Car Care Tips
The most important thing you can do to keep your vehicle running well is to have the engine oil changed on schedule. Simple things like having worn out wiper blades changed will ensure that you have a clear view of the road under wet weather conditions.
No one should have to second-guess their brakes and being able to stop your vehicle is a critical part of driving. Have your brakes inspected at regular service intervals according to your Manufacturers’ or dealer’s recommended maintenance schedules.
Every so often, take a moment and check your battery to ensure you’ve got the power necessary to start your vehicle under any circumstance. At our dealership, during the routine service process, we perform a battery test for you which results are printed for record. Be sure to replace the battery when warned to avoid the “sudden battery dead” experience.
Keep an eye on tire pressure – losing just a few pounds of pressure in your tires can hurt fuel economy and shorten tire life significantly.
Be aware that the stop-and-go nature of urban and suburban driving is harder on your vehicle than steady long-distance driving.
Take the time and read your vehicle Owner’s Manual. It will tell you everything you need to know about your vehicle.
By bringing your vehicle in for routine services we will reassure you with our 39 multipoint inspections during the service process that you will enjoy maximum benefit and safety for your driving experience.