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10 Eligibility Criterion To Own A Rolls Royce

A black Rolls Royce parked in the desert

Rolls Royce is a name that stands for the embodiment of luxury and a lasting legacy of engineering brilliance. But did you know that before owning the car there are a set of ground rules that must be attended to? So for all those who wish to own one of these iconic vehicles, here are ten eligibility criteria to know about.

  1. Answer The SOS calls Made by the car
    Rolls Royce has embedded its vehicles with an Automatic E-Call feature for attending to the client’s needs. Thus in adverse situations, the owners should answer the SOS calls for getting the best assistance from the company. A timely response to emergency calls is a must for the company.

  1. Download Updates to Keep Your Mobile Tuned To the Car
    As one of the most technologically advanced vehicles, Rolls Royce quickly reminds owners when the latest update is due. While this takes very little time, it is a mandatory criterion to follow to enjoy uninterrupted services.

  1. Provide Location and Vehicle Identification for Assistance
    The ownership of a Rolls Royce car comes with premium maintenance and support services. This also includes roadside assistance in which owners are required to provide vehicle identification and location to the company. This plays a key role in getting immediate assistance if you are stuck in an emergency.

  1. Owners Need To Sign A Waiver For Deactivating Teleservices
    We all know that Rolls Royce provides a horde of services to the owners in exchange for their information. If by any chance you do not want to share your information then it is better to sign a waiver to relinquish the company’s right to any assistance.

  1. Unapproved Tuning Is A Big No
    Rolls Royce puts in a great deal of effort while making every vehicle. Thus, to uphold the prestige attached to the company any form of tuning is taboo. However, if you wish to carry any enhancement it is better to go through the automaker for authorization.

  1. You Have To Wait in Line
    Unlike other car dealership processes, acquiring a Rolls Royce has its share of trials and tribulations. Irrespective of whether you are an eminent personality or a businessman, each customer is placed on a waiting list depending on their customization preference which can prolong up to 12 months.

  1. You Can Take The Car To Approved Repair Shops Only
    Yes, one of the major criteria for owning a Rolls Royce is that you cannot take the vehicle to a local shop. Rolls Royce has a list of approved dealerships that can fix its distinctive setup and parts. No other unauthorized mechanics can get the job done.

  1. Get ready To Pay Annual Maintenance Fees
    Rolls Royce doesn’t come cheap and rightly so. The brand stands for luxury and respect and the automaker wants it that way. Therefore, acquiring a Rolls Royce isn’t about paying for the beauty but also affording the high maintenance fees. So, even if your number comes out in the lucky draw the brand can still turn you down if you cannot keep its show intact.

  1. Hiring A Chauffeur
    For most auto brands buying a car is enough. But not for Rolls Royce. The company requests the information of chauffeurs that buyers intend to use. Once the verification is done and the brand approves of the driver only then you get the car.

  1. Turn The Car Back Over To The Company Once it Reaches The End
    As with any other automobile, the magnificent Rolls Royce cars also have a lifespan. So, once you feel the car is reaching its end, the company has a humble request and i.e to hand it back to the manufacturer.

Anna Papadopoulos
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