The research also shows some interesting insights into the make-up of the UK motorist – the type of cars they drive and the kind of repairs they’re most likely to need. OK, so London is the most expensive city for car repair and maintenance (£233), but it’s not that far off the UK average of £220. What’s more, some UK regions are far more costly than individual cities. The folk over at Who Can Fix My Car have been comparing car repair prices across the UK (plus a few other interesting insights too).
- Given the Jaguar Land Rover plant in Castle Bromwich has been producing Jaguars since the mid-’70s, it’s perhaps no surprise that Jaguars are popular in the Midlands.
- Given the diversity of terrain and occasionally inclement weather, it’s perhaps no surprise that Scots are more likely to drive hard-wearing Suzukis and Subarus.
- Take East Anglia (£241) and the South East (£238), for example.