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Does the repair shop have to give me a warranty?

Yes, the shop must give you a warranty for at least 90 days or 5,000 kilometres, whichever comes first. The warranty must cover all new and reconditioned parts and the labour to replace them. But the warranty does not have to cover things such as:

  • fluids, lights, tires, or batteries,
  • parts that were not originally warranted by the manufacturer when the vehicle was new, or
  • parts that you have misused or abused.