ThanksThe "working" liquid has a very low boiling point and will rarely be seen as a liquid if it escapes - best you are likely to see is a very thin vapour which dissipates very quickly. If what you saw was water then this is simply condensate.
Nope. Not one that isn't a garage or some other sort of car service place.
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2016 was the cutover point for R134 and R1234.Thanks. One of them still exists and is open! Hadn't been intending to go to Gloucester but I've booked in with them for tomorrow.