Our workshops are now still open...
Despite the enhanced measures as from the 5th November this does not affect our workshop operations.
All the relevant staff training has been carried out ongoing and we are following Government guidelines and the relevant PPE and cleaning processes continue to be in place.
In order to support social distancing however, it is imperative that we limit the number of customers and colleagues in our dealerships at any one time. As such, our service departments will operate strictly on an appointment only basis, please contact your dealership to make a booking.
Whilst the showrooms are closed by law for sales access is still allowed to enter our reception areas.
Take a look at our short video above to see the measures we have put in place to keep you and our staff safe.
The safety and well-being of our customers and colleagues remains our number one priority, so to ensure this, we have put together a detailed plan to guide us through the re-opening process.
This plan includes numerous social distancing and enhanced hygiene measures, new operating processes and the widespread introduction of personal protective equipment to ensure everyone’s safety.
Whilst our sales showrooms will remain closed until the Government permits us to re-open them, by opening our workshops we will be able to re-start preparing new and used cars ready for collection for when the time is right.
Click Here to go to our Renault Car Service Booking page
Click Here to go to our Renault Van Service Booking page
Click Here to go to our Dacia Service Booking page
Click Here to go to our SEAT Service Booking page
Click Here to see some of the changes we have made.
Although every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained on this page is as accurate and up to date as possible, SMC Motor Group reserves the right to modify its models without notice . SMC Motor Group reserve the right refuse access to one of their branches should the number of customers on site exceed what is deemed safe levels or situations where the guidelines cannot be maintained at a safe level.