ACM Motors or ACM Ripley are quality used motor car dealers with over 40 years experience in the motor trade, with the Owner having worked for both Toyota and Mercedes Benz before setting up ACM Motors.
Based in Pool-in-Wharfedale, West Yorkshire, ACM Motors is close to the Leeds Bradford Airport, which is unsurprisingly near to both Bradford and Leeds city centres. ACM Motors are also based in Bingley, West Yorkshire.
These auto mechanics have been trading for a number of years and have firmly established themselves as providing quality service, with customer feedback and reviews predominantly five stars.
ACM Motors are also known as ACM Ripley and have had a car showroom in Pool for over 10 years, offering a wide range of prestige motor cars for sale. Emphasis is firmly placed on quality, both of service and of the automotive collection itself. All of the cars are carefully selected, come with a service history, mot and warranty. Part exchange and finance are available on-site or via telephone. Contact ACM direct for more information.
Auto Mechanics use a wide-range of automotive mechanics tools and equipment when working in professional garages to repair cars, motorbikes and other vehicles. Many of these auto tools have found their way into DIY auto enthusiasts garages too as prices drop and manufacturers design tools accessible to non-professional mechanics.
ACM Motor mechanics provide a friendly and professional service for auto repairs on a wide range of motor vehicles. Work is carried out to the highest standards and only genuine quality parts are used. Like many professional auto mechanics, ACM use state of the art diagnostic tools and software.
One of the most important aspects of buying a used car is the mechanics check, to ensure the vehicle is safe and without any defects. The mechanic should check all aspects of the vehicle, including engine, braking, chassis, exhaust system and electronics to ensure it is mechanically sound and roadworthy. A MOT certificate is essential and give recourse should you need it.
An experienced mechanic will check for signs of rust, mismatched paint and gaps between panels, which is often a sign that the vehicle has been in an accident and even written-off by an insurance company. Spotting these things pre-sale could save you a lot of money, inconvenience and stress later on.
Check the basics too, such as lights, windscreen wipers, aircon, horn etc as they are the legal responsibility of the person driving the car. Check the engine management system too for dashboard warning lights. Most modern cars have computer controlled diagnostics systems to help identify problems quickly.