car repairs


Rangers Garage in Durrington near Salisbury is a family business, which has run for over 100 years. Our loyal customers trust us to carry out MOTs, car servicing, tyres changes and to solve any car problems they may have.

When needing any car repairs in Durrington near Salisbury, you will want to be sure the issue will be fixed correctly, in a timely manner by experienced technicians.

Running Diagnostics

Cars are always becoming more technologically advanced which means that there is an ever changing scope of things to go wrong. 

 At our car garage in Durrington, Salisbury we use the best technology to get you a quick and accurate diagnosis. Our device can connect to a wide range of makes and models and is able to read the hundreds of error codes which tell us what is wrong with your car so that our expert technicians can reliably fix it.

What are the most common
car repairs we complete?

Our prices are fully inclusive of VAT, using quality parts and oils; however, on newer model vehicles it may be wise to use genuine manufacturer’s parts to keep the warranty valid. We have accounts with all the major manufacturers if you would prefer genuine parts and specific oils. Please call our reception on 01980 655555 who will advise you on the car servicing upgrade cost.


There are many reasons why your engine light is on. Firstly, you should check for basic issues such as a loose fuel cap. However, the best way to ensure you are safe in your vehicle is to have a mechanic check it. We can find the problem and solve it for you. 

If your engine light comes on, contact us and book an appointment to find out the problem.

Your brake pads should be replaced when they start getting thin. If you don’t replace your brake pads your stopping power will be reduced, putting you and the other drivers around you in serious danger.  

Give our team a call on 01980 65-55-55 to discuss having your brake pads replaced.

There are a few indicators of your brakes needing to be changed. 

  1. Your brake is pulsing, vibrating or jerking.
  2. If your brakes are not as responsive as they should be or if the pedal “sinks” toward the floor.
  3. There is a grinding noise when you use your brake.

If you think you might have an issue with your brakes, get in touch today and book an appointment.