Remembering to keep up with your car’s scheduled maintenance can be difficult, especially because every car is different. When should your oil, coolant, spark plugs or air filters be changed? When should you have your timing belt, brakes and transmission serviced? All of this is very important when it comes to getting the longest life possible in your vehicle.
Luckily, every vehicle comes with a recommended maintenance schedule from the manufacturer. There are many complex systems in today’s modern cars, and following the manufacturer’s suggested maintenance schedule will help keep your car or truck on the road for many years to come.
These recommendations are suggested by our ASE Trained Certified Mechanics to maximize the safety, efficiency and longevity of your vehicle. They are based on the “severe service or use” of your vehicle.
Your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendation and warranty requirements may differ, so consult your owner’s manual for additional information.