Invalidating warranty

Posted by / 05-Apr-2016 19:06

If a new part is fitted to your vehicle that's deemed better than the original one as the result of a claim, you may be expected to contribute towards the cost of the part.Some warranties may also require you to contribute towards labour charges.Used cars that are bought from an independent dealer or car supermarket may come with a warranty as part of the price, or for an additional cost.

This is because they're returned to the original dealer or manufacturer, usually via part-exchange, before undergoing a detailed pre-sale inspection.

Note that using a franchised dealer for repairs is likely to be more expensive than using an independent garage.

These warranties tend to be transferable to a new owner if the car is sold on, providing the warranty is still valid.

Witham MOT and Service Centre is a fully equipped service centre with full diagnostics equipment which allows us to code read vehicles and program keys.

In turn, this allows us to undertake servicing of most new cars exactly to the manufacturers specification without invalidating your warranty.

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