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SERVICE OVERVIEW

If you want a reliable and safe car that performs well, it’s important to look after it through regular servicing. Missing a car service to save money can be a false economy and could cost you more in the long term, as minor problems left unfixed can lead to major repairs.

A well maintained car will run smoothly and you will increase the life and maintain the worth of your vehicle.

 

Log Book Servicing

When it comes to manufacturer’s handbook or logbook servicing, it is important to understand you are not tied into expensive dealership service.

What is a logbook service?

When you purchase a new car, it comes with a logbook which is a guide for your vehicle’s recommended service intervals. It outlines exactly when it should be serviced and what needs replacing.

What the ACCC says about new car warranties….

Can you get your car serviced by someone other than the dealership you bought your car from without voiding the warranty?

The short answer is ‘yes’ although there are some conditions.

Under a motor vehicle statutory warranty, manufacturers are only entitled to insist that:

• Servicing is carried out by suitably qualified staff

• Servicing is done in accordance to the manufacturers documented specifications

• Servicing is done using appropriate quality parts where required

Providing these conditions are met, regardless of where the car is serviced, your warranty will remain intact.

Why choose us?

When we carry out a logbook service, not only do we follow their schedule, we carry out our own thorough inspection looking at all other aspects of the vehicle. If there is a fault with your new car, you want it picked up before it’s out of warranty so the manufacturer can rectify it free of charge.

All parts and lubricants used are either genuine or meet and exceed OEM standards, so you can be confident that your warranty will not be void.

General Servicing

Is your car out of warranty, due for a service or maybe missed a service or two? We can combine manufacturers recommended service schedules with our vast experience, to tailor fit a service based on your car’s current state.

With every service we do the basic items:

• Replace engine oil

• Replace oil filter

• Check and top up all fluids

• Cooling system inspection and pressure test

• Inspect belts and hoses

• Brake inspection and adjustment

• Inspect lights, wipers & tyre pressures

• Inspect air, fuel & cabin filters

• Test battery, starting and charging systems

• Full safety inspection

• Road test & report

As well as a full Safety Inspection, during your minor car service at our auto service centre, we will inspect and advise you of our recommendations on any items which require periodic maintenance, such as:

• Air filter

• Fuel filter

• Cabin filter

• Brake fluid

• Clutch fluid

• Automatic transmission service

• Manual gearbox oil

• Diff oil

• Transfer case oil

• Power steering oil

• Coolant

• Spark plugs

• Induction system cleaning

• Fuel system cleaning

WHY CHOOSE US

  • We make auto repair and maintenance more convenient for you
  • We are a friendly, helpful and professional group of people
  • Our professionals know how to handle a wide range of car services
  • We get the job done right — the first time

POPULAR QUESTIONS

  • How much is a service?

    It would be difficult to list the prices for servicing as it varies dependent on the make and model of the car, as well as the type of service it requires. We follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for servicing of each vehicle and therefore most prices will not be the same. Contact us for a quote or for more information.

  • How often should I have my car serviced?

    The best piece of advice here is to check your owner’s manual. This will specify how frequently your car should be serviced and the most important components and systems for checking.

    For older cars, an oil and filter change is necessary every six months or 10,000km (whichever comes sooner) at an absolute minimum.

    Generally speaking, a car should be serviced at least every six months (and therefore twice a year). Of course, if you notice that your car is underperforming, this is a sign that attention is necessary.

  • Why do you recommend regular servicing?

    Regular servicing can actually save you money by predicting repairs before component failure and breakdown, reduce running costs and improve fuel economy, as well as maintaining a good resale value.

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