26 Jun
logbook scheduled servicing
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Maintaining your car after the manufacturer’s warranty / logbook scheduled servicing expires

Just because your manufacturer’s warranty has expired doesn’t mean your logbook scheduled servicing should!

When it comes to car maintenance, prevention is better than cure! Regular servicing keeps your car safe on the road and is something that should be continued long after your manufacturer’s warranty expires.

Car servicing basics

Regular servicing of your vehicle will:

  • Save you money by repairing before complete failure or breakdown
  • Keep you and others safe on the road
  • Improve fuel economy
  • Reduce running costs
  • Extend the life of your car
  • Improve potential resale value

Neglecting your cars basic needs will eventually lead to a breakdown or a costly trip to the mechanic for a full repair, which could have likely been avoided!

Read your owners manual

Your car’s manual is full of handy information such as service schedules, how to check tyre pressure, instructions for topping up fluids, and many other basic maintenance tips and how-tos.

In general, your car logbook scheduled servicing should be carried out every 6months or 10,000kms, whichever comes first. If anything this is even more important after your warranty expires as the vehicle will be older, have done more KM’s and may need a little extra TLC to keep it in as good as new condition!

Auto Leaders services come with a 6-month or 10,000km warranty (whichever comes first) – meaning you can be sure that your vehicle is operating safely and economically until its next service is due! Not only that, we service all vehicle makes and models, match any dealer capped price scheduled service, and give you 12 months Free Roadside Assistance! Instead of wondering why you should continue servicing long after your warranty expires, you should be wondering how you could pass up this offer with so much peace of mind included!