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Why hire a Honda mobile mechanic service through Airtasker?

Airtasker makes regular servicing a piece of cake. Now, you can book a Honda service appointment with just one post! No need to drive to a Honda car service centre near you or wait in line. You won’t miss your car’s service schedule either. Airtasker lets you connect with local mobile mechanics who can take care of your car ASAP. Perfect for those who don’t have time to go to the shop.

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Top Honda Service related questions

When should I get my Honda serviced?

Experts say that you should get your Honda serviced every 12,500 miles or every 12 months—whichever comes first. This number may vary, depending on your model, the car’s age, its mileage, and if you’ve noticed any changes with your vehicle. As a general rule, a Honda service expert should tend to your car once a year. Are you looking for another car brand? Visit our general  Car Service page.

How often does Honda recommend oil changes?

A number of Honda dealers recommend getting your oil changed every 7,500 miles or every 3 - 6 months. Remember to do this regularly to keep your engine running smoothly. If you’ve hit the 7,500 mile-mark or are running behind on your Honda service plan, you can book a mobile mechanic on Airtasker. An expert will stop by your location and take care of your oil change on the spot. 

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Need a scooter mechanic to fix a connector to my battery I don’t have the connector but can get one tomorrow if you’re available then. I’m selling my bike so would like someone ASAP Thanks

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