A blog explaining some of the work we do at New Again
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Nature - Destroyer of cars! Part 1 - The Birds
One of the most common types of damage we see on car paintwork is caused by acid-etching from bird droppings.Read Article
Returning your Lease car : Is the Lease Company is out to get you?
If you look on the Internet there’s all kinds of people complaining about problems with recharges. Excessive prices, recharges for damage they swear they never had or for damage which should be fair wear and tear...Read Article
It pays to keep your car's leather interior in shape
Have you ever heard of "connolising"? All those wonderful old Rolls-Royce's, Jaguars and Rovers of yesteryear had their leather supplied by Connolly Leather Limited. "Connolly Leather" also became known as the name in which the leather was treated.Read Article
How to avoid unexpected costs when returning your lease car.
I’ve seen lease recharges for excess wear and tear of more than £5000 on one car. I have also advised someone to deal with their badly repaired car and take it back to the bodyshop who repaired it, (done on the insurance) who've not taken any action ...Read Article
Do you have a smelly car?
What’s that smell? How many people think that, but don’t actually say it. "I’ve just bought a smelly car and its smells of something I can’t quite describe. Is it the smell of somebody’s dog? Is it the smell of smoke? Maybe something has been spilt ...Read Article
Can We Help You?
"We can offer specialist advice on the best car service to suit your requirements"
When bringing your car to New Again, we often ask you to explain exactly the reason for having your car Protected, Valeted or Repaired. Once we understand exactly what it is you are trying to achieve, we will appraise your vehicle using our detailed appraisal check-sheet allowing us to identify areas of concern and tailor specific services that match your requirements and budget.
If you are not sure what service you need and would like to speak to one of our technicians, simply request a callback by filling in the form on our contact page.