Brakes and Exhausts

Exhaust and brake repairs 
by qualified technicians

Serving customers in Horsham, Crawley, Pulborough and nearby areas
car brakes

We replace worn out brakes

Do you feel your car pulling as you slow to a halt? Does it make a screeching noise when you apply the brakes? If your car’s brakes are not functioning as they should, it’s important to get experienced mechanics to take a look. We will diagnose the fault, recommend the right solution and carry out the necessary repairs. To ensure your safety, we recommend that you have your brakes serviced regularly. You can bring your vehicle down to our garage in Horsham for reliable brake repairs, replacements and more. 
car tyre

Services we offer include:

  • Brake tightening
  • Brake pad replacements
  • Handbrake servicing
  • Exhaust replacements
  • Cracked pipes
  • Silencer repairs 
  • Catalytic converter servicing 
car engine testing

Is your engine making noise?

The exhaust of your car is exposed to intense heat and freezing temperatures and is liable to damage and rust. A damaged exhaust reduces the power of your vehicle in addition to making it noisy. At Nightingale Service Centre, we can repair and replace exhaust pipes for vehicles of all makes and models. Our garage is well-stocked with vehicle parts from leading manufacturers like Audi, Mercedes-Benz and more. If your car is due for an MOT, we can inspect the exhaust system to make sure you do not get a fail on the test. Contact our team for a free quote on exhaust replacements.    
Nightingale Service Centre offers car brake repairs for drivers in Horsham and Crawley. Call
01403 253 068
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    " I have used Nightingale Service Centre for many years now and the attention and service from Austin and all his staff is second to none, always advised of what repairs are required to my van and an accurate cost of the work involved. Never any nasty surprises, i have no hesitation is recommending Nightingale Service Centre to anyone as I know they will get a great service." Tim Roberts, 20/05/16

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