Faz Autos Offering Car Servicing In Aldershot
Welcome to Faz Auto's your local vehicle maintenance and repair centre. Faz Autos offers an extensive range of services carried out by a team of fully qualified technicians, utilising the latest in car repair equipment. With Ash Vale MOT centre next door we arrange MOT's and with VRM coachworks on the other side we can offer any bodywork issues also. One of our special main business is repairing taxi's for the rushmoor and camberley area which has grown over the years. We specialise in E7 taxis and London cabs being used to working under pressure to get the taxis back on the road quickly and efficiently.
Fully Insured VAT Registered Garage
At Faz Autos we maintain and repair all makes and models. Using tools from SNAP ON and Autocom we have the ability to identify and fix all problems associated with engine diagnostics. Effective fault diagnostics enables us to quickly identify any problem, and ensures the correct part is ordered first time. We also provide car welding repairs and have all the required equipment and expertise in situ.
You can expect from us:
• Highly competitive, affordable rates on all repairs and servicing
• An honest, upfront and reliable service
• Quick, efficient repairs
• Advice and information from our expert vehicle technicians
Random Fact About Aldershot
A statue of the first Duke of Wellington mounted on his horse, Copenhagen, is situated on Round Hill behind the Royal Garrison Church. The statue is 30 feet (9.1 m) high, 26 feet (7.9 m) from nose to tail, over 22 feet (6.7 m) in girth, weighs 40 tons and is intricately detailed including musculature and veins. It was designed and built by Matthew Cotes Wyatt who used recycled bronze from cannons that were captured at the Battle of Waterloo. It took thirty men over three years to finish the project. Originally, in 1846, the statue was erected at Hyde Park Corner, London on the Wellington Arch. However, Decimus Burton, architect of the arch, had tried to veto this plan for his preferred "figure in a four horse chariot". Many agreed with Decimus Burton that the statue looked ridiculous since it was out of proportion. It was nicknamed "The Archduke" and was a popular topic in the satirical magazine Punch.