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Where do you take your CTR for service?

Been using Honda for the past 5 years, but this year they have bumped the price up to 155. Seems quite expensive for a basic service.

Is it worth taking it to an independent, I don't think there is anywhere around here that specialises in Hondas or Jap cars

Anyone recommend a garage not far from North East Lincolnshire???
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Valve clearances etc I will go to a Honda dealer, other things I will take elsewhere or do myself. I'm not looking to sell my car and the service history is sketchy so I'm not bothered.
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For my first service i will be going to TGM in Fleet. Has hada fhsh but time to go to a specialist

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Not used them myself, but not to far from Grimsby.
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I do it myself so I know it's done properly.
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same here service myself. keep all the receipts organised for every bit of work i do and dates so it all ties up.
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