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If your car is still nearly new, it needs to be serviced regularly in order to keep the warranty valid. Missing services or having it serviced incorrectly could even void its warranty, potentially resulting in hassle and costly repairs down the line.
Damage from a natural disaster also voids your warranty, as the car's warranty only covers manufacturer's defects. Some examples of natural or environmental disasters that would void your car's warranty are earthquakes, fires, and hurricanes.
With any manufacturer not doing or not having proof of mandated maintenance can void the warranty. If the problem even by a far stretch could be caused by not having the oil changed as frequently as the manufacturer dictates, they will have either an excuse or valid reason for not honoring the warranty repair.
In fact, a modification won't void a warranty unless an automaker or a dealer can prove that an aftermarket part caused the need for repairs. In other words, your warranty will still be valid when your radiator springs a leak, even if you've added an aftermarket exhaust.
Per federal law modifying or having repairs done at a place other then the dealer/manufacturer (including DIY) should not void the warranty. It is supposed to be on the dealer to prove any modifications or non-dealer work caused the problem.
Yes, if a dealership says they will void your warranty for putting on a spoiler but the issue is mechanical, that's total BS because it's not related. As far warranty goes, most exterior parts will not void warranty.
Short Answer: No. By law, automakers and dealerships are not allowed to make you perform regular maintenance at a dealership for a new-car warranty to remain valid.
Car servicing under warranty In order to keep your car's warranty valid, your car will need to be serviced using approved parts. You can get your car serviced anywhere, but by going to a main dealer, you can be sure those all-important approved parts are used.
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