Car Repairs
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Over 10,000 trusted garages to choose at discounted trade prices

Finding out your car has a fault can be daunting - but it doesn’t have to be hard to fix. With our revolutionary done-for-you system, you can sit back and relax, while we take care of everything.

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10,000 garages nationwide to choose from


Digital MotorEasy account with real time tracking of the ongoing work


Our engineers will search for the best parts and labour prices

  • No stress, no hassle - we deal directly with your chosen garage
  • Able to arrange collection AND delivery from your home or work
  • All repairs monitored by our team of top engineers
  • Commitment to shopping around for the best rates

Don’t want the hassle of dropping off your car?

Life can be busy, we know this, so we’re happy to arrange for it to be picked up and dropped off when the work has been completed, fitting everything around your day.

But it doesn’t stop there. We’re used to having control at our fingertips, so we’ve developed an online tracker that will allow you to keep an eye on your car’s progress from your phone or laptop. Your assigned engineer will also personally monitor the work and keep you updated every step of the way, so you can go about your day with peace of mind.

For full details of our Car Repair service, feel free to take a look at our Repair Plan Document

Forget about expensive repair costs

If you’re fed up with falling victim to expensive repairs and want to take back control, why not consider a car warranty?

With one of the best products on the market, you can feel safe in the knowledge that we’re on hand to take care of the hassle, as well as cover the cost should the unexpected happen.

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Do you have an issue that’s not mechanical?
Head to our cosmetic and alloys repairs page for more information on fixing scratches, dents and scuffs.

Car Repairs FAQs

Here are the answers to your most common car repairs questions:

There are many factors that are considered when a garage will quote for a repair. The main factor would be the area of damage. Minor damage such as dents should cost no more than £200, whereas a gearbox repair or engine repair could cost over £500.

A quote for repairs may vary depending on the type, location and severity of damage. Cosmetic damage will likely be less than £500 whereas structural damage meaning the car is not suitable for use may cost over £1000.

If you are the owner of the vehicle, then you have the right to choose where it is repaired after an accident. Your insurance provider may advise you to use certain mechanics but, in most cases, it is your choice.

The average hourly rate for a car repair is between £60 and £120 in the UK, depending on your location. This cost doesn't include any replacement parts that you may need. Our engineers search for cheaper parts and labour costs when handling repairs, meaning you get the best prices.

Car insurance providers use damage level categories to decide if a car can be repaired. Category A and B damage cannot be repaired, and the vehicle must be declared a total loss. Category S damage is structural, and the car can be repaired. Category N damage is cosmetic or electrical and may be repaired if the fault is not a severe electrical one.

If the repair cost is more than the value of your car, it’s not worth the repair. Your insurer will decide if the damage is so severe that the car needs to be written off. This is when MotorEasy GAP Insurance would step in to cover the difference between the insurers pay out, and what you initially paid for the vehicle (dependant on what type of GAP insurance you purchase).

Unless the scratches are caused by other damage on the vehicle, then they don’t need to be fixed. It is also your choice as to whether you’re happy with them left on the car or not. If you purchased MotorEasy Cosmetic Repair Insurance , they may be covered under your insurance and one of our repairers could fix them at your home or work. This is also useful if you lease the car as the dealer will want them to be repaired before you hand the vehicle back.

While some engine noises are common, sometimes a ticking noise is a sign of a problem. Common reasons for a ticking noise include low oil pressure, low oil level, an exhaust leak, bad spark plugs, or worn valves. To diagnose the issue properly, book your car into one of our approved garages of which we have 10,000 nationwide and let our engineers deal with the rest.

To diagnose your vehicle properly, you should book your car into one of our approved garages of which we have 10,000 nationwide and let our engineers deal with the rest. If you think there is an issue and want to claim on your warranty plan, then we will need to see a full diagnosis for the vehicle before we can approve any repair work.