Routine vehicle maintenance can be a difficult task to keep up with. However, there can be serious implications of not staying up to date on your car’s maintenance schedule. Results of the Car Care Council’s yearly check lane events show 80% of cars have at least one component in need of maintenance.

It's a fact that those who treat their vehicles well and commit to routine maintenance end up saving money in addition to enjoying their car for much longer.

Scheduled Maintenance

Following your auto maintenance schedule can help keep your vehicle reliable and maintain its resale value. Maintenance schedules are developed by each manufacturer to highlight the recommended minimum maintenance requirements for a particular model or trim level. In most cases, completing this minimum recommended maintenance is necessary to keep a vehicle's warranty in good standing.

Our Certified technicians can maintain your vehicle to the same standards as the dealership without the added cost.

Maintenance 101

There are some basic items in or on your car that should be regularly checked or replaced.

Brakes and Suspension

Brake pads and rotors are a common wear item on most cars, and vital to safe operation of your car. Both disc and drum systems can be easily serviced but are often neglected. It is equally important to make sure to check and replace brake fluid as a regular service item.

Hear weird noises from under your car? You may have a suspension issue. We offer free brake and suspension inspections. Call and ask for details!

  • Air filter
  • Antifreeze
  • Battery
  • Belts
  • Brakes
  • Engine oil
  • Exhaust
  • Hoses
  • Lights
  • Oil filter
  • Power steering fluid
  • Shock absorbers
  • Tires
  • Transmission fluid
  • Washer fluid
  • Wiper blades

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