Bosch launches online booking for garages

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The website is designed to promote ease-of-use
The website is designed to promote ease-of-use

Customers waiting to get their cars serviced at one of Bosch’s franchised garages will find it easier to book an MOT or service.

From today, motorists will be able to book their cars in online, saving time and hassle over the phone. Participating garages will offer a range of services, also able to be booked online, from a simple MOT or service, to a range of repair jobs.

The company is hoping the new system will make the MOT experience more convenient for its customers. Bosch’s 500 franchised garages will offer the services to motorists through a new section of the Bosch website, located here.

The company says the new site is designed to be easy to use for motorists.

Howard Price, concept manager at Bosch Car Service said: “For many customers, the Internet is already the preferred way to search for goods and services.

A recent survey that we conducted on consumers showed that being charged too much money at garages was people’s biggest concern.

We want to reassure our customers that at Bosch Car Service our charges are always fair and transparent, which is why our new system works out what they should expect to pay.”

Published by Darrenmoss

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