One of the first things you probably learned as a driver was the importance of auto maintenance. And it is true. Preventative maintenance may seem like a chore, but it will save you a ton of money and time spent in the repair shop over the years as well as extend the life of your car. At Certified Auto Repair, we offer comprehensive preventative maintenance all under one roof.
A regular oil change should always be the first thing on any preventative maintenance checklist. It is the easiest way to prevent engine failure and potential breakdowns. Motor oil lubricates all of the working parts in your engine to reduce the friction that causes added heat and accelerates wear and tear.
Over time and miles, motor oil breaks down and is no longer able to function properly. We recommend that you have your oil changed every 3 months or 3,000 miles, but that guideline can change based on the make and model of your vehicle as well as how often, fast, or for your drive.
Your braking system is crucial to the overall safety of your vehicle. Keep it in good working order and prevent a dangerous situation by having your brakes serviced on a regular basis. Comprehensive brake maintenance should include:
- Having your brakes inspected for leaks, damage, or accelerated wear
- Having your brake pads replaced on time
- Flushing your brake lines
For comprehensive and reliable brake service and repair, call on the professionals at Certified Auto Repair.
Transmission failure is not something anyone wants to have to worry about. If you want to keep transmission failure at bay, the first step is to have your transmission serviced by a professional mechanic you can trust. At Certified Auto Repair, our comprehensive transmission service includes a transmission flush.
Your engine isn’t the only thing that needs to be properly lubricated, your transmission also includes several parts that all work together and need to be kept clean and oiled. Transmission fluid should be flushed and replaced every 30,000 miles or two years.
An oil change isn’t the only thing that your engine needs to maintain its integrity and increase its lifespan. At Certified Auto Repair we also believe your engine maintenance schedule should include:
- Timing belt or chain inspection and replacement
- Spark plug inspection and replacement
- Spark plug wire inspection and replacement
If it has been a while since you had your engine thoroughly inspected and serviced, it is time for a trip to Certified Auto Repair.
Your vehicle’s tires keep you rolling along, but they were also a pretty big investment when you purchased them. We want you to be able to protect your investment with regular tire service and maintenance. Some of the services your tires need include:
- Tire pressure, or PSI, inspection, and correction
- Tire rotation to encourage even wear
- Tire balancing to reduce accelerated wear and tear
- Wheel alignment to promote even wear and better handling
For all your preventative maintenance needs or questions, Certified Auto Repair has what you are looking for. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.