Kwik Fit - Brighouse
Brighouse, HD6 1EJ
- Centre Manager
- Malcolm Crawshaw
- Oil and Filter Change
- Air-Conditioning Recharge (R134A Gas)
- Shock Absorbers
- Hunter Tracker Wheel Alignment
- Road Hero Spare Wheels
- Windscreen Wipers
- ADAS Dynamic Calibration
Large Vehicle Information
|Long Wheelbase Vans|
|High Roof Vans|
- Free WiFi
- Customer Toilets
Opening hours may vary due to public holidays.
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About This Centre
Looking for a car service or new tyres in Brighouse? Your local Kwik Fit is ideally placed to help.
Kwik Fit Brighouse is situated in the centre of town on Owler Ings Road, directly opposite the Black Bull pub. If you have booked a while-you-wait appointment for your vehicle, it shouldn't take long to complete your car service, and you can take advantage of the complimentary hot drinks, customer Wi-Fi and TV as you wait in our Brighouse centre for your vehicle to be ready.
Otherwise, why not leave your vehicle with us while you have a look at what's going on in and around Brighouse? We are perfectly placed for a casual wander around a range of high street and independent shops, and you'll also find banks, a post office, cafes and pubs. There's even a wine bar right next door for those who are leaving their car with us overnight.
In terms of transport links, bus routes pass through the town, linking the centre to other parts of Brighouse as well as wider Yorkshire. So, whether you need to get home, go to work or you have another destination in mind, you won't struggle to get there.
We can source and fit all sorts of replacement car and van parts, from exhausts to shock absorbers, so you can call on us when your brakes need attention or your battery is flat. We can also maintain your vehicle's air-conditioning system by giving it a complete recharge, and of course we supply and fit tyres too.
To book a service or repair for your car, why not give the team at Kwik Fit Brighouse a call, or pop in when you're next passing?