Quite often, a visit to the car repair shop can be even more painful than a visit to your dentist. Perhaps physical pain it’s involved, but some car repairs can leave you stranded for a while if the parts are not readily available. The best way to avoid costly repairs is to take preventative steps that will keep your car in the best condition possible.
The first thing to do is to follow the maintenance schedule as outlined in your owner’s manual. The best one is always that recommended by the manufacturer and if you fail to follow those guidelines, your warranty may be voided for future repairs. Always be sure to change fluids, filters, and spark plugs as the car’s manufacturer recommend or bring it to our car repair shop in Cape Coral.
Upgrade your motor oil to a high-performance synthetic oil, which can help to prevent certain problems and can also improve your car’s performance. We can also help you with oil changes, anytime!
Always be sure that your tires are properly inflated. This is especially important because tires with too little air, or too much, can result in excessive wear and may cause a blowout. It is often recommended that tire pressure be checked during every visit to the gas pump. While this may seem like a lot, you won’t be sorry that you have kept your tires in the best shape possible. For reasons of both safety and the expense of new tires, this exercise is well worth it.
If you notice unusual noises in your car, check with your owner’s manual for information or bring your car to our shop located in Cape Coral, we will find the source of the noise and tell you what is going on.
If you do have to take your car in for repairs, contact us anytime. See our great reviews over the years (more than 100+ reviews)
When it comes time to begin the repairs, we can get an estimate fast. Our quality repair shop will be able to provide this information and should also be able to assure you that the repairs will not exceed 10% of a specific dollar amount as outlined in the estimate.
The aforementioned steps will help to keep your car running smoothly and may also keep some extra bucks in your wallet.