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Hyundai i30 registration date confusion

Asked by Greg Jameson

I have been having a one-way discussion with Hyundai Customer Care re the warranty expiry date on my 2012 i30. The inside of the Vehicle Warranty book indicates registration of the vehicle on 16th March 2012 with a 5-year warranty meant it would be expiring 2017. I booked a warranty service with the local dealer here to fix some items on 14th March and we turned up to be told sorry already out of warranty it was actually registered on 7th March 2012. Wondering what we can do re this as Hyundai appear to have washed their hands of our enquiry.

Answered by CarsGuide

14 Apr 2017 Graham Smith

Check with the state registration people who should be able to tell you the date the car was registered. It should be the date the registration falls due each year. Once you have established the date you can move forward with some certainty.

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