TUNING & BRAKES
When it comes to safety, there is no part of your vehicle that is more important than the brakes. They should be inspected at least once a year to determine the condition of their hydraulic system and operating hardware. The entire braking system requires attention, but the friction materials - the pads, shoes, rotors and drums - require constant attention because they wear down each time you apply your brakes.
A routine service generally covers the following areas; engine oil and oil filter change, checks on the levels of coolant, power steering fluid, checks on lighting, and reading of onboard auto diagnostics, air filter and spark plug replacements. These checks cover MOT and safety requirements and because of the complexity of today's cars are best carried out by trained mechanics.
WHEELS & SUSPENSION
If you find that your vehicle can no longer handle gentle bumps or divots in the road then you really should have your suspension looked at by a professional. This is because the long-term effects of driving with little to no suspension can be damaging to the health of your entire vehicle. Not to mention it dramatically handicaps your ability to turn quickly and stop, which increases your chances of an accident.
Regular maintenance is critical to ensure the safety, reliability, drivability, comfort and longevity of a car.
Don't wait until there is a problem. We suggest regular maintenance, and preventative maintenance of your car or truck.