Engine Management, Downend - Westerleigh Car Centre Ltd

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Engine Management



Due to retirement, we will shortly have a vacancy for a receptionist, general assistant, capable of selling vehicles, you will be assisting our workshops in the day to day operation, you will be dealing with the public, plus our business customers, a good all round knowledge of our industry is essential, the position may suit an individual who has experience in different areas of the motor trade. You will need a clean, and current driving licence. You will need to be versatile, and able to deal in many different areas of our business. This is a full time position working 40 hours per week, salary will depend on experience. Please send a cv with your experience and salary expectations to the following
Email info@w-c-c.co.uk
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Well today was fun,how many of you could not pull away this morning,guess how many phone calls we had regards brakes frozen on 15 😀
Generally caused by water freezing in the handbrake cables between the outer covering and the inner cables.
The only solutions are replacement cables,or wait until the temperature-rises🙏🏻
And tomorrow apparently it is to going to get much colder👍
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3 weeks ago

Westerleigh Car Centre

The MOT is getting harder from May 2018 with added issues becoming a failure.Getting a lot stricter with m.o.t ... See MoreSee Less

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The scary thing Mike,we cannot stop a person driving a dangerous vehicle from a garage.Yet a car,van,minibus can cause just as much carnage as a lorry.

I posted that yesterday, it is getting strict but yet there are still dodgy garages out there, but reverse light , engine light , brake fluid come on, the mot tester mose as well do a full service, that is what i check for not the tester!!!!!!!!

Do you not think it's about time a GV9 type Prohibition was introduced for Class 4 ( and more ) ? As I see it there's nothing stopping a dangerous vehicle being driven from the testing station. At least a heavy would need recovering from the testing station after a major fail..