Given the evolving situation with regards to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are taking the spread of Coronavirus very seriously.

We are carefully monitoring the situation and our overriding priority is the health and well-being of our staff and customers, and in any decisions we are making, these are our key considerations.

Where possible, we remain open as usual. Following the announcement from the Prime Minister on Monday 23rd March 2020, we are currently in the process of reviewing our position. We consider the services we provide to be essential for Transport, however clearly the scale of our service will be reviewed accordingly.

In the meantime, we are taking all the precautions we can to help prevent the spread of the virus:

Cleaning and Hygiene

Our team continue to be stringent around hygiene and cleaning regimes including thorough and frequent hand washing.

We have also increased the cleaning of our workshop, particularly for those areas touched regularly by team members and customers.

Our staff change gloves and wash hands between every vehicle.


We currently have no seating/standing waiting area.

However, if you wish to watch your MOT being carried out, we have a viewing area outside of the office or a waiting room located elsewhere onsite.

Thank you for your understanding during these challenging times.


Key Worker Statement

We are committed to supporting the Government and its position in response to the Coronavirus.

In line with Government guidance for schools, colleges and local communities on maintaining educational provision published on 19th March 2020*, we consider that our frontline staff involved in tyre distribution, vehicle maintenance and repair, MOT testing and other repairs fulfil the criteria of Key Workers and are critical to keeping the road transport network moving.

Many of our customers, both individuals and organisations, including emergency workers, teachers and those providing vital community services rely on us to ensure their vehicles are road worthy and safe.

Extract from Guidance for schools, colleges and local authorities on maintaining educational provision, published 19 March 2020:

“Transport: this includes those who will keep the air, water, road and rail passenger and freight transport modes operating during the COVID-19 response, including those working on transport systems through which supply chains pass.”