Service History

A record of all maintenance and repair work carried out on a vehicle over its lifetime.

Components of Service History record 

  • Detailed Records: Documentation of all service events, including dates, mileage readings, descriptions of work performed, replaced parts, and costs associated with each service.
  • Maintenance Types: Categorization of services, such as routine oil changes, major repairs, tire replacements, warranty work, and any safety recalls addressed.
  • Digital Storage: Utilizing dedicated fleet management software or cloud-based platforms for secure and readily accessible service history records.
  • Technician Notes: Inclusion of notes from technicians, detailing observations, potential concerns, or recommendations for future maintenance.


  • The service history reveals a recurring issue with battery replacements on a specific vehicle, prompting a deeper inspection of the electrical system.
  • Analyzing service history data across the fleet identifies vehicles approaching their recommended timing belt replacement interval, allowing for proactive scheduling.

Benefits of keeping a Service History record 

  • Improved Maintenance Planning: Service history provides a roadmap for future maintenance needs, allowing for efficient scheduling and resource allocation.
  • Informed Decision Making: Data-driven insights help prioritize repairs, identify potential issues early, and determine the optimal time for vehicle replacement.
  • Warranty Claims: Documented service history serves as proof of maintenance for warranty claims, facilitating a smoother claims process.
  • Enhanced Resale Value: A well-maintained vehicle with a comprehensive service history typically commands a higher resale value.
  • Compliance with Regulations: In some regions, certain industries may require maintaining detailed service records for safety compliance purposes.
  • Trend Analysis: Analyzing service history data across the fleet identifies recurring issues and informs preventive maintenance strategies to address potential problems before they become major repairs.

Empower you with informed maintenance, warranty claims, resale value, and regulatory compliance.