Warranty covers defects or flaws in the parts, materials and workmanship.
i.e. if something that shouldn't break, does break before it reasonably should break, it is covered under warranty.
If something breaks because the owner did it, didn't do (like preventative maintenance), it is NOT covered under warranty.
Even if you use a dealership, you should still keep good records, if you do the maintenance yourself, you should keep good records and receipts. If the dealer wants to argue about honoring warranty because you didn't do the maintenance or use the correct parts/fluids, the records and receipts will settle the argument quickly.
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