Specialist Vehicles employs factory-trained and fully qualified technicians who are able to perform electric vehicle servicing and maintenance on-site to an extremely high standard and can take care of the more complicated and complex electrical components. This includes power steering motors, AC pumps, and high voltage relay banks.
When should I get my electric vehicle serviced?
The major benefit of having an electric or hybrid vehicle is that they don’t need to be serviced as regularly as petrol or diesel cars. Even so, components such as tyres and lights should still be checked regularly to ensure they are in safe and working order.
If you have purchased your car with us, you’ll have a service schedule so you’re aware when your next one will be. But typically, all vehicles need to be serviced after a certain mileage or amount of time. Most vehicles pre-warn you with a service due notification on your dashboard or a spanner tool.
If you choose to get your vehicle serviced with us, we can upload all service history onto a digital service book for you so you can easily access it via an app, or the internet via a computer, tablet or smartphone.
You will be able to keep your vehicle in pristine condition by keeping on top of this schedule, as well as ensuring any warranty that is remaining is kept intact.
What does electric vehicle servicing include?
When it comes to servicing your electric vehicle, this is what is included:
Major areas checked:
All of these follow a similar assessment to a petrol or diesel vehicle.