Dromana Roadworthy and Service Center - Car Servicing

They say that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! This is especially so with cars and why vehicle manufacturers specify regular log book services.

Whether it be checking the serpentine belts, replacing the brake pads, inspecting the shock absorbers or filling the transmission fluid, the actual tasks carried out in each log book services are carefully designed to be carried out at specific intervals and thereby keep your car running at optimal performance.

Staying on top of log book services also ensures that your vehicle’s warranty will be upheld. The expert team at Dromana Roadworthy and Service Centre in Dromana are fully qualified to conduct your vehicle’s next Log Book Service, so contact us today and book it in.

What is Log Book Servicing?

Log Book Servicing is a proactive approach to car maintenance where regular inspections and small fixes keep your vehicle running smoothly and efficiently and prevent small problems turning into major damage and problems which could be very costly to repair.

Every passenger car (and most commercials vehicles) is issued with a “Log Book” by the manufacturer which lays out the specified timing and agenda for your regular log book services. You should keep your log book in your glove box for reference and recording any details but we can also refer to our database to get the required information if you’ve misplaced your book.

The schedule of the service will be a combination of both Time OR Distance.

You may be tempted to delay your next log book service because your car is probably still driveable and it may not have reached BOTH the time and distance measures. While you obviously need to find availability in your budget and schedule, don’t delay too long because wear and tear on the car will increase exponentially and could lead to damage which is many times more expensive than the log book service would have been.

What’s included?

Every car is different and the agenda for each service changes according to the schedule which is why each vehicle is issued with a log book. Here are some examples of what can be included;

Change Oil

Check Coolant

Check Car Battery

Check Transmission Fluid

Check Brake Fluid

Check the Condition of the Air Filter

Check Power Steering Fluid

Check Spark Plugs

Check Turn Signals

Check Brake Lights

Check Heating System

Brake Check

Belt Check

Hose Check

Tyre Rotation

Coolant Sensor Check