What is a log book service?
A log book is usually located in your vehicles glove box. This book contains detailed information on your vehicles log book service requirements and the kilometers or months that they are required to be completed.
Log book services are required by your vehicles manufacture to keep your vehicles warranty intact.
What are the benefits of log book servicing?
Log book serving is a proactive approach to your vehicles maintenance. This allows for smalls issues to be caught and fixed before turning it to bigger problems.
Getting your log book service also makes sure your vehicle stays under warranty.
Where can I get my log book service?
Despite what your dealer may say, or the impression you get reading the logbook or warranty terms, you're legally entitled to shop around for the best servicing deal without voiding your manufacturer's warranty.
What work will be done during my log book service?
Each vehicle has specific requirements for their log book service. Vice Automotive has factory trained staff that are highly experienced with the procedures required by the manufacture to meet the log books requirements.
Common work required by a log book service:
Change engine oil & oil filter
Brake inspection and adjustment
Check steering and suspension
40 point vehicle inspection
Check and top up under bonnet fluid levels
Computer battery test
Check tyre pressures
Check radiator hoses
Check fan belts
What happens after my log book service?
After your log book service is complete and we have stamped your log book. You can drive away happy knowing that you have paid a fair and affordable price for high quality service by experienced technician and your manufactures warranty is still valid.
LOG BOOK SERVICING STARTING FROM $165*
*Additional costs may include: $20 for full-synthetic oil; $40 for DPF compatible oil.