You're in safe hands
There's nothing more important than your safety. That's why we at Bristol Street Motors carry out a Mazda Visual Health Check on every Mazda vehicle that passes through our service department, regardless of why your vehicle came to us in the first place.
We check all the main components that may affect the safety of your vehicle, that's 32 checks in total.
What's included with a Mazda Visual Health Check
Our Mazda trained technicians at Bristol Street Motors will complete a visual examination of the 32 items that form the Mazda Visual Health Check. This includes key safety items inside and outside your vehicle, such as brakes, tyres, lights, bodywork, steering and suspension.
A Visual Health Check Report is completed and every item checked is classified into one of three categories; green, amber or red.
Green: everything appears to be okay
Great news, your vehicle is in good health.
Amber: work needed soon - before next scheduled visit
A concern has been identified that needs attention - not immediately but in the near future. This will enable you to plan and budget to have the work done.
Red: urgent work - dangerous, illegal or defective
A problem has been identified that could have safety implications, or could lead to bigger repair bills in the near future. It is recommended that you have this work carried out as a matter of urgency.
Should we identify any areas requiring urgent attention, you will be contacted and provided with a fully inclusive price to carry out the repair using Genuine Mazda Parts. With your approval, we will carry out the work immediately, or book your car into our service department at another time convenient to you.
When you collect your vehicle, you will be given a copy of the Mazda Visual Health Check report* giving you total peace of mind about the condition of your vehicle. This way you can be assured that whenever you visit Bristol Street Motors, you know your vehicle is in safe hands.
*This report is the result of a visual examination of selected items only. It is not a representation of a vehicle's roadworthiness. Further checks may be necessary to determine the exact extent of any repair required.