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Unit 3D, Park Road Industrial Estate, Barrow In Furness, Cumbria, LA14 4EQ    

01229 821302    

motbarrow@gmail.com    

Mon-Fri: 8:00am – 5:30pm    

           
Schedule Your Appointment 01229 821302          
Unit 3D, Park Road Industrial Estate, Barrow In Furness, Cumbria, LA14 4EQ    

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FREELANCE MECHANICS

MOT & Vehicle Repair Specialist in Barrow-in-Furness

Official BHP UK

ECU Remapping Agent

ECU Remapping & Car Tuning Specialist in Barrow-in-Furness

AA & RAC Approved

Non-Fault Accident Repair

Non-Fault Accident Repair Specialist in Barrow-in-Furness

A Growing Independent Garage

We aim to earn your trust and have a long term relationship with you
About Freelance Mechanics
About Freelance Mechanics

Freelance Mechanics operates a growing independent garage which has gained an excellent reputation throughout Barrow in Furness for offering honest and helpful services for all car repairs and vehicle servicing. Whatever make and model of car you own, our expert mechanics can provide a reliable and efficient repair, servicing, or maintenance to ensure that your vehicle is performing at its best.

As an AA and RAC approved garage, we are committed to the ethos and quality-driven criteria of those long-standing institutions for your complete peace of mind.

Our excellent customer service policy means we only carry out work and fit parts that are essential to the well being of your vehicle, and we will always check with you prior to undertaking any work. Our aim is to have you back on the road with minimum delay and inconvenience. We can collect or recover your vehicle, loan you a courtesy car, and even drive you to work after you drop your vehicle off.

Advantages
We Make It Easy

We can collect or recover your vehicle, loan you a courtesy car, and even drive you to work after you drop your vehicle off.

OEM Factory Parts Warranty

When repairing vehicles, we only use OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts to ensure maximum compatibility with your vehicle.

Fair And Transparent Pricing

We offer fair and transparent pricing and provide estimates upfront. You can even spread the cost of your repairs using our payment assist option.

Happiness Guaranteed

With hundreds of reviews and an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars, you can have peace of mind knowing that you're in safe hands when you choose us.

Additional

    • Cambelts
    • Batteries
    • Vehicle Collection
    • Vehicle Delivery
    • Repairs
    • Servicing
    • MOTs
    • Clutch Replacement
    • Engine Management
    • ECU Remapping
    • Mechanical Repairs
    • Wheel Alignment
    • Air Conditioning
    • Brakes
    • Tyres
    • Safety Checks
    • Engine Diagnostics
    • Shock Absorbers
    • Wheel Balancing
    • Filters
    • Oil Change
    • Exhausts
+ More Services

Courtesy Cars Available

Freelance Mechanics are happy to offer you a courtesy car if you need one while we are working on your vehicle. For more information, please feel free to contact us any time.

01229 821302

Customer Reviews

A very professional and friendly garage. A high standard of work at a fraction of the price of main dealers. Been using this garage for circa 10 years now and I will continue to do so with all my high performance cars. Very trustworthy mechanics and always happy to help.

– Ross Wardman, Barrow-in-Furness
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Auto Maintenance FAQs

How often should I get my oil changed?
As a general rule, you should change your engine oil every 3,000-5,000 miles or approximately every six months. Depending on your car's age, oil type and driving conditions, you may be able to change the oil every 7,500-10,000 miles.
How often do I need to MOT my vehicle?
The MOT test checks that your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards. You must get an MOT for your vehicle by either the third anniversary of its registration or by the anniversary of its last MOT if it's over 3 years old. You can be fined up to £1,000 for driving a vehicle without a valid MOT.
When should my tyres be replaced and not repaired?
In certain situations it may be advisable to fit a new tyre as opposed to repairing the current one. For example, if the tread depth is illegal (less than 1.6mm across the central 75% of the tyre), if there is evidence of deterioration or damage (like exposed cords or bead damage) or if a poor quality repair has been carried out on the tyre previously. Tyres will always be thoroughly checked before a repair is carried out.
How long should wiper blades last?
Wiper blades are designed to last between six months and a year, depending on a number of factors such as usage, environment, and the quality of the blades themselves. As soon as you notice a decline in visibility, wiper blades should be changed.
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