Regular preventive maintenance is probably the single thing you can do as a car owner to keep your ride happy and save money on repairs in the future. However, not everyone agrees on what preventive maintenance is, what you should do, and when you should do it.
Check your oil and get it changed regularly. It’s hard to make a universal recommendation for how frequently you should change your oil, but the answer is generally in your owner’s manual.
As a general rule 3000 to 5000 miles is typical, but it really depends on several factors; such as driving conditions, driving habits, and the car you are driving.
Our service adviser can give you a detailed interval schedule that fits your cars needs.
Every vehicle service we do comes with a complimentary 40 point inspection of your vehicle standard.
The technician will check and top off most accessible fluids and will check the fluid condition, such as brake fluid for moisture and copper content, coolant protection level, and transmission fluid (if accessible) to name a few.
We do a full under body inspection including but not limited to, brakes, tires, shocks, struts, ball joints, tie rods, and more.
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Anyone who’s ever worked on cars or spent a ton of money getting their car repaired will tell you: Don’t ignore preventive maintenance. The basics, like changing your oil, checking your tire pressure, and getting scheduled inspections and work done are like getting regular checkups at the doctor. They keep you healthy and give you—and the experts—a chance to catch anything serious before it becomes a major problem. With your car, that can save you thousands.