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Before you visit your mechanic,
it’s a good idea to write down any
problems you’ve noticed so that you
don’t forget important details to leave
with the mechanic.
If your car has been serviced recently
in a different shop, bring along the
repair slips.

A log may also help your mechanic
diagnose problems with your car.

Which happened first, the noise
in your front suspension or the
shimmy in your steering?
That kind of information may help
your mechanic piece together
what’s going on with your car.

Try to be specific when talking about
your car’s problems.

Explain when the problem began.

For example: Did the problem happen
after hitting a pothole?
If there's a leak, try to explain what
the leak is and how much has leaked.
So you're not stuck paying for
additional repairs that you didn't
request but they may claim that
is necessary.

If you would like to write down any
problems you’ve noticed so that you
don’t forget important details to
leave with the mechanic, you may print
out our Vehicle Service Write-Up Sheet
to fill out and take with you when
yo
u take your car in to be serviced.

Each time you notice a problem
with your car, log it.

Click on the Link to print out your
Vehicle Service Write-Up Sheet.


You may print out as many copies
as you wish.