Log Book Service
For those with newer vehicles, ensuring that you stay on top of your logbook service is vital to keeping your manufacturer warranty active, while also providing your vehicle with the maintenance required to perform like new consistently. The schedules for log book servicing vary not only due to the manufacturer but also from vehicle to vehicle.
What car manufacturers don’t like to tell you is that your cars log book servicing doesn’t have to take place at a dealer servicing centre but can be completed by an authorised log book servicing provider like the team at GMW Perth.
As qualified technicians for luxury German automobiles, the team at GMW offers comprehensive log book servicing for all makes and models that are affordably priced. We take the safety and performance of your car seriously, which is why when executing these services we only use parts, lubricants and oils that are approved by the manufacturer while carrying out all work to the correct specifications.
The team at GMW is committed to providing your car with the attention to detail it requires during these milestones. With our state-of-the-art workshop, highly qualified team of mechanics, and a strong work ethic based on enthusiasm for the work we do.
We believe that open communication with our clients creates effective solutions and has them driving away with their car performing as good as the day they drove it off the lot.
Get in touch with us today, to see how we can help with your log book servicing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Navigating the world of car servicing can be confusing for those not in the industry. The team at GMW wants to change this relationship with mechanics and the customers. We’re dedicated to not just fixing your car but offering advice and information about the ins and outs of the services required.
Our goal is to make sure you do not only feel more informed about what our team is doing when we work on your car, but also learn a thing or two along the way. With that in mind here are some questions (and answers) that we commonly get asked about log book servicing.
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