Car servicing, inspections and minor repairs such as batteries and brakes can be instantly quoted and booked online. For complex repairs, we’ll get local service providers to give you a personalised quote.
No. The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) states that any certified mechanical workshop or mobile mechanic can service or repair your car without voiding your New Car Manufacturers Warranty. Find out more
Yes. For logbook services, the service provider will sign and stamp your logbook to meet manufacturer requirements. If the service provider has not stamped your logbook, please call us on 1300 655 661 so we can help sort it out!
If you booked through AutoGuru and cancel within 24 hours of your booking, or fail to show up, a $20 cancellation fee will apply. If you’re running late, give us a ring on 1300 655 661 so we can advise the service provider.
If you’ve booked with a workshop, the service provider will usually require your vehicle for the entire day due to scheduling. If you’ve booked with a mobile provider, you will only be without your vehicle for the time it takes to complete the job. Find out more
For servicing, inspections and select repairs, we can provide instant quotes. However, some tasks require a quote request to be sent to service providers. You will usually receive at least one quote within 24 hours.
Booking your car service or repair through AutoGuru gives you access to these convenient payment options:
1. Pay upfront and online using your credit or debit card or PayPal 2. Book now, pay later interest-free with Afterpay, humm or PayPal ‘Pay In 4’ 3. In some instances, you can choose to pay the mechanic when you pick your car up and the service and/or repairs have been completed
What's the best way to keep your Proton car running trouble-free? By having it regularly serviced, both for minor repairs and major services at kilometre milestones.
Our Proton log book service price guide provides you a comprehensive list of scheduled service intervals for the majority of popular Proton vehicles, from more than 1,200 mechanics and workshops Australia-wide. Select your car model details, the service you need, and you can search, compare and book a mechanic near your home or office, at a fair price.
Proton facts: Proton is a Malaysian car maker, founded in 1983. Its name isn't based on the science term, instead it's an acronym: Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Sendirian Berhad (National Automobile Company Private Limited). It moved from being a government-owned to a privately-owned company in 2012. Though predominantly sold in its home country, Proton cars are exported to 26 countries, mostly in Asia. The first Proton model to go on sale in Australia was the Wira in 1995, and a year later an Australian subsidiary of the brand was established.