Log Book Servicing
Get your new car serviced by the book!
There’s nothing quite like the experience of a new car. Everything is perfect – just the way the manufacturer intended it to be, and you want to keep it that way, right?
For those of you who have purchased a new car, or a car that is still within the warranty period, log book servicing is essential for maintaining the warranty, maintaining the resale value and extending the life of your car.
What is a log book service?
A log book service is a series of checks, measurements and replacements carried out on new cars or cars within their warranty period. The exact nature of the service is designed by the manufacturer to keep the warranty in good standing, and it also extends the life of the car and prevents expensive repairs.
Your log book specifies the timing and outlines the exact checks which need to be carried out, and you must follow these instructions to maintain the warranty of your car.
What happens during log book service?
Each make and model of car has a different schedule of checks which need to be carried out, but the most common log book service checks, measurements and replacements you can expect to have conducted on your car are:
- Brake inspection and adjustment
- Steering and suspension
- 40-point vehicle inspection
- Change engine oil and filter
- Computer battery test
- Top up under bonnet fluids
- Tyre pressure
- Radiator hoses
- Fan belts
Where can I get my log book service?
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to get a log book service done at your dealer. Log book servicing must be conducted by a licensed mechanic, and CS Auto are the qualified, experienced and friendly team you can rely on. We’re independent from car dealers so you know you can trust us to conduct an unbiased log book servicing.
We also understand the thrill of having a new car and know how to keep it performing exactly the way the manufacturer intended.
Also, not to be confused with a vehicle log book for recording usage & KMs.