As automobile dealerships have now re-opened under Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) and General Community Quarantine (GCQ), vehicle owners can now have their long-overdue maintenance and services completed at authorized service centers across the country. In order to make services/maintenance appointments at dealerships a lot easier, the Autohub Group has launched a new mobile app.

The app allows customers who have purchased vehicles from Autohub dealerships across the country to book a service via the app alone. The user can also track the progress of how the services are going, and what stage their vehicle is already in. But more importantly, it also reduces direct contact between people.

Vehicle owners no longer need to physically go to dealerships to schedule their maintenance. This then protects employees and customers from possibly contacting the coronavirus. They also no longer have to deal with the hassle of calling dealerships as well.

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To book a service, all you have to do is download and install the Autohub Mobile App which is available on both Apple Store and Google Play. You need to then register by using your Facebook details or using your email address and creating a password. Once registration is complete, the app is ready to use.

Tap book now, enter the required appointment details, and then click submit. You will then receive a confirmation once the booking is successful. Afterward, it's all a matter of going to the dealership and having your vehicle service. Just don't forget your appointment date. 

The Autohub mobile app covers all brands carried by the company. These include brands such as Nissan, Ford Mini, Ssangyong, Hyundai, and Mazda. 

With most cars requiring servicing after the two-month ECQ period, we suggest you book an appointment now.