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Warranty Services

Federal law prohibits new car dealers from implying or denying warranty service because routine scheduled maintenance was performed at an independent repair facility.

Magnuson-Moss Act (1975)
Title 15-Chapter 50-Section 2301-2312

Maintenance

Why is maintenance important?

In our world today, a vehicle is one of the most important investments we make. We depend on them for everything from taking us on vactions to around town errands.


We want you to get as much life as possible out of your vehicle. Most vehicles made today will last, if properly maintained, 200,000 plus miles. We want to assist you in anyway we can to prolong the life of you vehicle.

Do it Yourself

Trip Inspection

Going on a trip and want to check out your car yourself? Click to view and print an inspection trip inspection sheet.

Lube, Oil, Filter

Want to save some money and change your oil yourself? Here is the sheet that we use when performing an LOF.

*If you are unsure about anything, contact us to utilize the expertise of our ASE Master Technicians

What to Look For

What can I do to help maintain my vehicle?

It's as simple as popping your hood every other time you fill up and taking a look. For some, looking under the hood, is like trying to understand latin. But here are a few simple things to look for to know if your vehicle is in need of maintenance. If you notice that anything looks like the bad examples below, the sooner you get it fixed the better chance you have of not doing further damage.