Your car may require different services that we can check with our maintenance interval software program. Contact us today and we will set up a maintenance plan designed specifically for your vehicle. Please select your vehicle’s mileage from the list below.
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SOME GOOD ADVICE FROM US
It’s usually best to leave the servicing of your vehicle in the hands of trained automotive professionals. They have the knowledge and tools to diagnose and correct problems and to put you on the road to safe, fuel-efficient driving.
Head off problems that can cost you fuel and money by performing a monthly check.
When purchasing motor oil, look for a brand that is rated as being “Energy Conserving.” Using the lowest multigrade of oil recommended in your owner’s manual can improve the fuel efficiency of the engine, particularly when starting it cold.
A poorly maintained vehicle can boost fuel consumption by up to 15 percent and greenhouse gas emissions by even more.
Virtually all of your vehicle’s mechanical systems can affect fuel efficiency if not properly maintained. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for checking the engine, cooling and ignition system, brakes, drivetrain and emission-control system.
A clogged air filter can increase fuel consumption by 10 percent.
Operating a vehicle with just one tire under-inflated by 8 psi (56 kPa) can reduce the life of the tire by 15 000 kilometres and increase the vehicle’s fuel consumption by 4 percent. For improved fuel efficiency and enhanced safety, give your tires the attention they need.
Under-inflated tires are estimated to cost Canadian light-duty vehicle owners almost 643 million litres of fuel annually. At $0.79 per litre for regular unleaded gasoline, that amounts to more than $500 million a year in wasted fuel.
Your tires need special attention during winter. Cold temperatures decrease the air pressure in tires, which adds to the rolling resistance caused by snow and slush. Measure tire pressure regularly, especially after a sharp drop in temperature.
Neglecting to replace worn-out oil results in poor engine performance, higher fuel consumption and possibly severe engine damage. A well-maintained vehicle is more reliable and could be worth more when you want to sell it.