The maintenance log is the health log of your car
To give a more telling picture, the maintenance log of your car corresponds to its health log. It concentrates all the information specific to the car, its use and its specificities, as well as the elements testifying to its follow-up. As a result, the logbook is specific to each vehicle. For example, a Renault Clio and a Citroën C3 have completely different service books even though these two models are quite similar on the market. It is delivered by the manufacturer with the car upon delivery.
It includes details of the recommended revisions and the schedule to be observed. It indicates the periodicity and the recommended mileage to carry out the servicing on your car. Typically, the interval is one year for gasoline-powered cars and two years for diesel-powered cars. For hybrid cars, the intervals are similar to petrol cars. Mechanical maintenance on electric cars is virtually nil.
The recommended mileage between two revisions generally ranges between 15,000km and 30,000km depending on the engine and energy (diesel cars running on diesel fuel require more frequent maintenance, analyzing the costs of future maintenance is a good thing in order to better control your car budget). On the same theme, Capcar offers you a used Citroën C3.