WHICH SERVICE DO YOU NEED?
Brake pads and shoes are designed to wear out, and usually make screeching noises when they need to get replaced. Have them checked on a regular basis. A good set can last up to 50,000 miles.
When components of your ignition system fail, you may get a “check engine” light on the dash, hard starting, or rough running. Your mechanic will be able to plug a acanner into your car to look for a “code” that will tell them what needs to be replaced.
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TIRE SERVICES & SALES
Tire manufacturers recommend that tires get rotated every 6 months or 6,000 miles of travel. This is a maintenance process best left to the professionals, because they have high-tech systems to ensure that all tires are balanced and re-installed properly.
Your oil and oil filter need to be changed regularly, because as an engine runs, tiny bits of metal, dirt, and carbon end up in the oil and can cause excessive wear on the engine.
Extreme temperatures, age, and long periods of non-use affect batteries. Keep in mind that batteries are warrantied and pro-rated by time, not mileage, and are designed to wear out. Most batteries will last four or five years, which puts the average driver right around 50,000 to 60,000 miles.