Discussion in 'Engine maintenance, upgrades and modifications' started by Tetney, Jun 19, 2019.
Just put a Frank Sinatra CD in there......
I always sign it myself along with what ive done at the time of the service ,ive never had a problem when ive sold my cars privatley, anyone who doubts it is welcome to see my credentials of a qualified vehicle and aircraft technician. Not everyone has a b/new m3 to take to a steeler so virtually all my cars have been 7,8 +years old!
I always fill it out myself and staple the parts receipt folded up in there to back up. I also take a photo of the mileage and a photo of each stage of the service to back it up, but that's probably me being OTT
I keep the receipts, document the work with photos (normally have an ongoing ownership thread somewhere) & write exactly what has been done in the service book
I just note the mileage on the invoices/receipts and file them.
Same as above, i try to always use genuine parts and ask them to put the milage on the invoice just as added back up for the history file
I've never had any issue buying a car that's had DIY servicing done. If anything, I think I'd actually prefer that as it means the previous owner obviously cared.
I tend to fill in the service book with dates and milage and just keep hold of all the invoices. Never had anyone question it when I came to selling a car.