Market towns are one of the attractions that make Britain so charming, and Wokingham is one such place. With it’s close proximity to London and interesting history it has grown in popularity. For commuters to the city and those looking to enjoy the Berkshire countryside it offers the best of both worlds.
MOT City is situated half way between this Wokingham and Reading. With many services for both individuals and businesses, it serves the needs of the community in all vehicle dilemmas. Anyone looking to find a reliable, local business with a great work ethic will be pleased to find that this is exactly what’s on offer. The traditional garage services are available of course, including servicing and competitively priced MOT’s. This mechanic workshop also provides welding and car diagnostics – specialities not available at every vehicle centre. Having the option of performing these tasks on site makes MOT City a convenient all-in-one choice for car and van maintenance.
From monthly to annual checks, winter top-ups and emergency repair work, every aspect of keeping a smooth-running set of wheels can be provided for.
Most Londoners will be familiar with Wokingham given the mere 33 miles that separate them. Green land is easy to find, with Cantley Park the closest place to stretch your legs. Plenty of public parks make it a leafy and relaxing place to live and work. For sporting types, golf clubs are never far away with several in the local area. Film and food festivals add to the sense of culture that has been built up, and the younger generation might be interested to know this is the birthplace of popstar Will Young. Recent years have seen an injection of £100m from the council for regeneration, promising an exciting time for retail and open space facilities.
Like any major residential area, several suburbs have popped up over time to serve the growing population. Where once small hamlets or empty agricultural land dominated, now there are suburban housing pockets in all directions.
Woosehill and Emmbrook are closely followed by Dowlesgreen and Norreys to mention but a few. There are a collection of state and private schools to keep parents supplied with ample choice. Much of the housing is relatively modern with property dating back to the 1970’s and 1990’s. In 2015 improvements to the railway station were completed, boosting it’s transport facilities for both residents and visitors.
The M4 motorway makes light work of the journey into London from Wokingham, travelling past picturesque Windsor. Over time every vehicle will sustain wear and tear from this journey however, and it makes sense to keep on top of any repair work.
Our experienced team are used to dealing with anything from minor knocks to more serious welding work. To keep your motor in tip-top condition you can get a service to stay ahead of potential breakdown. Getting this kind of check as well as your MOT ensures you’re ready for whatever the season throws at you along the daily commute.