Welcome to part two of the Renault Warranty in-depth explanation for new vehicles. The previous article looked at specific situations where your warranty would be invalid, i.e. when the equipment was installed by a non-accredited technician. In part two, we will share more valuable insights into the particular damages and failures that are exempt from the cover provided by the Renault warranty.
One of the first things people ask when buying a new car is whether it comes with a warranty. The good news is that the Renault Warranty is one of our hallmarks which we stand by. As one of the leading car brands in South Africa, we believe in our product and have tailored a warranty that proves our unwavering faith in our workmanship.
When dealing with horrible subjects, it is better for the storyteller to not get too graphic, but to let the reader connect the dots. Here are two dots regarding car seats and children.
Dot 1: Hospital Emergency Room staff often refer to children sitting on an adults’ laps in cars as ‘airbags’.
Effective car maintenance plays an important part in the automotive world whether you own a small hatchback, an SUV or a luxury sedan. Since we can remember, there have been several misconceptions and car myths about how to properly look after your vehicle. Not only from a physical maintenance perspective but also how to maximise performance.
As the petrol price continues to soar, improving fuel efficiency is the best way to protect your budget. It’s no secret that when your car works the way it should that it consumes less fuel. And while fuel efficiency certainly depends on the car you buy, the way you drive also plays an important role. To help motorists understand how easy it can be, we’ve highlighted a few important fuel-saving tips for manual cars.