Until you come to sell it in which case I have no idea how you prove it's been serviced correctly?roytheboy said:All the (digital) records for your vehicle are kept by MB, and these will include every detail about your car's life from production to the last time it ever sees the inside of an MB garage. It follows, therefore, that your car's records will now show the engine work as having been carried out. The days of having to keep paper records of services and such like are long gone.
Well if you're going to sell it privately then obviously you should make sure you don't lose your service booklet. Anyone buying a Merc is going to know that anything requiring recall action is going to be done if there's a service stamp after the recall date, but if you're still concerned, why not ring the service department and ask for a written record - it should only take a minute or two.79Fiat said:Until you come to sell it in which case I have no idea how you prove it's been serviced correctly?