As requested, here's an update of my car going in for some work I took my car in with two problems: 1) drastically increased fuel consumption (getting 250 miles out of tank instead of near 400) 2) Aircon not working. They can't find anything at all wrong which could be causing the problem with the fuel consumption (they've hooked it up to their computer and checked for leaks). They said that the only thing left to try is replacing the air filters. I asked whether or not it's possible to look at the air filters and determine if they need replacing, but apparently that's impossible. However, my car is due a service in 1000 miles, at which point they're due to be replaced anyway. I asked if it was possible to get my car service today under serviceplus, but was told that it wasn't. I asked how far before the 0 mile deadline I could get it serviced and they weren't sure. Nice. Does anyone know the answer to that question? I would've thought that just under 1000 miles to go was reasonable. So... on to the second problem. The air-conditioning. Apparently it's totally out of gas. Not a bit left in. I'm guessing that re-gassing isn't covered by Serviceplus because it's not "wear and tear". They've also said that not only do I have to have it regassed, but that they also need to put a dye in to see if there's any leaks. Cost for that £110+vat. Now I can hang on two weeks (that's how long it'll take me to cover almost 1000 miles) for a service and have the filters replaced for nothing, that's just an inconvenience (I would've hoped that they'd accommodate me today...). However, I'm not sure what to do about the aircon issue. Has anyone ever had their aircon regassed under service plus? Doesn't serviceplus cover the likes of oil replacement - so shouldn't it also replace the gas in my aircon? I've said I'll call back when I decide what to do. I'd appreciate any advice from serviceplus regulars!