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FAQ’s

At RR motors we appreciate that technical matters can sometimes be daunting, particularly if it involves technical terminology. To assist you get the information you need quickly, we have answered the questions that are most often asked by our customers.

Why should I have my car serviced by RR motors?

It is important to have your car serviced regularly as it not only keeps your car running efficiently, but also helps prevent problems requiring costly repairs. RR motors are famous for their quality work and technical expertise, and are able to offer a range of service options to suit most cars, and all at a reasonable price.

Does RR motors provide a log book servicing?

Yes, RR motors are proud to provide log book services at competitive prices

Will I be shown what will be done to my car when it is serviced?

RR motors highly trained mechanics are more than happy to walk you through the work required to service your car. We will also happily show you any parts that have been replaced during a service, So why not give us a call today?

Can RR motors carry out a logbook service on my car?

A RR motors Logbook Service is a great way to keep your car in top shape. For a competitive rate, we can carry out a log book service on a new or used car according to the manufacturer’s instructions. RR automotive stores are equipped with the technical information and training to meet the manufacturer’s guidelines for most popular makes and models.

Will RR motors logbook service affect my new car warranty?

In relation to general servicing, the ACCC stipulates that vehicles with new car Statutory Warranty must be serviced by qualified staff, according to the manufacturer’s specifications, using genuine or appropriate quality parts where required. 
Where parts used are non-genuine, but interchangeable with the genuine part, they must be fit or appropriate for the purpose.

Why do my breaks squeak?

Brakes squeak for a variety of reasons. Often it’s harmless, the result of something like temporary moisture in the brake pads. But continuous squeals or grinding sounds should be taken very seriously as they may mean it’s time for new brake pads or shoes. Worn brakes can mean longer stopping distances and difficulty stopping in emergency situations. And rotors and drums that wear too thin can even become over-stressed to the point of cracking or breaking.

If you hear squealing or grinding, have your brakes checked right away. And even if you don’t hear squealing or grinding, have your brakes inspected once a year. It’s essential to be proactive about your brakes as regular service and, when appropriate, simple brake adjustments and repairs can make a real difference in your car’s safety.

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