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What do they mean by ‘wear and tear’?

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Wear and tear is defined as the gradual reduction in operating performance of a part or parts having regard to the age of the vehicle, the distance it has travelled and the operating conditions.

Examples of wear and tear components include but are not limited to brake pads, discs and drums, clutches, sparkplugs, air and fuel filters etc.

Wear and tear is not covered by warranty.

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At speeds of 20 km/h or higher, BCW alerts you if a vehicle enters your blind spot, even when you are in the process of changing lanes. LED warnings flash on the door mirror and an audio warning is emitted when you signal to make a lane change.