Log Book Service in Glen Waverley
Call the experts at Total Car Care Centre
We can perform fully qualified log book servicing on a wide range of makes and models including: Holden, Ford, Mazda, Toyota, Nissan, BMW, Audi, Hyundai, Honda, Kia – and many more.
Ensuring that your car is regularly serviced maintains the service history of your vehicle and keeps your manufacturer’s warranty intact.
We don't have to have a physical log book in order to do a Log Book Service - it just means we follow the manufacturers guidelines. We can certainly provide you with a log book to help you record your cars service history, which will be a benefit if you ever decide to sell your vehicle.
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Many people believe they must go back to a car dealership for New Car Log Book servicing in order to maintain the warranty. Actually, the ACCC have consistently confirmed that under Australian Law, you are free to have your car service carried out by a mechanic or service centre of your choice provided they are qualified to do so. See our video to learn more.
What is a Log Book Service?
When you buy a new car, it comes with a manufacturers Log book. The Log book is a guide for your car’s recommended service intervals, procedures and inspection points. It outlines exactly what should be serviced, replaced or inspected on your new car, how often and when - according to the people who actually built your vehicle.
Where to get your Log book service…
At Total Car Care Centre – you know that with Repco’s Auto-Tech training - all of our mechanics are fully qualified to perfrom new car servicing without damaging your statutory warranty. Our Auto-tech training means we have the most up to date knowledge in modern vehicle technology and diagnostic techniques. Our mechanics work always meets strict quality guidelines and is performed to the manufacterurs guidelines, we use quality parts and all of our work is covered by the Repco Nationwide Warranty.
So Call Us at Total Car Care Centre today or use our handy Contact Form and one of our staff will be happy to contact you about a log book service for your car.
For more information about New car warranty and your right to choose your mechanic or service centre for your log book servicing - download the ACCC information guide at http://transition.accc.gov.au