The World of Tanks Terms of Service is pretty clear on this topic. The company can repair your tank, even if it doesn´t have any visible damage. However, the player has to pay for all repairs that are made regardless of whether or not they caused the issue themselves. Experts say that players should always assume their tanks were damaged and contact customer service before paying out-of-pocket for a repair unless there was no proof otherwise.
The “wot console repair costs” is a question that comes up quite frequently. The answer to the question is, if you pay for repairs on your tank even though it wasn’t damaged, you will be charged for the repairs.
Why did I pay for repairs in World of Tanks when my tank was not damaged? This isn’t a bug, but the explanation isn’t very complex either. The following are the reasons why you may be required to pay for repairs despite the fact that your tank was not damaged:
- Speed has been removed. The governor speeds up the tank but hurts the engine.
- Modules are somewhat damaged, but not enough to make them unusable (and mark them in yellow or red)
Remember that modules (such the engine, but also the tracks and your rifle) have their own HP pool, thus even if they are somewhat damaged, their operation is not hampered, and they are not marked as damaged in the game UI. As a result, learning that you must pay for repairs for something that is not even apparent may be perplexing. This, on the other hand, is quite natural.
We hope this clarifies things for you!
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