When you get a car, regardless of whether you lease or buy, you have to get it MOT’d and serviced. These happen at set intervals and yes, they do cost money. However, they are extremely beneficial and in the case of an MOT, a legal requirement. But what is actually involved in an MOT and a Service? In this article, we look at everything to do with MOT’s and Servicing including what they involve and how much they will cost.
With any car comes the burden of maintaining, servicing and repairing the vehicle. This can bring unexpected costs and can stretch your budget. Leasing can help to control these eventualities. Your car lease doesn't include servicing, maintenance and repair costs unless you opt to purchase a maintenance package. But, your car is covered by a manufacturer's warranty, usually for the duration of your lease. This means those key elements of the vehicle such as the engine, gearbox and some electrics are covered. If you plan to lease the car for longer than the warranty period you can purchase an extended warranty to ensure you keep your cover. Any defects or damage that occurs during normal vehicle usage should be rectified as soon as possible. This will ensure that the consequential damage is minimised.
Costs new drivers need to think about Whether you are taking driving lessons, booked your driving test or you've passed with flying colours, you'll likely be getting excited about the prospect of owning your own car and the freedom that comes with it. This article details the costs new drivers need to think about before buying or leasing a car.
The responsibility for servicing and maintaining your lease car lies with you. But do lease cars include servicing? We'll take you through everything you need to know in this article. A car service covers essential maintenance on the vehicle. It includes things like replacing the oil, changing the oil filter, checking all engine components and electrics. It also includes checks on wearables like tyres and brakes. The car service is designed to keep the car running smoothly and to prevent any major faults as a result of the car not being maintained.
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