Friday, 19 February 2016
We all know that prevention is better than cure, but we don't always prepare for the cost of an annual car service.
No matter what the age, mileage and condition of your vehicle, it will require repairs at some point as a result of everyday wear and tear. Regular servicing can alleviate the long-term impact of this wear and tear by identifying any potential issues and correcting them before they escalate to a costly item to repair.
Monthly payments via direct debit are the most common method to keep up with the demands of most household bills, enabling people to spread the burden of large costs.
However, how many people can say they budget monthly for their car servicing?
Whilst many of us know that planning in advance and putting aside money for car servicing and repairs is the sensible option, budgeting for this important item is not always straightforward unless you are following a plan.
Thanks to a new service from the Good Garage Scheme, motorists can now budget for their car servicing and take some of that worry away.
The Good Garage Scheme Service Plan is now available to help motorists keep their cars on the road and in good condition.
Participating Good Garage Scheme member garages will offer their customers the option to pay a small monthly amount into a Service Plan so that when their annual car service is due, the money is ready and the service can take place.
Not only does this allow motorists to budget for their car maintenance, but it can also save them money in the future as a regularly-serviced vehicle is less likely to require repairs than one which has not been serviced for some time. Another bonus of a well-maintained vehicle is that when you come to sell the car, it will maintain more of the value with a fully stamped service book.
For more information, visit the website.