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I've lost my car's service book - what can I do?

I have lost all the documents relating to my Ford Mondeo following a house move. It was built in 2009 and I’ve had it for eight months. I tried to contact the garage that sold it but they have no records. I tried to contact Ford but they said they have no central database and are very unhelpful. What is the best I can do now?

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Unless you can piece together the service history from invoices or garage records there isn't anything you can do. There will be a DVLA record of recorded mileages at MoTs.
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