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  • Largest garage network providing Audi servicing, MOT and repairs
  • Affordable servicing at your local garage, backed by NSN
  • 12-month guarantee on all parts and work carried out
  • Free collection & delivery!*
  • Book today and get 20% off your MOT or 33% off when booked with a Service


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National Service Network can service, MOT and repair all models of Audi cars
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MOT (includes discount)£43.88
MOT with full service (33% off MOT, 10% off service)from £187.21
Interim Service (includes discount)from £82.09

Audi MOT


All UK cars 3 years old and over require a valid MOT certificate by law. Our garages all have the latest diagnostic equipment to MOT, repair and service most Audi cars. To book your Audi MOT online, simply provide the details of your vehicle and where you are located. We can collect your vehicle from your home or workplace, complete the work authorised and return it to you*

We can MOT these models made by Audi:


Audi started in 1909 under a man named August Horch. He had already started one car company in 1899, but had been forced out. The two companies were to be reunited later, merging in 1932, along with DKW and Wanderer, forming Auto Union, which is where the famous four ringed logo originated. Each ring represents one of the companies.

Like many car manufacturers, Audi played a prominent part during World War II, importing and producing cars for military use. After World War II, the Auto Union plants were dissolved as part of war reparations. The company had to effectively begin again using loans from the Bavarian government. More buyouts followed, resulting in the current situation of today's Audi being 99.7% owned by Volkswagen Group, which took place in 1964.

Up until the 80s, Audi had a reputation for delivering classy, if somewhat boring cars. This all changed with the Audio Quattro, a turbocharged rally car that captured the world's attention. Since then, the company has seen some downturns, particular in the early 90s, when the stylish chassis of their models were seen to be let down by the performance of the engines they housed, but this ended with the introduction of the A4 in 1996. Since then, Audi has gone from strength to strength and is now seen as a luxury car.

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