Usually, vehicles purchased at authorized genuine stores will have a free warranty period. There are companies that allow a warranty period of up to 3 years (or equivalent to 30,000 km). Therefore, you should maintain your car periodically according to the instructions on the warranty card. If the warranty expires, vehicle owners should take the time to learn about the recommended mileage to replace or maintain certain parts. Then, check the number displayed on the meter to see if your part requires service.
If the warranty is still valid, take your car to authorized stores of the company. If not, opt for a skilled shop or repairer. Sometimes the big stores don’t have good service.
Besides, you also need to check the price of the spare parts. You can check the prices of parts that need replacement on many websites, or you can check the prices at the store before a mechanic removes the part. This is to avoid paying a premium over the real value.