About Us


3 TIMES FINALISTS - NATIONAL INDEPENDENT GARAGE OF THE YEAR

Established in 1993 by the Neophytou brothers Neo (Neil) and Jimmy, JTF Motor Services are now one of the leading independent garages in London. We provide a complete service of car repairs, car servicing and car sales in Tottenham, London and have reached award winning standards.

Taking over the premises of liquidated Bruce Motor Group, trading began in February 1993. With an initial investment of £10,000, one vehicle lift and only one employee JTF was born.

Steady and calculated expansions have enabled the Company to now employ ten full time and two part time personnel. Still family run, we continue to grow our excellent reputation, making customer service our top priority. We insist on all our staff providing a friendly, honest and reliable service. Our ongoing mission to improve and expand our products and services to our customers, mean that you will no doubt experience the next phase in the near future. We have now been joined by the younger brother of the Neophytou clan - Mario, who will have a major part to play in our imminent expansion plans.

Customer satisfaction and quality workmanship remain our top priority and with our continued investment in staff training and in new technology, we are able to deliver a service to meet the highest of expectations. Our membership to the Retail Motor Industry Federation, Motor Industry Code of Practice and the Good Garage Scheme ensures we are kept updated with the latest developments in the trade. We comply fully with the RMI and MICOP Quality Control Programmes and are independently audited every six months.

Our testimonials show that those who visit us, regularly reward us with excellent comments for our friendly, trustworthy, and professional attitude. We have received Nationwide recognition for outstanding customer service as 3 times finalists of the prestigious National Garage of the Year Awards.

If you haven't already experienced our ever more popular service, why not register with us now, so you too can 'experience the difference'. We'll make it our priority to contact you as soon as possible.

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