You are responsible for notifying your dealer immediately if there is a problem,
and you, as the owner, will need to authorize the dealer to inspect the unit.
You will be responsible for paying for routine maintenance, including the first
scheduled service. You can have the required servicing done by your Kawasaki
dealer (recommended) or an equally-qualified service facility. You can also do your
own maintenance work if you have the proper tools, service references, and me-
chanical skills. However, if a failure is found to be caused by improper servicing, it
would not be covered by the limited warranty.
You may purchase a Kawasaki Service Manual and any necessary special tools
directly from your Kawasaki dealer.
You will be responsible for paying for repairs needed because of an accident, to
replace worn parts such as tires, chains, brakes, and for repairs needed because
of a lack of maintenance, misuse or racing.
Whether you do it yourself or take your vehicle to a Kawasaki dealer, be sure
to record your service in the Maintenance Record section of this Owner's Manual.
Keep all receipts for the service and/or items necessary to perform the maintenance
so that in the event of a failure you can document the service history.