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Do we have to have the 30,000 mile check-up to keep our warratte of 60,000

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You need to do the service, but it does NOT have to be done by a dealership.. You can have it done at a independent shop or you can even do it yourself just keep all receipts of service items bought and records of service if a warranty issue arises and the dealer request service documentation...

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No, however I would recommend it anyway. You should never skip on maintenance.

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