Don't you get two oil changes from Toyota at 10k intervals? At least we did on our 2017 Rav4.Another question haha From my other posts I made the last few days about my wife's new Rav 4, I plan on doing my own oil changes in it. I work at a GM dealer as tech so I'm kinda capable of doing my own work.
Now I seen that crappy tire actually has Mobil 1 0w16 on sale this week for 29.99 which is good because I don't see it on sale often and it being basically half price, I'd like to buy some and stock up... Now here's my stupid question. Far as receipts go, can I buy multiple jugs on 1 receipt and multiple filters on 1 receipt or should I have 1 jug per receipt and 1 filter so each oil change has its own receipts? I was kinda thinking buy one jug, go back in buy another so I have 1 for each oil change with its own filter and document everything and keep everything seperate... Buy everything same day but keep it all seperate so each oil change has its own documentation... I know it's crazy but rather here everyone's opinion on what they do
Took us to 25k, or about almost the full duration of the warranty period. I think they did the tire rotations at the 5k marks, so 5k, 15k and 25k
Oil changes at 10k and 20k miles.
After that, I just buy filters from the dealer as they are reasonably priced and change the oil.
No big deal.
Keep your documentation.
Edited to add sorry (haha) I didn't catch that you were in Canada. I don't know consumer law there. I'd still buy the filters from the Toyota dealer, or if you get the 2 year 40 thousand km Toyota Care like we do in 'Merica, just use the free oil changes. Good luck however you choose to go.