Faz Autos Offer Taxi Repairs In Farnborough
Welcome to Faz Auto's your local vehicle maintenance and repair centre. We specialise in Taxi repairs in the local area. With vast knowledge on Peugeot E7 taxis and the london LTI cabs. Our customer base has grown massively and we are known as specialists in this field going all the way back to the bullet proof diesel chugging fairways with the nissan engines to the later TX4's running the VM engines. From engine rebuilds to general servicin and maintenance Faz Autos are your one stop shop.
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 Farnborough
During the Farnborough Airshow on 6 September 1952, a de Havilland Sea Vixen crashed. Following a demonstration of its ability to break the sound barrier, the aircraft disintegrated, killing 31 people, including the crew of two: test pilot and record breaker John Derry and Tony Richards. This incident led to major changes to the safety regulations for air shows in the UK. During the 4 September 1984 Farnborough Airshow, a de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo was destroyed when it struck Runway 25 during landing after a steep short-final descent while demonstrating its STOL capabilities to spectators and customers. The nose-gear collapsed, followed by failure of the wing spar on both sides near the fuselage, both propellers shedding blades and the plane skidding to a halt on the runway. The two crew and one passenger survived the crash; nobody else was injured. The accident was attributed to pilot error, with gusty wind conditions as a major factor.