What is a Low-Mileage Inspection?
A low-mileage inspection is undertaken to look for wear and tear of components and make sure all the parts work accordingly.
Why is a Low-Mileage Inspection necessary?
Suppose you have purchased a new vehicle or a used vehicle with low mileage. In that case, we recommend bringing it into a certified shop where service specialists can take a look and maintain the car before it starts having severe wear and tear. Owning a vehicle comes with lots of costs and responsibilities, and the more you take care of the car, the longer it will last.
When should I bring in my car for a Low-Mileage Inspection?
- It's a new vehicle under warranty, and it has reached 20,000 KM.
- It's a used vehicle that you have recently purchased
- Beginning of the winter season or if you are planning a long summer trip before your trip.