If my car is serviced late because of Coronavirus, will it void the warranty?

My Hyundai Tuscon is booked into the Hyundai dealer for an annual service as it has a three year warranty left. If the garage closes due to coronavirus and the service is carried out when it eventually reopens, will my car still be covered by the manufacturer warranty?

Asked on 20 March 2020 by

Answered by Andrew Brady
We'd be very surprised if Hyundai rejected a warranty claim on the basis that a service was slightly late because of the coronavirus outbreak. Seek clarification from the dealer or Hyundai itself - but it shouldn't be an issue.

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