It's been several years since this incident, but I think it's worth sharing as something to consider before bringing your car to Lloyd's or any other mechanic shop.
My partner was a long-time Lloyd's customer relying on them for everything auto related. She understood she was paying a premium for their services (they are more expensive than many other shops), but continued to bring her car there because she felt well treated and was generally pleased with the work.
During her 100K tune-up they came to her with what is the most bizarre thing I've ever heard from a mechanic. The check up went fine, but when she went to pick up the car she was told that she should replace all the wiring in her car. The total cost to do so would be about $1,200.
She called me after she left the shop and I couldn't believe what she told. I thought she must have misunderstood them and asked her to call the shop again to confirm what they were asking her to do. She did, and they said she should replace all the wiring on her 10 year old car as it wears out over time. I'm sure it does eventually, but come on now. After we discussed it some more, and I had her speak with one of my auto enthusiast/amateur mechanic friends she was thankfully dissuaded from doing the work. It was the last time she brought her car to Lloyd's for any kind of work.
Six years later and guess what? Still no problems with any of the electrical components.