Service FAQ

A: Check your tires, reduce your speed, and avoid lots of starts and stops are just a few tips to save on gas. You can always look at trading for a more fuel efficient vehicle as well.

Oil & Filter Change-5,000 Miles
Tire Rotation-5,000 Miles
Air Filter Replacement-15,000 Miles
Tire Replacement-30,000 to 50,000 Miles
Brake and Brake Pad Replacement- 30,000-50,000 Miles
Engine Tune Up-30,000 (With Turbo) of 60,000 (No Turbo)
Brake Fluid Replacement-2 Years or 30,000 Miles
Transmission Fluid Replacement-60,000 Miles
Wiper Blade Replacement- Every Year or 12,000 Miles
Wheel Alignment: Every Year or When Tire are Replaced
Change Battery: 4 Years or When Need
Antifreeze Replacement: 112,000 Miles

A: Tire rotations even tire wear in order to prolong the life of your tires.
A: A multi-point inspection (MTI) is a COMPLIMENTARY inspection of all your fluids, brakes, and general maintenance items.
A: Absolutely! 100%! Yes! Our technicians have been trained and have experience working with all vehicle brands.
A: Easy way is the penny test! Take a penny and place it head first into the tire grooves. If you see the top of Lincoln’s head, your tires need to be replaced.
A: Squeaky brakes are common. It can be caused by many factors: worn pads, glazed pads, and rotors, lack of pad insulation, and more. Let us know if you are hearing this noise and we can assist in finding the reason.
A: A key battery typically last between 2 and 3 years. It depends on how much the fob is used.
A: Most common reason is that one of your turn signal bulbs are out. We’d recommend to bring your vehicle in to confirm!
A: We never recommend driving if your check engine light is, especially if it is flashing. Instead of taking the risk, you can always have your vehicle towed to our location during or after hours.
A: First step would be to check your tire pressure, especially if the temperature has significantly changed. Your tires most likely need a few pounds or more of air. The recommend tire pressure is commonly listed on a sticker inside the driver’s door. If there isn’t a sticker, you can usually find the specs in the owner’s manual.

A: Absolutely! We understand that your schedule may require you to drop off your vehicle a little earlier or later than our service ours. We have a drop box on the side of the service drive. Once you fill out your information and the reason why you brought us your vehicle, place your key in the packet and drop it inside the drop box. We will review and contact you as soon as possible.

A: Yes. If the vehicle is not able to drive the store or it is unsafe to do so, you can have the vehicle towed to us. If you have it towed after hours, please put your key and information in the drop box located on the side of the service drive.