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What does an Engine Oil and Filter Change include?

If your car isn't yet due an Interim or Full Service, our Engine Oil and Filter change option is perfect for those drivers who want to take preventative maintenance measures to ensure your car performs at its best.

As part of the Engine Oil and Filter change service, we will:

  • Drain and dispose existing oil
  • Replace the sump plug washer
  • Refill oil based on manufacturer’s recommendation
  • Install Replacement oil filter

Require a more thorough check? Then you should book an Interim or Full Service, which also ensures your car receives a stamp in its Service Book - a vital factor in adding value to your car.

Why choose Prestige Cars Kent?

The Prestige Cars Kent Service Centre is based just behind the popular Nugent Shopping Centre in Orpington. With a showroom that sells almost 2,000 cars a year, we manage the servicing of thousands of customers for every make from Audi, to Volkswagen.

1. Headlights and indicators

Check that all of your car's lights function properly - deadlights, sidelights, rear lights, hazard lights and indicators.

2. Brake lights

Press the brake pedal and ask a friend to check that the rear brake lights come on, including any strip lights.

3. Number plate

Make sure the number plate is clean and legible - even a quick wipe with a cloth can make all the difference.

4. Wheels and Tyres

Check that the wheels and tyres are undamaged. The minimum legal tyre tread depth is 1.6mm and any tyres with less than this will fail an MOT. It is recommended that tyres are changed when the tread reaches 3mm.

5. Seats and Seatbelts

The drivers seat should adjust forwards and backwards and all seatbelts should be in good working order. Test movement of the seat and tug sharply on all seat belts to check they react as they are supposed to if you brake suddenly.

6. Windscreen

Check the view out of the front of the car for damage - any damage larger than 40mm will cause a fail, as will any damage larger than 10mm in the area of the windscreen in front of the driver.

7. Windscreen Wipers

Make sure your wipers are able to keep your windscreen clean - any tears or holes in the rubber can be an MOT fail.

8. Screenwash

Top up the washer bottle before taking the car in for an MOT - something as simple as an empty container can cause at MOT to fail.

9. Horn

Give the horn a blast - if it doesn't work, it will need to be repaired.

10. Fuel and Engine Oil

Make sure your car is filled with enough fuel and engine oil - you can be turned away from the MOT without sufficient levels of either as both are required to run the vehicle to test emission levels.


How often should I check my Oil level?


Yes.​ An MOT test is an inspection that is required by law on all vehicles in the UK that are older than 3 years.

How much does an Oil and Filter change cost?


Your MOT will expire 12 months after the date of the previous MOT or three years from the date of registration you will need to get your first MOT.​

How often should my car get its Oil changed?


Around an hour, these can be carried out as a while you wait appointment or booked in conjunction with a service.

How long does an Oil and Filter change take?


You will need an MOT every year, its best to book it in a few weeks before it is due to expire due to lead times.

Book an Oil and Filter change

With 13 service ramps at our state-of-the-art Service Centre, we promise short lead times. We're able to offer Whilst You Wait appointments, where you can relax or work from our Business Waiting Lounge, which has free WiFi and drinks.

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