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Reply: Dirk Zedler, graduate engineer
In general, there is a difference between the statutory warranty for material defects and the voluntary manufacturer’s guarantee. During the first two years after the purchase it’s the law that is applicable and that obliges the dealer to remedy the defect. There are different ways to do so.
The guarantee is the manufacturer’s voluntary promise of quality. The rules of this guarantee may be defined by him nearly as he likes. It is therefore not unusual that transport and assembly costs or components that are necessary apart from the actual part are excluded from this guarantee, which is unpleasant, indeed. For this reason you will need negotiating skills in the event of a claim after the first two years.
bike-magazin.de, April 24, 2020