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      SERVICE PLANS

      Get a service plan from only R230pm

      Services Covered Routine Replacements Labour Covered

      Why do I need a Service Plan?

      Servicing your own car is easy… if you are a mechanic… 

      If you are not, you might want to consider getting a service plan.

      What if you don’t need all the horns and hubcaps? Thankfully not all service plans are created equal. Service plans can vary in terms of what parts are needed to be replaced over the course of your car’s life cycle. A comprehensive service plan can cover the costs of both major and minor services, while more basic plans also give you the option of adding extensions to your plan, making it the best fit for your wheels.

      Why do I need a Service Plan?

      Servicing your own car is easy… if you are a mechanic… 

      If you are not, you might want to consider getting a service plan.

      What if you don’t need all the horns and hubcaps? Thankfully not all service plans are created equal. Service plans can vary in terms of what parts are needed to be replaced over the course of your car’s life cycle. A comprehensive service plan can cover the costs of both major and minor services, while more basic plans also give you the option of adding extensions to your plan, making it the best fit for your wheels.

      Car Service Plan Benefits

      • Spark plugs
      • Air filters
      • Pollen filters
      • Engine oil
      • Petrol filters
      • Sump plugs
      • Brake fluid
      • Engine cleaner
      • Consumables
      • Labour cost

      FAQ About Service Plans

      When you take your car in for a service, you are being the responsible adult your parents always hoped you’d become. This routine upkeep of your vehicle involves the replacement of oils, spark plugs, and various other parts required to keep your vehicle in optimal running condition. Show your car some love by continuing with this upkeep.

      A service plan goes hand-in-hand with owning a car. Sometimes a service plan can be offered by the dealership as part of your purchase of a car, but it is also available as a standalone offering. This contractual agreement covers a specified number of services in exchange for a specified number of payments. Think of it like your mobile phone contract.

      Depending on the service plan of your choice there may be a waiting period of around 4 consecutive payments that are required before you can make your first service claim.

      You can take your vehicle to an RMI (Retail Motor Industry) approved facility or workshop. Depending on your provider and the plan you have chosen, you may have the option of taking your car to the manufacturer or franchised dealership.

      Again, depending on the service plan you decide to take out for your car, any limits on your plan would be detailed in the agreement with your service provider. The potential limit to your service plan is often dependent on how much you pay each month and how long you have been making these payments. For example, if your plan is paid monthly, and your first service claim occurs before the agreed number of consecutive successful payments have been received, it will be capped at the amount you have paid toward your service plan portion. Thereafter, provided you have followed the plan, your service will not be capped.

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      Car Service Plan Benefits

      • Spark & Sump plugs
      • Air filters
      • Pollen filters
      • Engine oil
      • Petrol filters
      • Brake fluid
      • Engine cleaner
      • Consumables
      • Labour cost

      FAQ About Service Plans

      When you take your car in for a service, you are being the responsible adult your parents always hoped you’d become. This routine upkeep of your vehicle involves the replacement of oils, spark plugs, and various other parts required to keep your vehicle in optimal running condition. Show your car some love by continuing with this upkeep.

      A service plan goes hand-in-hand with owning a car. Sometimes a service plan can be offered by the dealership as part of your purchase of a car, but it is also available as a standalone offering. This contractual agreement covers a specified number of services in exchange for a specified number of payments. Think of it like your mobile phone contract.

      Depending on the service plan of your choice there may be a waiting period of around 4 consecutive payments that are required before you can make your first service claim.

      You can take your vehicle to an RMI (Retail Motor Industry) approved facility or workshop. Depending on your provider and the plan you have chosen, you may have the option of taking your car to the manufacturer or franchised dealership.

      Again, depending on the service plan you decide to take out for your car, any limits on your plan would be detailed in the agreement with your service provider. The potential limit to your service plan is often dependent on how much you pay each month and how long you have been making these payments. For example, if your plan is paid monthly, and your first service claim occurs before the agreed number of consecutive successful payments have been received, it will be capped at the amount you have paid toward your service plan portion. Thereafter, provided you have followed the plan, your service will not be capped.

      Beep-beep, MotherF*nancial!

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