Non-OEM workshops can now service your car, but customers must respect the rules

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A car mechanic changes the brake disc of a Range Rover Evoque in a garage
A car mechanic changes the brake disc of a Range Rover Evoque in a garage
Marijan Murat

• Vehicle owners in South Africa can soon have their vehicles repaired and serviced independently.

• Independent service providers must be pre-approved before any work can be performed.

Any failure to comply with the set guidelines can result in a warranty being voided.

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