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Hyundai Servicing

Brayleys Hyundai St Albans is here for all your aftersales needs. If you have any questions, please call our service department on 01727 837373, Monday to Friday. Alternatively, feel free to complete the online enquiry form at the bottom of this page.

Brayleys Hyundai servicing

If you’d like to know more about our comprehensive aftersales options, please phone us or complete our online enquiry form.

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I need my car servicing urgently – can I just bring it in?


You can – but to avoid disappointment, we highly recommend making a service appointment by phone or online contact form.

I’ve been notified about a recall on my car – what’s your advice?


Please contact us. Depending on the nature of the recall, we’ll be able to suggest the best course of action.

My MOT has expired – what should I do?


Please contact us as soon as possible to make your MOT appointment. By law, you are permitted to drive your vehicle directly to our premises for an MOT. If you happen to be stopped by the police, simply inform them of your appointment with us.

My car won’t start – what should I do?


If you haven’t used your car for some time, It could be due to a flat battery.

If your car breaks down and it’s still under warranty, please call the Hyundai Roadside Assistance Programme (HRAP)on 0330 053 0341. If you’re deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment, feel free to text HRAP on 07900 444 999.

Otherwise, if you’re subscribed to a recovery service such as the AA or RAC, they will be able to help. In an emergency, the AA can supply and fit a battery at your location, even if you aren’t an AA member – click here for details.

I don’t use my car on a regular basis – how frequently and for how long should I run it to keep it ticking over?


Provided your battery is in good condition, it should be fine to leave your vehicle for up to two weeks without using it. Otherwise, we recommend:

  • Using a smart charger
  • Running your car for approximately 15 minutes once a week to keep the battery topped-up