Coronavirus Update 25.03.2020 - Perkins Information
Good day to you all- We hope you are keeping safe and healthy at home. We have closed our doors from yesterday ( 24.03.2020) for initially the next three weeks and we will re-open when safe to do so.
Things you need to know so not to worry.
Ford - Subaru and MG vehicles that are still within manufacturer warranty and require a service within this time when it is not possible to have that service and maintenance work carried out NOW have some clarity.
MG - We have had direct contact from the manufacturer and all MG owners now have a 60 day and 2000 mile extention applied to their vehicles so if your service is due, then you dont have to worry about it for now. We have over 200 MG's that will be due to have routine servicing required within this period and when we are back up and running, we will continue to offer the FREE pick up and drop off service directly with you until we clear the backlog.
SUBARU - Again , we have direct contact with SUBARU UK and they have also offered a period that takes the worry away for you. No time or mileage restrictions here for now and we will offer the same FREE pick up and delivery until we clear the back log -There are over 100 Subaru cutomers of ours too that will require maintenance in this timeframe but dont worry - as soon as we are are fully open , we can clear the backlog failry quickly as all the technicians will be on overtime working to complete the outstanding works.
FORD - No official contact as yet but this is FORD and they are currently switching their attention to helping the emergency services with the continuous running of emergency service vehicles and many other roles that a company with such longevity and trust of the nation and government that only they can perform. We have confidence that Ford won't let either their valued customers or dealers down in this time of national emergency. The same FREE pick up and Delivery service will operate for ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS.
MOT DUE ? - Dont worry - We have just had notification this morning that " cars, vans and motorcycles due their MOT from March 30th 2020 will have their MOT extended by 6 months. This will continue until confirmed otherwise. This will allow vehicle owners to continue to be able to get to work where this absolutely cannot be done from home or do essential shopping. Vehicles must be kept in a roadworthy conditioin and drivers can be prosecuted if they drive an unsafe vehicle. "
Hope this helps our valued customers
Keep safe and see you soon
Piers Terry- Andrew Paine