Scheduled Maintenance Services

Maintaining your vehicle according to dealership recommendations not only keeps your vehicle's warranty valid, it also prevents costly repairs once the warranty has expired. Having repairs done at independent repair facilities does not void the warranty.

 

Dealer Maintenance:

We can perform "dealer" service on new vehicles and provide customers with recommended oil change intervals based on the oil grade and requirement of the vehicle. Following maintenance recommendations and saving the records adds to the resale value and keeps the cost of ownership down.

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Seasonal Tips:

Properly caring for your car isn't just a once a year inspection or maintenance check, prolong the life of your vehicle with regular maintenance checks from qualified technicians and by following a few of our seasonal tips...

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Scheduled Maintenance Services

We follow manufacturers maintenance schedules and keep detailed records of our customer's maintenance and repairs. Owners of new vehicles do not need to have their cars serviced by the dealer to maintain their factory warranty, but do still have to follow the vehicle's maintenance schedule. Our computer network that is used for recording vehicle maintenance is confined to the walls of our building for the utmost safety of our customer's personal information.

Although for many applications, we recommend using manufacturer's parts, it is unlawful for the Vehicle manufacturer to void your warranty due to components installed that were not provided by the Original Equipment Manufacturer unless it directly caused the claimed failure. Unless the manufacturer can somehow prove that your Rain-X wiper blades caused the premature transmission failure under warranty, the consumer is protected by Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.

 

Potential failure if neglected

Following manufacturers recommended maintenance schedules is important even after the warranty has expired. Unfortunately, no car is perfect, they all break occasionally and wear out some parts. Manufacturers know the life expectancy of their components under strict and neglected maintenance. If a manufacturer requires you to change your timing belt at 60,000 miles, it is likely because the timing belt, tensioner or water pump were tested and found prone to failure by 70,000 miles. Snapping a timing belt has only become more and more expensive with the increase in engine technology and the number of components that fail when a camshaft and crankshaft spin independently of each other. Our consultants pay close attention to your vehicle's mileage and will inform you of recommended scheduled maintenance.

 

 

 

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