I don't want to take my car for a service due to coronavirus - will this invalidate the warranty?

I have my third year service scheduled for 9 April. This is to coincide with MoT and approaching end of warranty (24 April). The car is a Fiat and is booked in at service centre 15 miles away. They have ben in contact today to confirm I am attending. In light of the coronavirus situation, I don't want to travel. Am I within my rights to get this postponed and still maintain the warranty?
If you are self-isolating or considered to be at increased risk of the coronavirus, you will need to inform the Fiat dealer. They may be able to collect and drop off your car following its service and MoT.
Answered by Dan Powell on

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