Redbourn Auto Solutions – we are open for business!
Your local, yet highly experienced garage. Our ethos is keep it independent, so we can provide you with the best service or repair but at an affordable price.
Our team are all former main dealership, so we know the importance of professionalism, experience and customer service. We are based in Herts, brilliantly placed just off the M1 in a village called Redbourn.
We have highly trained staff serving you with the aim of exceeding your expectations – high quality standards at lower independent prices.
With a passion for cars and delivering a quality service, we know you’ll be happy when you visit. A friendly and professional environment awaits you.
New – Used – Nearly New – Fleet
Service & Repair
Diagnostics – Tyres – Brakes
Fleet discounts available
Redbourn Auto Solutions / MWJ Trading Ltd (Company Registration number: 7905046) and its Directors have NO association with MWJ Trading Group Limited or any of its associated Companies and Directors.
Any Company OR Director purporting to be registered with, or associated with Redbourn Auto Solutions / MWJ Trading Ltd, its Directors, or utilising our address or phone number, is doing so fraudulently.
Redbourn Auto Solutions News and Info
Christmas at Redbourn Auto Solutions We love this time of the year, and thoroughly enjoy the Christmas songs the technicians (elves) sing in the workshop. Maybe we’ll get to see Santa’s Sleigh this year….. We’re beginning to think we have the ‘real’ Santa in our MD whos beard is growing nicely! Festive lights and […]
We’re excited to be part of the Polar Post Box Trail! Find all the Polar Bear Plunge post boxes! There are 23 in total, around St Albans with a couple in Redbourn, Wheathampstead and Harpenden. We hope they make you smile. To find out more, donate or just to complete the trail, please see […]
We’re supporting Purple Tuesday Nearly one in every five people in the UK has a disability or impairment, and over half of households have a connection to someone with a disability. There are still real (and perceived) barriers that make it harder for disabled people to find work, spend money online and in store, and […]