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    WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2018 ❚ SIUSLAW NEWS
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It’s A Myth That Only New-Car Dealers
Can Service Vehicles Under Warranty
(NAPS)—True or false: Until
your vehicle is out of warranty, it
must be serviced by the new-car
dealer or the factory warranty
will be void. Although many
people would have answered
“true,” the correct answer is
“false,” according to the Car
Care Council.
By law, independent repair
shops can also provide services
to maintain your new-car war-
ranty. Consumers are protected
by the Magnuson-Moss War-
ranty Act, enforced by the Fed-
eral Trade Commission (FTC),
which prohibits a manufacturer
from voiding the vehicle war-
ranty because service was done
by a nondealer.
According to the FTC, “It’s ille-
gal for a dealer to deny your war-
ranty coverage simply because
you had routine maintenance
or repairs performed by some-
one else. Routine maintenance
often includes oil changes, tire
rotations, belt replacement,
fluid checks and flushes, new
brake pads and inspections.” It’s
also important to note that the
2017 JAYCO WHITE HAWK 26’
1946 WILLIE JEEP
1948 JEEP CJ2A
Dry weight 5135lbs, queen
bed, couch, deep slide
out, power jack & awning,
nice indoor &
outdoor kitchen, TV &
music. Perfect tail-gater.
$34,000 obo
541-902-8593
Many new and
rebuilt parts.
$6,500 OBO
541-999-1475
In very
good condition.
$7,500
541-999-8383
Reduce
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1994 FORD
RANGER
2011 TOYOTA CAMRY LE
39.5K miles, auto,
4cyl., 2nd owner,
loaded. Newer
wheels & tires,
factory spoiler. Very
good cond. $9,400
541-991-6677
Runs great,
20-24 mpg.
$2,300 obo
541-997-6064
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recommendations and require-
ments.
“It’s a common misconception
that only car dealers can per-
form the routine maintenance
and repairs on a newer vehicle
that is under warranty,” said
Rich White, executive director,
Car Care Council. “The truth
is that consumers can have rou-
tine repairs performed by their
local independent repair shop or
do the work themselves without
affecting the warranty.”
The nonprofit Car Care Coun-
cil is the source of information
for the “Be Car Care Aware”
consumer education campaign
promoting the benefits of regu-
lar vehicle care, maintenance
and repair to consumers.
Learn More
For information from the
FTC about auto warranties and
routine maintenance, visit www.
consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0138-
auto-warranties-rou tine-main-
tenance. For a copy of the coun-
cil’s “Car Care Guide” or for fur-
ther facts, visit www.carcare.org.
You don’t have to get your car ser-
viced at the dealer—but wherever
you go, keep the receipts.
“Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
makes it illegal for companies to
void your warranty or deny cov-
erage under the warranty simply
because you used an aftermarket
or recycled part.”
When using a nondealer, inde-
pendent aftermarket shop to
maintain your vehicle, the coun-
cil strongly recommends you
keep records and receipts for all
maintenance done to the vehicle
and adhere to scheduled mainte-
nance requirements. If a warran-
ty claim arises, these records will
provide proof that maintenance
has been performed in accor-
dance with the manufacturer’s
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Did You Know?
(NAPSA) Clinical re-
search suggests that eating
just one serving of eight
strawberries a day fresh or
frozen may improve heart
health, reduce the risk of
some cancers and support
brain health. For further
facts, tips and recipes, visit
www.californiastrawberries.
com.
You don’ t have to fi nd
yourself in a fi x fi nancially
just because your car needs
to be fi xed. You can learn
just about everything you
need to service and repair
your car right and for the
right price with help from
the free myCarfax.com app.
Consumer Federation
of America has created a
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had a data breach, now
what? 7 questions to ask
when considering identity
theft services, to help busi-
nesses deal with identity
theft. Learn more at www.
IDTheftInfo.org.
Teachers and coaches
can prepare their pupils for
the future in a way many
may not realize. As volunteer
school Selective Service reg-
istrars, they help young men
fulfi ll their legal obligation
and retain their electability
for many jobs and scholar-
ships. Learn more at www.
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National Tooth Fairy
Day
Feb. 28, 2018
Here is how it works…
We will put a graphic or photo in the box to the
left. You find it somewhere in the classifieds.
Come into our office, Enter your name, phone
number and describe where you found the graphic
or bring in a clipping to attach to your entry into
the drawing for a gift certificate.
Gift Certificates must be picked up within 2 weeks of winning
Deadline for today’s paper:
Thursday by 2:00 PM
Siuslaw News
541-997-3441
DAVID JEFFERIS found the National
Strawberry Day Graphic on page 10B
(TR Hunter – bottom section – 1st row,
4th property – Peak of 87637 Hwy. 101).
He won a gift certificate to
The Chicken Coop.
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We Design ~ We Install
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CLEANING SERVICES
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Robert’s Handyman Service
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G ENERAL C ONTRACTOR
CCB #96660
Tweety Sez:
Consistent, Quality Cleaning.
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997-2385.
Florence Janitorial Services
For clean as a whistle, call
For What’s Bugging You
Call Robert or Marcus
541-997-5970 • 541-991-7870 (cell)
Environmentally Responsible
Free Inspections
30 Years Experience • Reasonable Rates• Senior Discount • Lic. #209676
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Certified-Bonded
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CARPET
CLEANING
Design ~ Construction ~ Remodel
Additions ~ Rot Repair ~ Etc.
Residential • Commercial
Upholstery
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CCB #96660
STEAM OR DRY
Smoke • Water Cleanup
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Carpet Cleaning
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
Family owned & operated
541-999-5169
All major credit cards accepted
Licensed • Certified
Insured
PEST CONTROL
We specialize in Structural Problems and Dry Rot
Bill and Jo Hine, Owners
CERTIFIED, LICENSED, BONDED & INSURED
Major credit cards accepted
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L AND C LEARING • P AVING • T RUCKING
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REAL ESTATE
Lynnette Wikstrom – Broker
(541) 999-0786
CCB#167683
Living in the Florence area since 1979.
Joe Ellis
Construction
COAST REAL ESTATE
100 Highway 101
Florence, OR 97439
General Contractor
No Job Too Small!
541-543-7764 CCB#186756
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WINDOWS
Yes! WE DO WINDOWS!
Window Cleaning
D-077
ELECTRICAL
Commercial • Residential
Connie, Bill & Mike Spinner–997-8721
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Store Hours: Mon. thru Fri., 8 A.M. to Noon
Forrest G. Grigsby • Stanton E. Grigsby
P.O. Box 1216 • sve-1973-grigsby@hotmail.com
Phone 997-8821
FAX 997-3723
P.O. Box 10, • 148 Maple Street,
Florence, Oregon 97439
(541) 997-3441 • Fax: (541) 997-7979