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J & N Autos is a friendly family run automotive service and MOT testing station based in Acocks Green, Birmingham. Our fully qualified technicians are able to service your vehicle to the latest standards and will honestly advise you as to what needs to be done to ensure that your vehicle is both safe to drive and conforms to all of the requirements of it's MOT test.

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