform Class Four, Five and Seven MOT tests, catering for everything from small cars to vans, high-tops and even converted campervans. DVSA-approved and fully operational, Quick Lane’s new MOT bay also includes a recessed ramp which is raised from floor level, making it suitable for performance sports cars and vehicles with lowered suspensions.
The business, which only opened in Reading back in January this year, is also providing MOT reminders for customers, in addition to free of charge vehicle health checks to help local motorists keep their vehicles in the very best condition. MOTs are available during all opening hours with motorists able to book a test for the same day during quieter periods.
The recent investment is all part of Quick Lane’s ongoing goal to provide ‘convenience with confidence,’ putting the motorist at the heart of all operations. Through a combination of outstanding customer service, unrivalled technical expertise and state-of-the-art facilities, Quick Lane places every customer’s car in safe hands, delivering outstanding service for routine maintenance.
Martin Drake, Quick Lane Manager, Reading, commented: "Our investment into new, modern MOT facilities allows us to further broaden our service offering to local motorists. Since opening just six months ago, we are already busy working on both passenger and commercial vehicles, as we bring a fair, transparent and professional standard of service to the region‘s motorists."
To book an MOT or a service at Quick Lane Reading, please contact Martin Drake and his friendly team on 0118 321 7649, or visit www.quicklanereading.co.uk
"Our investment into new, modern MOT facilities allows us to further broaden our service offering to local motorists. "
Martin Drake, Quick Lane Manager, Reading
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