When it comes to the frequency of servicing your particular car, most manufacturers will outline these details in the owner’s manual and vehicle logbook. A section in either book will list all of the service intervals and what work needs to be carried out by the mechanics. 

Some manufacturers will have 6-month servicing intervals for their cars while others will have 12-month servicing intervals. In newer cars, regular servicing is often linked to the car’s warranty validity. 

If you dont have access to your vehicle owner’s manual or logbook, the basic rule is to book a service every 10,000 kms travelled or 6 months, whichever comes first. 

We’ve listed some helpful article links to help you find out more information on car servicing and maintenance.