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Having your car serviced is important, so do you service your car on time?


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My husband makes me. It actually drives me nuts cause it's so expensive. I would definitely stretch it out a bit. But he insists on doing it right on time.

My husband does the same. He really loves his car, so I somewhat understand.
by Vee
Yes, after a couple of reminder letters! If I don't stick to the schedule I lose my extended warranty and road side assistance deal.
I sure do.
I bought a new car about 2 years ago and it is under warranty for 3 years, and part of this warranty is that it gets serviced at a particular time which because I do so few miles, is every six months.

Even when I had an older car, I am fastidious about getting it serviced every 6 months -a husband must have drummed this into me many years ago as am quite fanatical about it!
by Finy
I wish I could get as excited about servicing my car as you do Finy. Haha, I imagine my husband would too!
by Vee
I must have been "obedient" and been brain washed by one of them!
by Finy
Sounds plausible, hahaha.
by Vee
Yes - I think that's best for maintenance. As long as you're sure that your mechanic isn't trying to make you pay for more than you need.
That's a good point. Our mechanic is an honest one, so we don't have to worry too much so long as we see him.
by Vee
No. My brother is a mechanic and it drives him crazy that I leave it so long.
Usually no, but I'm never very late getting it done. My dealership has a schedule based on kilometers driven, and I usually roll up a few hundred passed due. Every now and then I leave it up to a thousand overdue but that usually has to due with scheduling an appointment, not laziness or avoidance.
Yes, on time every time - even though my motor vehicle is out of warranty!
I try to be on time, but it may be a month over.
I know the importance of that long awaited service.
I also have the little sticker on the inside of the window to remind me when it is next due.
Oh! jonaj, that photo is just 'gold'! Love it! Cheers!
by donjo
lol..... :)
by jonaja
Definitely!
Lives are at risk!
It is a must, it's false economey to miss or be late servicing your vehicle. Forget the costs, it could save your life.

If you can afford to own a car, you can afford to include the associated costs of keeping it on the road, or you should not have a car.

Really, the safety factor should always be first on your mind, not the cost of keeping it pristine and or the other compliant...cost of traffic infringements. Start thinking SAFETY. So, get it serviced and know your car is perfectly ok to drive. I love my cars, they never complian or answer back, can I trade in the kids?
My husband reminds me to, and he makes the booking for me.
My husband reminds me to, and he makes the booking for me.
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