Service & Parts

Importance Of Regular Servicing

Servicing your car is important for many reasons. It doesn’t just save you time and money that’d be spent when the car breaks down, regular servicing could also save your life by preventing an accident due to your car malfunctioning from occurring. At Swan Reach Country, we offer regular servicing to all vehicles bought from us. We provide periodic maintenance check, full car service and parts replacement when required.

What Does A Full Car Service Consist Of?

A full car service assesses the condition of your car as a whole. It can look at everything from wear and tear to fluids, brakes, the engine, and more. Every service is different depending on the make and model. A full car service may involve up to 50 or more components, systems checks and adjustments including a new oil change and/or filter; fresh lubrication for your engine’s components; a tire rotation and/or balancing; diagnostics of your suspension system.

Why Should You Service Your Car?

“But my car’s just been MOT-ed” is a common expression. But it’s not the same as service. An MOT checks for safety, while a service takes care of wear and tear. That’s why vehicles require regular services but an MOT only needs to be carried out every few years. When you get your vehicle serviced, you’re helping to prolong the life of your car and keeping it safe on the road for longer.

Taking care and dealing with the smaller issues at an early stage will save you money in the long run. Although you would be paying in the present, it could take a vicious turn if you let the issue hatch, and become a bigger problem to repair or replace. For example, oil left unchanged can break the engine which would result in a costly fee compared to a simple oil check-up.

We also have spare parts available for you. In cases where servicing won’t be enough to get the car running anymore, you’d be required to purchase compatible parts to replace the broken/faulty one.

Properly maintaining a car is a crucial aspect of its overall health. It’s essential to service your vehicle between maintenance obligations and full-service or annual checkups. Maintaining your car can increase its resale value, which may translate into higher insurance premiums and lower monthly payments. Also, the higher you maintain your car’s health, the longer it can last before breakdowns occur.