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Preventative Maintenance

Automotive Preventative Maintenance 

Bringing your vehicle to us for servicing on a regular basis is the best way for you to save time and money on automotive costs by simultaneously avoiding an expensive mechanical problem. Every car is different, meaning your car will need at least one of these services as part of its preventative maintenance schedule.

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We offer the following premium services for your preventative maintenance:

  • Oil change and filter replacement service
  • Fuel filter inspection and replacement
  • Tire balancing and rotation
  • Wheel alignments
  • Check headlights, tail lights, and brake lights
  • Windshield wiper fluid replacement
  • Inspect tires for wear and low air pressure
  • Air filter replacement
  • Brake fluid flush
  • Brake inspection
  • Tighten loose nuts and/or bolts
  • Power steering fluid flush and replacement
  • Transmission fluid flush
  • And much more!

The key to keeping your car running longer is routine scheduled maintenance. We help you keep up with your manufacturer recommended services, and preventative maintenance while providing a luxury experience. Doing this will help you avoid more serious issues that could lead to costly repairs.

We own cars too and understand that getting your car fixed or buying new tires could sometimes be a hassle. Let us help make your decisions easier when choosing from our large selection of tires. We stock tires that can be adjusted to any need or any budget. We stock tires from all the top quality brands, such as Uniroyal®, Michelin®, BFGoodrich®, and more. We pride ourselves on being here for you with our local master technicians providing high end care.

During the cooling system repair process, our technicians will check:

  • Your fluid levels
  • Hoses and belts for cracks
  • Signs of deterioration
  • Check for leaks
  • Fans
  • And the thermostat

When driving in extremely cold temperatures, it is important to be aware of your antifreeze levels. Antifreeze allows your car’s liquids to not freeze solid.

Over time, your automobile’s cooling system can form scale deposits that can restrict coolant circulation. Don’t worry, this is normal, and the fix is a simple coolant flush. Performing routine inspections will guarantee your car remains cooled and increases its longevity. Here are some tips for keeping your car’s cooling system working properly:

  • Check your fluids, and don’t disregard your cooling system
  • Get a coolant flush every 30,000 to 50,000 miles or every 2 years
  • Get your coolant levels inspected with every oil change

Our master technicians are here to help you diagnose any cooling system repair issue with your vehicle with luxury standard care.