Servicing

Servicing

Correct regular servicing is essential to ensure your vehicle is in the best possible working order.
Whether you use your vehicle for the weekly shop or for traveling long distance on a daily basis, it is important to keep your vehicle correctly maintained.
Most vehicle manufactures recommend that a vehicle is serviced at least once a year or 10,000 miles whichever occurs first.
A full service will normally consist of a full engine flush, replacement of the oil and filters, spark plugs, a thorough inspection of braking system, drive train, tyres and fluid levels.
It is also important to make sure the timing belts are replaced in line with the manufacturer’s recommendations. Routine servicing not only helps to extend the life of your vehicle, but it can also reduce the risk of unfortunate breakdown and costly repair bills.

 

New Car Warranty and servicing – Your rights and responsibilities
As a car owner, you have the right to take your car to any licenced garage or mechanic for servicing, but you must ensure that the servicing is carried out exactly as per the manufacturer’s servicing schedule.  This means servicing must be undertaken on time and must use any parts or lubricants specified by the manufacturer.

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