Daniel has over 12 years’ industry experience and provides affordable mobile auto repairs and servicing for all makes and models. He is honest, friendly, reliable and offers flexible and convenient options.
Daniel from Metropol Mobile Mechanics has been in the industry since 2008. His small, family business provides mobile mechanical repairs and servicing for all makes and models. His goal is to provide a flexible and convenient option, which is great value for money, and it costs no more for him to come to you.
Daniel is honest, friendly and reliable. Customers trust him because he always explains things clearly, so you know exactly what you are paying for. If any extra work needs doing, he will always get your approval so there are no nasty surprises. He can also come to you on a weekend if this is more convenient for you.
As long as a logbook service includes all of the manufacturer’s scheduled items and is carried out by qualified staff, you can have your car serviced wherever you like and it won’t void the warranty. Daniel will provide the same high-quality service as you would at a dealership, but without the price tag.
It doesn’t matter if you drive an old car, or you’ve just bought a brand new vehicle, regular servicing is important. It is a small investment towards longer term savings, reliability and safety.
• Extends the life of your car
• Reduces tyre wear
• Prevents small problems turning into big ones
• Improves fuel efficiency
• Saves money
• Ensures the safety of you & your passengers
• Maintains your car’s value
Metropol Mobile Mechanics offer a complete range of services for all makes and models. They use high-quality parts and are very competitive with their pricing. They have fewer overheads so you can have the convenience of a high-quality car service at your home or office without it costing more.
• Major & minor servicing
• New vehicle & logbook servicing
• Pre-purchase inspections
• All mechanical repairs
• Brake repairs
• Exhaust & shock absorbers
• Transmission servicing
• Engine diagnostics
• Batteries supplied & fitted
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