The holidays are behind us; there’s ice and snow on the ground. Keeping your family safe on the road should be your #1 resolution. Bring your vehicle in for a brake inspection, and have the peace of mind that only comes with knowing your brakes are in top shape for the season.
When was the last time your brakes were checked? Wet and icy roads can increase stopping distances by 200% or more, depending upon conditions. We recommend a braking system inspection at the start of the Winter season to protect your family and insure your safety on the road.
We’re a mobile society, and some of you may be facing your first snowy Winter. Here’s some driving tips from AAA: http://bit.ly/2jbTfi5 . Here’s a tip from us: Bring your car in for a Winter Travel inspection, so you can have peace of mind out on the road. We’re here to help keep you safe!
Too much water in your mix of coolant will lead to ruptured hoses, a broken radiator or engine damage. Come in and we’ll not only make sure you have the right mixture, we’ll also check the condition of your entire cooling system, so you’re not stranded alone on a cold, dark road!
Your climate control system is what keeps you cool in the Summer, and warm in the Winter. However, a lack of maintenance can sometimes lead to no cooling and no heat…not what you want for the Winter months. Bring your vehicle in for a quick inspection, and we’ll have you warm and toasty in no time!
Rubber parts take a beating in extreme climates, and you may have weatherstrips that no longer keep water outside your windows. Don’t worry, we can get your windows sealed again, just like new. Come on in and we’ll put an end to leaks and wet seats!
Winter driving means ice and snow, the enemies of car control. We can install your snow tires quickly as well as do other “Winterizing” or maintenance. Come in today, before the weather decides whether you can drive somewhere…or not!
It’s a New Year, so let’s start fresh with an oil change and chassis lube. Many people find that it’s easier to remember to do maintenance if they do it at the beginning of a month, season, or on a schedule. Stop by, and let’s get a maintenance program going for your vehicles!
Is your car running much hotter than it should on these cold Winter days? Bring it in for a quick inspection of the cooling system, to see if there might be blockages, malfunctioning parts, or leaks in the system. You may even have a blown-out freeze plug, which could lead to severe engine damage!
Your battery takes a beating in the cold of Winter! If it’s more than 3 years old, replace it now! If not, we’ll examine and service your battery and cables to make sure they are able to get the power where you need it.