Mobile Marine Services

Starters, Alternators, Charging Systems

Obtain Warrant of Fitness for Trailer

    • Trailer Led Upgrades
    • Full Re-wires of Trailer Boats
    • Fitting/Wiring of Under Water Lights
    • Winches
    • Sound System Installations
    • Additional Battery Installations
    • Electrical Fault Finding in Outboard Motors
    • Solar Panels
    • GPS Tracking i.e. notification of theft or damage

For all Marine Electrics, Hands Free kits, LED lights, Starters, Alternators, Wiring, Bluetooth Stereos

A1 Mobile Auto Electrical and Marine

Mobile Auto Services

Starters, Alternators, Alarms

Obtain Warrant of Fitness for Trailer

Bluetooth/Stereo installations and de-installations trailer Lights Caravan Lighting Aerials Batteries

A1 Mobile Auto Electrical and Marine

Maintenance Program

    • A1 Mobile Marine is now providing an on-going maintenance arrangement with regular checks to keep everything going well. It is always cheaper to maintain a boat than to repair a breakdown.
    • Obtain Warrant of Fitness for Trailer

Maintenance Programme includes checking the following:

    • Batteries including terminals and load test
    • Charging System
    • Bilge Pumps Operation i.e. Check impellors and float switch functions
    • Winch Operation i.e. condition of terminals, clutch and mounting bolts
    • Drive Belts
    • Starter and Connections
    • Lighting: Navigational, Interior etc
    • Basic Maintenance - i.e. Painting and Repairs

Options of 3 or 6 or 12 monthly Maintenance Programme, please contact Brad on 0274 948 576 if you would like to know more.

A1 Mobile Auto Electrical and Marine


A1 Mobile Marine is an agent for Trojan Batteries

A1 Mobile Auto Electrical and Marine

Technical Tips and Helpful Hints


Regular maintenance of batteries is critical to the performance of your boat's charging system and house electrics.

    • Check water levels every month in summer and top up with distilled water if low
    • Lead acid batteries will sulphate the plates if left in a half charged or low state for a prolonged period of time
    • Think about fitting a fully automatic charger, this can be left connected with no harm to batteries.
    • Sixty percent of Coastguard callouts are for flat batteries. Consider installing a second battery in your vessel.


(Light Emitting Diodes) are a relatively new innovation to the Marine Industry. Think about changing your boat lighting to LED lighting. Power consumption will be minimised and reliability will be optimised.


    • Check Annually:
      Mounting Bolts
      Gearbox Bolts
    • Connections loose or corroded - hint spray with softseal CRC
    • Bi Annually:
      Remove top clutch assembly
      Check for wear in seals and bushing
    • Remember Winches are like your outboard they require care and maintenance.