Your car’s exhaust pipe serves a number of purposes, but it needs to be in good condition and working well for you to get the best fuel economy possible.
For best practice, and to keep your vehicle in ideal condition, we recommend you have your exhaust system checked at least twice a year, or at least once every 10,000 miles.
If you’re concerned about the performance of your exhaust, let our expert technicians at Brake & Service World carry out a full inspection to keep your exhaust in peak condition.
Book your exhaust service and repair today, online or by calling one of our trusted garages.
The Brake and Service World exhaust repair service
We have expert friendly technicians who will give your car an exhaust test to diagnose the problem. They will then offer an exhaust replacement or repair to keep your vehicle in top condition.
You can rest assured that we won’t be beaten on price. Take advantage of our 25% off voucher code. Print and bring in, or simply show us it on your mobile phone or tablet. Don’t forget, you can spread the cost of your vehicle bill with our payment assist service. Interest free, fee free, simply pay 25% up front, then 3-monthly payments.
How do I know if there’s a problem with my exhaust?
Does your vehicle have strange rattling noises, excess smoke, or seem louder than usual? It is always wise to check your exhaust for damage every year or after 6000 miles – whichever is first. With increasingly stringent exhaust emission tests and a whole variety of exhaust systems now available it’s no wonder that more people are having to get an exhaust repair.
Bring your car down to one of our Brake and Service World branches or give one of our branches a call, we will be happy to help. Don’t forget, you can also spread the cost of your vehicle bill with our payment assist service. Interest free, fee free, simply pay 25% up front, then 3-monthly payments.
When to get your exhaust checked?
Your car’s exhaust system may show some tell-tale signs of failure that indicate repair work or a replacement, including:
- Excessive smoke coming from the exhaust
- Loud engine noises such as roaring sounds while driving
- A knocking or rattling sound indicating something may have come loose
- Visible holes from rust causing leaking
- A low-hanging or dragging pipe
- If your car has failed the MOT exhaust emission Test