Founded in April 1979, Bob Trice Mechanics are one of the longest established independent garages in the region.
Founded by Bob Trice, he says the secret to their success has been the level of service they have offered their clients for the past four decades.
Speaking to HU17.net Mr Trice said;
“From day one as a business, the customer has always come first. We understand how stressful it can be when your car is off the road. These days this is certainly the case. People lead much busier lives an need to be mobile.”
“To help customers we offer a free local collection service. We can also provide loan cars to ensure people are not off the road while we carry out work on their own vehicle.”
Employing seven people Bob Trice Mechanics have also invested in the next generation.
They currently have one apprentice. While in their workshop they have fully qualified mechanics who started with the company as apprentices.
Why Bob Trice Mechanics Invest In People & Technology
Speaking more about the business Mr Trice said;
“Over the year things have changed a lot. That is why we have constantly invested not only in people but also the technology needed to maintain modern cars.”
“Because of this, we are able to offer a dealership level service but at a price that is far more affordable. We can service all makes and models using the very latest diagnostic equipment.”
“We are also very well know for our more specialist skills. Here we are very proud of our unrivalled skills when it comes to taking care of the Land Rover brand.”
“A car for most people is the second biggest investment they will make in their lives. It is important that people look after them. By servicing your car regularly you will avoid being hit with bigger repair bills.”
A fully certified MOT Test Centre Bob Trice Mechanics also recently invested in a new website.
Commenting on his years in business Mr Trice said;
“It has not always been easy but it is an achievement everyone here at the workshop is proud of. By retaining our customers and bringing more onboard we hope we can be here for another forty years to come.”