Tires are prone to wear and tear. A set of unmaintained tires can cause safety hazards while on the road. Regular tire checks can help you improve traction and steering. General tire maintenance includes tire pressure, checks, tire rotation, and alignment.
Your car’s battery is one of the components that require regular inspections. A weak car battery can cause the starter motor, alternator, and electronic components to malfunction.
Brakes often get worn out and can cause slow response time, wobbling, grinding noises, and damage to other components, such as rotors and calipers. Having your braking system inspected regularly is recommended to keep your vehicle in optimal condition.
Over time, the oil loses its ability to lubricate engine parts and absorb heat. To keep your car running smoothly, it’s best that you don’t skip your scheduled oil change. You can rely on us to ensure that your car gets the most suitable oil for its engine.
Spark plugs accumulate dirt, oil, carbon deposits, and debris over time. These contaminants can cause difficulty in starting the engine and power loss. Have your spark plugs replaced to improve your engine’s power and fuel efficiency.
Belts and hoses play a vital role in ensuring that your engine’s charging, cooling, and air conditioning systems work as they should. You can trust our team to inspect these components to see whether they require maintenance, repair, or replacement.
Windshield wipers deteriorate because of various environmental factors, such as heat, oil, and airborne debris. Replacing your vehicle’s wiper blades can help keep them smooth and streak-free and give you better driving visibility during rainy days.
Air filters prevent small debris from entering the engine. A dirty air filter decreases fuel efficiency, poor acceleration, and poor engine performance. Getting air filter replacements regularly, on the other hand, reduces emissions and prolongs engine life.
Fluids can get contaminated and affect your car’s performance. Depleted fluid levels also cause wear and tear. Regular fluid checks keep your car’s systems functional and parts properly lubricated.
For the best results, drivers should follow the basic maintenance intervals suggested for each component in their owner’s manual. Vehicle parts are often inspected or replaced at 30K, 60K, and 90K miles. Schedule an appointment to get your vehicle back up and running in no time!