We are happy to announce that from 17th May, in line with government guidance, all our Dealers are fully open.
Please rest assured that the health and safety of our customers and staff is of the utmost importance to us and we are taking every care possible to protect us all.
In Dealerships, surfaces are being wiped down with disinfectant on a frequent basis and floor markings are in place to help keep a safe distance. Hand sanitizer is also available throughout the premises and all staff members are regularly washing their hands.
Technicians are all wearing gloves when in contact with your vehicle, a protective kit is being placed in every vehicle upon arrival and before you receive your car back it will be sanitised to the highest standard.
We wish our customers and their families our very best wishes. Please stay safe and well.
It will be great to see you again.
Whether it is tips to maintain your PEUGEOT at home, or booking your next service online, we have a host of solutions to keep you and your PEUGEOT safe on the road.
Should you require to book a service, our online booking facility is available 24/7 here.
YOUR SAFETY IS IMPORTANT TO US, if you do need to visit us, please be reassured of the steps we are taking to ensure your safety.
Our highly trained technicians wearing PPE will fit the necessary protective covers
On completion of work the same technician will drive the vehicle to the designated collection point and remove all protection covers.
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We want to ensure your PEUGEOT is returned as you would expect from the PEUGEOT experts. So not only do we follow our stringent safety protocol when your PEUGEOT is with us, we will carry out a complimentary vehicle disinfection with every booking.
If you do have some spare time on your hands, here are some handy tips of how to carry out some home maintenance on your PEUGEOT, so when you are ready to take to the road again, your PEUGEOT is too.
Tyres – Check condition, pressure, tread depth. The recommended pressure can be found on the vehicle’s tyre pressure plate or in the onboard vehicle literature. Pressure and condition will reduce naturally if the vehicle is not being used. The law requires car tyres to have a minimum tread depth of 1.6mm in a continuous band around the central three quarters of the tyre.
Oil – Check level and top up if required – see vehicle handbook for further details.
Fuel – Sometimes moisture can get into the fuel tank. To help stop this keep the fuel level topped up.
Screen wash – top up your washer supply with screen wash – the use of water alone can become stagnant over time and can also freeze during the cold winter months.
Battery – run the engine for a period each week to ensure a level of charge is maintained in the battery. Most batteries are sealed now so no need to top up electrolyte levels with distilled water. If your car is stored in a garage, please ensure you move the car outside before running.
Infrequent use of your Air Conditioning system can produce bacterial growth and unpleasant smells inside the car over time. Consider booking in for our Complete Anti-Bacterial Air Conditioning System Refresh.
Wiper blades – Check for cracking and splitting – you can order replacements via your local dealership.
Check exterior lights – its handy to keep some spare bulbs just in case you need to replace any.
Clean the exterior of your car, especially to remove “bird deposits” which can damage the vehicle’s paintwork.
Should you need any further help with your PEUGEOT do not forget we are Here for you. Find your nearest Dealership here.
PEUGEOT are here for you, keeping you mobile safely and responsibly.