Help center Nev'll Fix It help center en-us Bosch Car Service We wouldn't be surprised here at NevllFixIt if you were scratching your head right now and wondering what a Bosch Service Centre is? In short, this is an achievement for which all the staff at NevllFixIt are immensely proud, but perhaps we'd better let Bosch themselves explain what the network of Services Centres actually are:

"Bosch Car Service is a national network of garages who are small enough to offer real value, yet have the backing of Bosch, the world's largest supplier of automotive parts and systems"

From Nevll Fix It's point of view, we are proud to be the only garage in Tonbridge to have achieved this and as Bosch are amongst the worlds largest manufacturers and suppliers of automotive service parts so it's a real privilege to have our standards recognised by such a large organisation as Bosch. Of course, there are benefits for our customers too - we are able to source Bosch service parts quickly, easily and affordably and our highly trained staff know exactly what to do with these parts once they are received in our workshops ready for fitment to your vehicle!

To learn more about the Network of Bosch Service Centres, and to check to see if a garage is a recognised Bosch Service Centre, please visit the Bosch website at:

As part of the Bosch Car Service network we work to an Trading Standards Institute approved code of practice. Which means we are committed to delivering the highest standards for our customers.

Fri, 27 Nov 2015 00:00:00 +0000
New Tyre Labelling Law begins in 2012!! The European Parliament has recently voted in favour of a labling system for Tyres similar to that applied to Washing Machines and Refrigerators

The labels will become mandatory in November 2012 and it is hoped that it will help consumers when trying to decide which tyre to buy by indicating the Tyres rating in three key areas.


The Fuel effciency is indicated by Labels A to G, in which A, B and C are green (GOOD) through to E,Fand G which are yellow,Orange and Red (POOR) Fuel Efficiency is Measured as rolling resistance at 50mph the lower te score the better the rating. D remains blank at the moment


Again using the A-G system the tyres are rated on how far they travel when slowing down from 50 mph to 12 mph in wet condtions.

A bench mark was set and the percentage of the distance traveled was calculated

  • Tyres that stop between 10-24% short of the mark are labeled E
  • Tyres that stop between 25-39% short of the mark are labeled C
  • Tyres that stop between 40-54% short of the mark are labeled B
  • Tyres that stop 55% or more in front of the mark will be label A
  • D and G will remain blank for now


The External rolling noise(the noise experienced by the surroundings, not the driver)will be indicated by an Icon of a Loud speaker and a number the indicates The Performance for Instance 68 for a 68db result.

Thu, 12 Nov 2015 00:00:00 +0000!