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If you are like some drivers, your vehicle’s owner’s manual has never seen the light of day. Vehicle maintenance issues may be the last thing on your mind as long as your car gets you comfortably from Point A to Point B. As a conscientious vehicle owner, take time to understand how often you should service your car. This will help ensure that you are driving as safe as possible, especially with winter just around the corner.

Read your owner’s manual to find the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance service schedule. With a possible few differences for your specific vehicle model, it should look similar to the maintenance schedule described below:

Wondering how often should you service your car? Read your owner’s manual or ask the car repair experts at theWrench Car Care Center for advice.
20
Nov
2018

If you are like some drivers, your vehicle’s owner’s manual has never seen the light of day. Vehicle maintenance issues may be the last thing on your mind as long as your car gets you comfortably from Point A to Point B. As a conscientious vehicle owner, take time to understand how often you should service your car. This will help ensure that you are driving as safe as possible, especially with winter just around the corner.

Read your owner’s manual to find the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance service schedule. With a possible few differences for your specific vehicle model, it should look similar to the maintenance schedule described below:

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Are you one of the many drivers who find themselves asking, “How often do I need brake service?” If you’re sliding through stop signs, it is time for an inspection of your brakes. You don’t want to be the cause of an accident because you were unable to stop. Because there is no clear-cut schedule telling you when it's time to replace brakes, you will need to rely on your what you hear and feel accompanied by the advice of an experienced brake repair technician. You should figure on having your brakes inspected at every tire rotation service, hopefully about every six months.

Be on the alert for these signs of braking problems:

Are you asking, “How often do I need brake service?” A brake repair specialist will be happy to inspect your brakes so you are driving as safe as possible.
06
Nov
2018

Are you one of the many drivers who find themselves asking, “How often do I need brake service?” If you’re sliding through stop signs, it is time for an inspection of your brakes. You don’t want to be the cause of an accident because you were unable to stop. Because there is no clear-cut schedule telling you when it's time to replace brakes, you will need to rely on your what you hear and feel accompanied by the advice of an experienced brake repair technician. You should figure on having your brakes inspected at every tire rotation service, hopefully about every six months.

Be on the alert for these signs of braking problems:

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A smart vehicle owner that wants to take good care of their car will understand the difference between vehicle maintenance and repairs. Simply stated, routine maintenance is the schedule of items listed in your vehicle's owner's manual intended to keep your vehicle in tip-top operating condition. Repairs are needed to fix a problem, ranging from a brake job or tire patch to rebuilding transmissions or radiator repair.

Fortunately, it’s a Federal law that vehicle maintenance can be performed at any auto shop without affecting your warranty coverage. You don't have to go to the dealer where you bought the vehicle. Most auto shops have access to the manufacturer's latest technical service bulletins (TSBs), which are instructions on how to fix common problems associated with a particular model. Because maintenance items are fairly standard, any professional auto center should be able to perform the necessary tasks. Typically, you will find that independent auto shops are less expensive than dealerships for the same maintenance and repair.

To receive the best service possible at your auto shop, try to understand the difference between auto repair and maintenance. Call us today!
22
Oct
2018

A smart vehicle owner that wants to take good care of their car will understand the difference between vehicle maintenance and repairs. Simply stated, routine maintenance is the schedule of items listed in your vehicle's owner's manual intended to keep your vehicle in tip-top operating condition. Repairs are needed to fix a problem, ranging from a brake job or tire patch to rebuilding transmissions or radiator repair.

Fortunately, it’s a Federal law that vehicle maintenance can be performed at any auto shop without affecting your warranty coverage. You don't have to go to the dealer where you bought the vehicle. Most auto shops have access to the manufacturer's latest technical service bulletins (TSBs), which are instructions on how to fix common problems associated with a particular model. Because maintenance items are fairly standard, any professional auto center should be able to perform the necessary tasks. Typically, you will find that independent auto shops are less expensive than dealerships for the same maintenance and repair.

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