It is important to keep your AJS motorcycle regularly serviced to keep it performing at its best and to ensure it is kept in a safe and roadworthy condition.
Book in advance with your local AJS Dealer to ensure you get the best service at a time to suit you.
Make sure they service your AJS using the downloadable Maintenance Sheets below.
Your AJS motorcycle is manufactured to exacting standards from the best materials. Great care has been taken to produce the best chrome, paint anodise and lacquer.
All new AJS motorcycles are covered by an unlimited mileage parts and labour warranty against manufacturing defects.
50cc 12 months
over 50cc 24 months
AJS Roadside/home assist
AJS Motorcycles are built to exacting standards and from quality materials, but in the unlikely event that you need assistance, rest assured, we've got you covered.
*1 year cover on all new AJS motorcycles and scooters
AJS Roadside/Home Assist is operated by The Motoring Organisation (TMO)
Parkway Works, Kettlebridge Road, Sheffield, S9 3BL.
* Terms and Conditions apply.
Note: You must register for your AJS Roadside/Home Assist cover before you make a claim
The last thing you want after a breakdown is the stress of trying to find out what you need to do. So, to make things easier for you, follow these steps to get help with your claim.
The TMO team will help get your claim underway, and they’ll give you all the support you need to help make it all as stress free as possible.
Simply give the TMO Breakdown/Assistance line a call on: 03300 183 526 and they’ll advise you of the next steps to take.
What will you be asked for when you call?
Your name, the warranty number and vehicle registration number - you can get your warranty number from your schedule.
Current mileage of your vehicle.
Details of the Vehicle service history.
The TMO claims handlers will record the details of the Breakdown and advise you of:
What information we’ll require.
The next steps You should take.
The nearest Nominated Service Centre or Repairer.
The repairer must not carry out repairs until we have given permission to do so by issuing an authority number. It is not possible for The Motoring Organisation to authorise any claim without this.