31 Carsegate Road, Inverness IV38EX

+44 07498 396254


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31 Carsegate Road, Inverness IV38EX

We Offer

Service Without Compromise

New Service

ADAS System

Calibration, Diagnostic and Repairs

When you service your motor with us,

Free Vehicle Inspection

We Provide Expert Service

We aim to earn your trust and have a long term relationship with you

Below are some of the many auto repair services we offer:

    • General Auto Repair & Maintenance
    • Fuel System Repair
    • Exhaust System Repair
    • Engine Cooling System Maintenance
    • Electrical Diagnostics
    • Starting and Charging Repair
    • ADAS Calibration, Diagnostic & Repair
    • Wheel Alignment
    • Computer Diagnostic Testing
    • Manufacturer Recommended Service
    • Brake Repair and Replacement
    • Air Conditioning A/C Repair
    • Vehicle Preventative Maintenance
    • Emission Repair Facility
    • Oil Change
    • Brake Job / Brake Service
    • Engine Cooling System Flush & Repair
    • Steering and Suspension Work
+ More Services
We Make It Easy

Get a quote and book a service online 24/7. Collect Your car afterhours, pay online.

Parts Are Covered By Warranty

Most of our parts are covered by a manufacturer's warranty, whether they are OEM or aftermarket.

Fair And Transparent Pricing

We offer fair and transparent pricing and provide estimates upfront for all our services on thousands of cars. Book with confidence.

Happiness Guaranteed

All services are backed by our 12-month/10,000-mile warranty, where applicable.

About Company
About Us

We are a small, family-run business where every detail in our work is important. We combine more than 30 years of experience in the motor industry to tackle both small and big jobs. We constantly take on training and courses to be able to work on newer technology-equipped vehicles. We could write long storys, but you are welcome to come and meet us, also we can help you in diferent languages - English, Polish & Latvian

How It Works

These few steps will help return your car to a working condition
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Customer Reviews

Excellent service first class,very friendly, clean garage, know what there doing,would recommend to family and friends,very good prices,thank you.

– Val MacMillan,
Customer Reviews

if any one deserves a 5 star rating its you guys. I choose not to write a review after I first used KC Auto Solutions so I could be of them. After the consistency and pride these guy take on top of that their honesty and advice no choice but say to any when your needs TLC vist KC Automotive Solutions.

– Kacy Desir,
Customer Reviews

We phoned KC Auto as we had trouble with our car travelling up to John O Groats, it was afternoon. Same time next day we had car back and on our way. Can’t thank Casper enough for sorting it for us and so quickly so we could get back to our holiday. Very professional and friendly. Thankyou again, definitely recommend using this garage 100%

– Karen Darch,

Auto Maintenance FAQs

How often should I get my oil changed?
For a long time and sometimes still today, standard practice at many lube shops is to suggest oil changes every 12 months or 6,000 miles. In order to know when the best time to get your oil changed is, check the owner’s manual of your specific model for manufacturer-recommended intervals.
Is it okay for me to drive my car if the engine management light is on?
If the engine management light illuminates in your car, it is generally recommended to have it checked by a qualified mechanic as soon as possible. The engine management light, also known as the check engine light, indicates that there may be an issue with your vehicle's engine or emissions system. Driving with the engine management light on is not always an emergency, but can be risky as it means that your car's onboard diagnostic system has detected a potential problem. Continuing to drive with a fault could potentially cause further damage to the engine or emissions system, leading to more expensive repairs. It's best to have the vehicle inspected by a professional who can diagnose the issue using specialized diagnostic equipment. They will be able to determine the severity of the problem and advise you on whether it's safe to drive the car or if immediate repairs are necessary. In any case, it's important to address the issue promptly to prevent potential damage or safety hazards.
Do I need to charge my battery after I jump-start my vehicle?
When you jump-start your vehicle, the purpose is to provide temporary power to the battery in order to start the engine. The alternator in your car is responsible for charging the battery while the engine is running. After jump-starting your vehicle, it is generally recommended that you drive it for a sufficient amount of time to allow the alternator to recharge the battery. The length of time needed varies depending on factors such as the battery’s state of charge, the alternator’s capacity, and the length of your drive. Driving your vehicle for at least 30 minutes at normal operating speeds can help replenish the battery’s charge. This allows the alternator to supply power to the electrical systems and recharge the battery. If you only drive short distances or if you notice that your battery no longer holds a charge even after driving, there may be an issue with the battery or the charging system. In such cases, it is recommended that you have your vehicle inspected by a qualified mechanic to diagnose and address the underlying problem. Remember, jump-starting your car is only a temporary fix and addressing the root cause of the battery’s discharge is necessary to avoid further issues.
How do I know when I need new brakes?
There are several signs that can indicate it's time to replace your brakes. Here are some common indicators to look out for: Squeaking or squealing sounds: If you hear high-pitched noises coming from your brakes when you apply them, it could be a sign that the brake pads are wearing down. Most brake pads have a built-in wear indicator that creates this noise to alert you that they need to be replaced. Grinding noise: If you hear a grinding noise when you apply the brakes, it usually means that the brake pads are completely worn out. The grinding noise occurs when the metal backing of the brake pad makes contact with the brake rotor, causing damage to both components. This is a serious issue, and immediate attention is needed. Reduced brake responsiveness: If you notice that it takes longer to stop your vehicle or you need to apply more pressure on the brake pedal, it could indicate that your brake pads are worn thin. Reduced brake responsiveness can compromise your ability to stop quickly and safely. Vibrations or pulsations: If you feel vibrations or pulsations through the brake pedal when you apply the brakes, it may be a sign of warped brake rotors. Warped rotors can occur due to prolonged and heavy braking, causing an uneven surface that leads to the vibrations. Warning light: Some vehicles have a dashboard warning light specifically for the brake system. If this light illuminates, it's a clear indication that there is an issue with your brakes, and you should have them inspected as soon as possible. Visual inspection: You can visually inspect your brake pads through the wheels. If the brake pads appear thin (less than 1/4 inch), worn unevenly, or if you can see the metal backing, it's a sign that they need to be replaced. It's important to regularly inspect your brakes and have them serviced according to the manufacturer's recommendations. If you notice any of these signs or have concerns about your brakes, it's recommended to have them inspected by a qualified mechanic to determine if they need to be replaced or repaired.
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We Repair All Makes of Automobiles

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