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All routine maintenance

Taking care of your car can often help you avoid major repair costs that follow a roadside breakdown.

Vehicle maintenance does require an investment of time and money. But taking care of your car can often help you avoid major repair costs that follow a roadside breakdown.

Oil filters and oil changes

How often to change an engine oil filter?

The engine oil and oil filter are items that need to be replaced more often than anything else on the vehicle. A general rule of thumb is 5,000 miles between oil changes but this will vary based on vehicle age, usage, and manufacturer requirements.



A comprehensive tune-up can include:

  • Replace spark plugs and wires/coil boots
  • Set ignition timing – if applicable
  • Replace engine air filter
  • Replace fuel filter – if applicable
  • Clean the throttle body – if applicable
  • Perform a fuel system cleaning
  • Replace distributor cap and rotor – if applicable
  • Replace PCV valve – if applicable
Computer diagnostics

How a car diagnostic test works

The diagnostic test relies on a computer system that links to the vehicle’s computer processor, sensors, and microchips, logging any problems or issues present. It can reveal existing flaws including problems with the exhaust, transmission, oil tank and other systems.

Front-end repairs

The first step in solving your steering and suspension problem is diagnosing your vehicle.

Ensuring a comfortable ride for you and your passengers is all about balance, stability and smooth handling. The steering and suspension systems in your vehicle are what make that possible. From prompt and accurate steering response when you’re turning, merging and parking to keeping your wheels planted firmly on the road, a well-maintained steering and suspension system is an essential part of staying safe behind the wheel.

Cooling systems

It is not safe to drive an overheating vehicle.

An overheated engine that leaves you stranded on the side of the road is a hassle. You hope to be on your way as soon as your engine cools down and you top off the antifreeze. But overheating is one of many signs of trouble with your vehicle’s radiator or coolant system. And some of those problems can escalate to irreparable engine damage.


Brake inspection, service, and repair

Your brakes are the most important safety mechanism on your car, helping you control your vehicle and avoid collisions on a daily basis. That means it’s critical for drivers to understand when to change brake fluid and take other preventative steps to keep brakes in good working condition. If you’ve got questions about your brake system, we’ve got answers to common questions below, including how often to change brake fluid, what bleeding brakes means, symptoms of disc brake issues, and more.


We know tires and know where to get the best for your application

Check your tread depth. As a tire wears, its ability to perform is reduced. Especially on wet roads in the spring. The important number is 4/32”. We’ll show you how to measure your tires to see if they’re ready for the roads…or retirement.


If your car doesn't start, you don't go

You rely on your vehicle’s starter each time you get into your car to drive. The starter uses power from the battery to spin the flywheel and give your engine the jumpstart it needs to turn on. The alternator provides the battery with power by recharging the system on a continual basis.


Most drivers don’t think about alternators until their vehicle suddenly won’t start

The alternator (named after alternating current) ensures that your vehicle’s battery-powered components (such as the lights and accessories) are supplied with voltage and keeps the battery charged for the next ride.