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Avoid expensive repairs!

Keep your car in top condition by scheduling regular services at our affordable prices. We come to you! A1 Pride Mobile Mechanics are qualified and licensed to perform log book services and service for cars under warranty. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO HAVE DEALERSHIPS SERVICE YOUR VEHICLE. Read more here: http://www.a1pridemobilemechanics.com.au/log-book-service/

Having your car serviced at your home or work by A1 Pride Mobile Mechanics is so convenient. A time is scheduled to suit you and arrangements can be made if you prefer not to be at home for the service. All work is guaranteed and is performed by a fully qualified experienced mechanic.

Your car should have the engine oil and filter changed along with several checks and inspections every 10,000km.

At each specified kms there are additional replacements, checks and inspections recommended. Please ask for advice if you are unsure which service your car requires.

For more information visit: http://www.a1pridemobilemechanics.com.au/service/
Log Book Service & Service for Cars Under Warranty
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A1 Pride Mobile Mechanics are qualified and licensed to perform log book services and service for cars under warranty. Reliable Car Services

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For a timing belt expert to come to you contact A1 Pride Mobile Mechanics. Call Prideri on 0415 073 306

Have an A1 Pride Mobile Mechanic do a pre-purchase vehicle inspection before you buy.  A small price to pay for peace of mind. Best value with prices $150-$250. http://www.a1pridemobilemechanics.com.au/used-car-inspections/

A1 Pride Mobile Mechanics are qualified and licensed to perform log book services and service for cars under warranty.

Beware of service packages with dealers as they could be designed to lure you in for mostly unnecessary and expensive extra work they "find" needs doing.

“A common concern for new car buyers is their right to have someone, other than the dealer, service the car without putting warranties at risk.
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The ACCC says that under the Trade Practices Act dealers cannot limit their warranty obligations or claim the warranty is void if the vehicle is serviced by someone other than the dealer or its agent. The statutory warranty applies to new and second hand cars. A consumer expects a second hand car to run effectively without repairs although, depending on price and age, it may not be expected to last as long as, or perform to the same standard as a new car.

Where a problem arises (other than in servicing) and it is covered by the warranty, the vehicle should be taken to the dealer for repair.
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