A log book is the booklet supplied by your manufacturer, usually found inside the glovebox. It contains all essential information about the service requirements of your vehicle for the first 200,000 kilometers. Following what the log book says is important as it is a way of assuring that your vehicle will be performing on its optimum. The log book tells a vehicle owner what needs to be done at a specific time. For example, a coolant may need to be replaced at 30,000 kilometers. Keeping the log book updated and maintained is essential because of the following reasons:
A detailed history of your car maintenance allows you to place a better selling price for your vehicle since the buyer is assured that it is in proper working condition.
You have a clear idea of the condition of your car since you have a history of all repairs and car maintenance. This minimises confusion on what needs to be done the next time you send your car to a mechanic.
Car manufacturers now provide 5 to 10 year warranties. Missing your logbook or not following what the log book tells you to do can easily void the warranty. Voiding the warranty means additional expenses so you may not want this to happen just because of neglect.
Motorossi recommends that you find your log book, get acquainted with it, read and understand it. Most importantly, you need to follow all maintenance procedures required for your vehicle. Motorossi is an authorised car service provider and we have all the necessary tools and equipments to conduct all types of services specified by your car manufacturer.
We will stamp your car’s log book to certify that we have serviced your vehicle according to the manufacturer’s guidelines. This way, you will never have to worry about voiding your car’s warranty. Contact us today and allow us to provide the best and most efficient log book services for your vehicle.