Your brakes are one of the most important parts of your car. Without them working properly, you are seriously endangering your life and the lives of any passengers in your vehicle. With that in mind, it's important to keep them in excellent working condition, by getting them checked every two years or every 12,000 miles, whichever comes first.
There are some telltale signs that your brakes are starting to experience trouble. You might start to notice a longer stopping distance or a vibration under your feet when braking. You may even feel that the brake pedal isn't responding quickly.
If you detect any of these signs, or feel that your brakes aren't working correctly, you should bring your Dacia into our approved service centre so that it can be inspected by a Dacia-trained technician.
All our vehicles are subject to an Admin Fee. Our Admin Fee covers any additional administration needed during your transaction, including a thorough provenance check (HPI Check). The vehicle provenance investigation checks if a car has finance owing, is stolen, cloned, written off or clocked, giving you real confidence in your car. Our vehicle checks carried out during preparation also include a cosmetic and mechanical assessment of each vehicle. The admin fee also includes the cost to fully valet, register and, if necessary, MOT your vehicle (if less than 6 months left of current MOT).
Our administration fee is a variable fee which covers the additional administration needed when transacting with different categories of customers as specified:
Retail Customers £199.00 - (Private buyers - NOT an owner, partner or director of a new/used vehicle sales company)
Retail Customers using a finance broker outside our official panel of lenders paying funds direct to Wilsons Epsom - £399.00