Let's Get Your Car
If you are an owner who maintains a proper logbook servicing of your car, it implies that your car is in perfect condition and its warranty is protected.
The car logbook helps to guide you on certain mechanical parts of the car which need to be looked into at specific time intervals. If you are an owner who maintains a proper logbook servicing of your car, it implies that your car is in perfect condition and its warranty is protected.
If your car is under warranty, then you need to maintain your logbook servicing and keep a record of these in your logbook. There are a number of very good reasons why a logbook car service is necessary for new cars and all of them relate to saving you some serious money during the time you own the vehicle.
While car dealers may try to make you believe otherwise, you don’t have to take your car back to the dealer for servicing.
The ACCC is clear on the point – any qualified mechanic, like Wicks can service your car and fill out the logbook.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says “a manufacturer’s warranty is a promise to the consumer that the vehicle will be free from defects for a certain period of time”.
When it comes to servicing your car, it can get confusing with all the different types of services out there.
Can also be called a ‘minor’ or ‘general’ service, which includes replacing just the engine oil and oil filter. There are also a number of checks involved that looks at the under the body of the car and under the bonnet of the car as well as fluids, brakes, tyres and operation of lighting system.
Is a series of scheduled services that are recommended by the car’s manufacturer at a particular time or kilometre intervals. Each logbook service inclusions vary depending on a car’s make and model.
The general rule of thumb is servicing your car every 6 months or 10,000kms, whatever comes first Log book includes things like wiper blades/cabin air filters etc. Standard service is usually just oil and filter and topping up of fluids etc.
Not sure if your car is due for a basic service or logbook service?
Let's Get Your Car