Fully Maintained Novated Lease Servicing
Maintenance and servicing costs are budgeted for as part of a fully-maintained novated lease. In most cases, two services a year – based on time or mileage – are scheduled throughout the least term.
The process is simple. When you drop your car off, let the supplier know RemServ looks after your car and ask them to contact us on 1300 73 66 62 before they commence any work.
Our qualified and experienced team will ensure:
- work meets the car manufacturer’s standards
- work carried out is reasonable and consistent with the age and condition of your car
- work is covered by warranty is free, and
- labour and parts are supplied at competitive prices
Our Maintenance Authorisation Team will also organise payment directly from your RemServ account. To ensure there is enough funds in your account, we recommend you regularly check your balance via RemServ Online Login. Once the work is completed your mechanic will contact you to collect your car.
Please note: additional services carried out between scheduled services are not included in your budget. For maintenance work outside of your standard budget, please call us on 1300 73 66 62 to discuss.
For tyre replacements, you have access to our network of suppliers including:
- Bob Jane T-Marts
- JAX Tyres
- K-Mart Tyre & Auto
- Or any supplier of your choice
RemServ have approved pricing agreements with each tyre supplier, however we don’t have access to store discounts or specials. If you want to find out more about RemServ pricing, then please contact our Maintenance Authorisation Team who can provide you with information and make sure you have access to these fleet prices.
If you want to take advantage of a store discount or special, you will need to pay for the tyres upfront and then make a claim.
Self-Managed Novated Lease
With a self-managed lease, you take full control of the day-to-day management of your lease – from organising your own finance, servicing and insurance, to setting your own budget to pay for the lease repayments and running costs (which you will need to pay and have reimbursed when sufficient funds are available in your account).