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The Warranty Terms

The warranty terms for parts and labor at Tucker Auto Care, or any automotive repair shop, can vary and are typically outlined in their service agreements or on their website. However, I can provide you with a general explanation of how warranties on parts and labor in the automotive repair industry typically work.
  • Parts Warranty
    The parts used in your vehicle's repair or maintenance may come with a manufacturer's warranty. This means that if a part fails or has a defect within the warranty period, you may be eligible for a replacement or repair at no additional cost to you. The specific terms and duration of this warranty can vary depending on the part and the manufacturer. Tucker Auto Care may offer parts warranties that match or extend the manufacturer's warranty.
  • Labor Warranty
    Labor warranties are typically provided by the automotive repair shop, such as Tucker Auto Care. This warranty covers the workmanship and labor performed during the repair or maintenance service. If an issue arises due to faulty workmanship or if the same problem reoccurs shortly after the repair, the labor warranty ensures that the repair shop will correct the problem at no additional cost to you. The duration and terms of labor warranties can vary from shop to shop, so it's essential to ask Tucker Auto Care about their specific labor warranty policy.
It's crucial to read and understand the warranty terms and conditions provided by Tucker Auto Care or any automotive repair shop before agreeing to any services. Ask questions if you have any doubts about what is covered and for how long. Additionally, make sure to keep records of your service and warranty documentation in case you need to make a claim in the future.