Wednesday, 9th May 2012
Rally Star Craig Breen performed the official opening of Self Service Auto at the Waterford Business Park this week. Self Service Auto is a new innovation in Ireland, providing a fully equipped, state of the art, dual purpose auto repair shop. At Self
Service Auto you can either carry out your own repairs (do it yourself style) or avail of the fully qualified mechanic who is on site at all times. The on site mechanic guarantees very competitive quotes on all repairs.
The centre has individual bays complete with automated lifts and carries all the latest computerised equipment necessary to test or repair any vehicle and is available to hire by the hour. Whether you want to do a simple oil change or carry out a full NCT like test on your car or one you are buying; do it yourself at Self
Service Auto or avail of the onsite mechanic.
While centres like this are common in the USA and Germany this is the first of its kind outside of the capital in Ireland. Perhaps the most common reason that people are unable to work on their own cars and vans is lack of space and specialist equipment. Self Service Auto is the solution.
Cutting the ribbon Craig Breen commented that it was a "great idea" and he added that he was, "delighted to see new auto businesses opening their doors in Waterford".
Self Service Auto provides a solution for individuals and qualified mechanics as it offers the latest in diagnostic equipment, environmentally sound oil and waste disposal, a parts centre, specialist tools, free WiFi and a fully qualified mechanic should you need one.
At a time when businesses are closing down, Self Service Auto is initially creating five new jobs (full and part time positions). Self Service Auto is situated at Unit 12, Waterford Business Park, just behind the Motor Mile. For full details check out http:// selfserviceauto.ie, find them on Facebook or telephone 051 345 123.
Craig Breen and Ray Daly at the opening of Self Service Auto at Unit 12, Waterford Business Park.
Letters to the Editor
- Editorialread more »
Not so GR8 G8With world attention on Fermanagh as the meeting place of the latest G8 Summit it is no wonder that locals are basking in the reflected spotlight. We have all been told, if we haven't already experienced at first hand, the beauty of the location. We know about the exclusiveness of the hotels that the various leaders are going to be staying as well as some of their security detail. We know about the menus from which they will be choosing from. There is little about summit meeting that the …
We're delighted to announce the launch of the new-look Waterford Today website. Tell us what you think of the new site design?
Total votes: 44 Refresh results