No, New car dealers don’t have the authority to void your statutory new car warranty just because you had services or repairs done at a service center different to the dealership that you bought it from. While your dealership mechanic will specialize in your make of vehicle, they do not have to repair or service your vehicle to maintain the log book compliance (which ensures your vehicle remains under warranty).
You legitimately have the authority to visit any technician or car service center of your preference to get your Logbook service. Logbook Services must be carried out by a skilled specialist, as per manufacturers specifications, including utilizing genuine or similar quality components.
What to expect?
- Completed as per manufacturers spec
- Trained Technicians
- Genuine or appropriate quality components
- Latest in diagnostic equipment
- Logbook stamped incompletion
- Warranty maintains Intact