Preventative maintenance is the best way to keep your vehicle dependable and to locate upcoming problems. The manufacturer recommends certain maintenance at intervals to keep your vehicle running smoothly. We perform a complimentary health inspection on your vehicle when you bring it in to our auto repair shop for preventative maintenance.
Being proactive can save you money on vehicle repairs. A reactive vehicle owner doesn’t bring his or her vehicle in until something breaks. A proactive vehicle owner does preventative maintenance, which gives our ASE Certified technicians a chance to locate upcoming problems, giving you a chance to make repairs before the failing part causes more problems.
For example, if you change the brake pads when you first hear them squeal or after your mechanic tells you that they are getting low, you’ll save your rotors. In many cases, the auto technician can resurface the rotors. However, if the brake pads dig too much into the rotors, the tech would have to take too much material off the rotors, which makes them too thin to be safe.
Instead of buying new rotors, you could save by having them turned. Additionally, the risk of a caliper becoming overextended because of worn brake pads increases significantly, especially if the rotors are already thin.
When you need preventative maintenance, contact Mevert Automotive & Tire Center for an appointment.
Because we know how important it is to keep your family safe, we provide you with a complimentary vehicle health check. Some of the things our ASE Certified mechanic looks for include:
When we find upcoming issues, we’ll let you know if they need immediate attention or if you can put them off for a bit. Any fluid leaks should be attended to as soon as possible, especially oil leaks and coolant leaks, since they can cause extensive damage if you don’t keep the fluids topped off.
The preventative maintenance we perform includes:
When it’s time for preventative maintenance, contact Mevert Automotive & Tire Center to schedule an appointment for your vehicle.