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Repair costs generally will not begin until after the expiration of your warranty, but the need for maintenance will start almost immediately, so it is important to begin a regular system of maintenance as soon as possible. The maintenance schedule should be determined by the manufacturer of the vehicle - be wary of programs that are recommended by dealers since they often go far beyond the manufacturer's guidelines. To a large degree, they are designed more to increase the dealer's profitability than to enhance your car's health. Keep records of all maintenance done to your vehicle in the event that there is a warranty dispute. If you read the fine print of any warranty - factory or otherwise - you will see that you are responsible for a regular maintenance program (the warranty will not cover an engine that seized because it had run out of lubrication after 25,000 miles without an oil change). Although these disputes are relatively rare, it is much better to be prepared than sorry.
Compare before you repair.
Don't let habit force you back to the dealership where you bought the vehicle. There often can be a 5%, 10% or more difference between the same repair at competing facilities. This is especially true when body repairs are concerned. Get estimates and make comparisons before you commit and spend more than is necessary. Just be certain that you compare like repair, new parts to new parts or rebuild to rebuild.
We always try and keep our prices as low as possible and, as we have not got big advertising campaigns or a section in the local paper, we can afford to pass the savings straight back to YOU!
We keep Computerised data of all customers and their vehicles. So that if necessary a part can be ordered or reserved before the vehicle is brought in to be serviced or repaired.