F.A.Q.

How Often Should I Get An Oil Change?

Oil changes are essential to the health and longevity of your vehicle. On average, a vehicle should get an oil change every 3,000 – 7,000 miles or every three months. You can always refer to your owner’s manual to see what your car manufacturer recommends. 

How Often Should I Check My Vehicle's Fluids?

We recommend getting your vehicle’s fluid levels checked at the same time as your oil change. Your technician will fill your fluids if they are running low. 

How Often Do I Need To Change My Air Filter?

Having dirty air filters can prevent airflow in and prohibit the engine from circulating clean air throughout the vehicle. Changing your car’s air filters is a quick and easy process! Typically, a car comes with 2 filters: a cabin and an engine filter. These get changed on an average of every 30,000 miles. It’s important that these be checked periodically to ensure that they don’t need a replacement.

When Should I Replace My Brake Pads?

There are many factors that go into the wear and tear of your brake pads. On average, we tend to see brake pads wear out between the 20,000 – 30,000-mile mark. If you find that your vehicle is making a high-pitch screeching when you come to a stop or your vehicle taking longer to come to a stop, make an appointment to get your brake pads checked!

When Should I Replace My Car Battery?

The average car battery is expected to last between three and five years, however, certain factors like cold and hot weather can affect this. If your vehicle has difficulty starting or the lights in your car begin to dim, it may be a clue to get your battery replaced!

When Should I Get A Tire Rotation?

Your vehicle’s tires are subject to the most wear and tear due to having direct contact with the pavement. It’s important to have them rotated every 6,000 – 8,000 miles to ensure they wear evenly.

How Often Should I Get An Oil Change?

Oil changes are essential to the health and longevity of your vehicle. On average, a vehicle should get an oil change every 3,000 – 7,000 miles or every three months. You can always refer to your owner’s manual to see what your car manufacturer recommends. 

How Often Should I Check My Vehicle's Fluids?

We recommend getting your vehicle’s fluid levels checked at the same time as your oil change. Your technician will fill your fluids if they are running low. 

How Often Do I Need To Change My Air Filter?

Having dirty air filters can prevent airflow in and prohibit the engine from circulating clean air throughout the vehicle. Changing your car’s air filters is a quick and easy process! Typically, a car comes with 2 filters: a cabin and an engine filter. These get changed on an average of every 30,000 miles. It’s important that these be checked periodically to ensure that they don’t need a replacement.

When Should I Replace My Brake Pads?

There are many factors that go into the wear and tear of your brake pads. On average, we tend to see brake pads wear out between the 20,000 – 30,000-mile mark. If you find that your vehicle is making a high-pitch screeching when you come to a stop or your vehicle taking longer to come to a stop, make an appointment to get your brake pads checked!

When Should I Replace My Car Battery?

The average car battery is expected to last between three and five years, however, certain factors like cold and hot weather can affect this. If your vehicle has difficulty starting or the lights in your car begin to dim, it may be a clue to get your battery replaced!

When Should I Get A Tire Rotation?

Your vehicle’s tires are subject to the most wear and tear due to having direct contact with the pavement. It’s important to have them rotated every 6,000 – 8,000 miles to ensure they wear evenly.