The Federal Government has your answer to this question: Yes, R&R can perform all routine maintenance on your new vehicle. The Magnuson Moss Warranty Act guarantees you the right to have your vehicle serviced by any competent independent service station, shop or garage without jeopardizing your warranty.
Warranty work is a different story, however. The dealer must perform warranty work. Manufacturers rarely reimburse customers
for warranty work done at independent shops, other than in emergency situations when a dealer is not readily available.
A new-vehicle warranty is designed to protect both the
manufacturer and consumer. It warrants certain parts of the vehicle for a specified period of time or a specific number of
miles. It also limits the manufacturer’s liability beyond those points. If your vehicle has a problem due to defective parts that are still covered by your warranty, the dealer must make the repairs.
In order to protect the warranty when your new car is being maintained by R&R Auto Service,
you simply must have the vehicle serviced at the intervals specified in your owner’s manual or warranty booklet, just as would be required
by the dealer. You must also keep careful service records to
prove maintenance has been performed as prescribed. R&R keeps those records for you.