Bring your Audi into Hogg MOT Service Centre for servicing and benefit from a level of knowledge and expertise that you won’t find everywhere. We are the true alternative to the main dealers, servicing your Audi to the same high standards that you’d hope for at the dealership, but with much more of a personal service and at a fraction of the price.
We have a large, modern workshop conveniently located on Holystone Street, just off Argyle Street in Hebburn. with a comfortable reception area where you are welcome to wait while we service your Audi, and take advantage of the free Wi-Fi and refreshments. And if you prefer not to wait on-site, it’s only a 10-minute walk into the centre of Hebburn which has a selection of shops and cafes where you can indulge yourself.
Our main priority at Hogg MOT Service Centre is customer satisfaction which is why we have invested heavily in ensuring that our workshop in Hebburn, is kitted out with the very latest automotive technology and diagnostic software.
We also understand the value of keeping our staff up to date with developments within the industry so all of us undertake regular training courses so that we can give you and your Audi the very best service and the best standard of work in the area.
This, combined with hard work, reliability and honesty, go a long way to explain why we have such good rates of customer retention. If you haven’t had your Audi serviced at Hogg MOT Service Centre before, it’s time to give us a go – you won’t regret it.
Many Audi owners still believe that they have to take their car to the dealership for servicing to keep the warranty intact. Well, thankfully, since the Block Exemption Law came into force in 2003, that is no longer the case.
When you bring your Audi into Hogg MOT Service Centre for its service, we’ll service it following the manufacturer specifications and we’ll use genuine parts so that not only is your warranty protected, but your wallet will be a whole lot happier too. And all our labour and parts are guaranteed for 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first.