10 eligibility criteria to own a Rolls Royce

Rolls Royce is a name that represents the epitome of luxury and a lasting legacy of technical genius. But did you know that before you own a car, there is a set of basic rules that must be followed? So for anyone wishing to own one of these iconic vehicles, here are ten eligibility criteria to know.

  1. Answer SOS calls made by the car
    Rolls Royce has incorporated an automatic electronic call feature into its vehicles to meet customer needs. So, in adverse situations, owners should answer SOS calls to get the best assistance from the business. Prompt response to emergency calls is a must for the business.

  1. Download updates to keep your mobile tuned to the car
    As one of the most technologically advanced vehicles, Rolls Royce is quick to remind owners when the latest update is due. Although it takes very little time, it is a mandatory criterion to follow in order to enjoy uninterrupted services.

  1. Provide location and vehicle identification for assistance
    Owning 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 situation.

  1. Owners must sign a waiver to deactivate teleservices
    We all know that Rolls Royce provides a horde of services to owners in exchange for their information. If by any chance you do not wish to share your information, it is best to sign a waiver to waive the company’s right to any assistance.

  1. The unapproved setting is a big no
    Rolls Royce goes to great lengths to manufacture each vehicle. Thus, to maintain the prestige attached to the company, any form of tuning is taboo. However, if you want to make an improvement, it is best to go through the car manufacturer for authorization.

  1. You have to stand in line
    Unlike other car dealership processes, buying a Rolls Royce comes with its share of trials and tribulations. Whether you are a prominent personality or a businessman, each client is placed on a waiting list based on their personalization preference which can extend up to 12 months.

  1. You can only take the car to authorized repair shops
    Yes, one of the main criteria for owning a Rolls Royce is that you cannot take the vehicle to a local store. Rolls Royce has a list of authorized dealers who can repair its configuration and distinctive parts. No other unauthorized mechanic can do the job.

  1. Prepare to pay annual maintenance fees
    Rolls Royce is not cheap, and rightly so. The brand is synonymous with luxury and respect and the automaker wants it so. Therefore, acquiring a Rolls Royce is not about paying for the beauty, but also paying high maintenance costs. So even if your number comes out in the draw, the brand can still turn you down if you can’t keep their show intact.

  1. Hire a driver
    For most car brands, buying a car is enough. But not for Rolls Royce. The company asks for the driver information that buyers intend to use. Once the verification is done and the brand approves the driver, then you get the car.

  1. Return the car to the company once it has reached the end
    Like any other automobile, beautiful Rolls Royce cars also have a lifespan. So once you feel the car is coming to an end, the company has a humble request and that is to give it back to the manufacturer.

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