Skipping maintenance may seem like a great way to save money, but it can lead to some big headaches — and big repair bills — down the road. The most common maintenance procedures for longevity and value include checking the oil, filters and fluids, belts and hoses, brakes, tires, and air conditioning. An annual safety check and wheel alignment are also strongly recommended. Watch the video below or visit our blog for more information.
How many times do you see a stalled out car on the side of the road? With how important transportation is to us nowadays, it is surprising to see how often minor maintenance is overlooked. By simply having periodic check-ups and oil changes on your car you can make sure you don’t break down.
Learn why cheap oil changes are never worth it! Watch the video below or visit our blog for more information.
Most components in a car will fail gracefully — you’ll start to hear worn bearings or see a slow oil or coolant leak as signs of any impending failures. The timing belt is not one of these parts, and a broken timing belt may result in catastrophic engine failure.
The timing belt in your car keeps your engine from destroying itself…which is why it’s a good idea to replace it EARLY before it even comes close to breaking. Watch the video below or visit our blog for more information.
Does your car smell musty or moldy? It’s probably your cabin air filter. Here’s how World Class Auto Repair can help you breathe easier! Watch the video below or visit our blog for more information.
Saving money on fuel is actually easier than most people realize. Follow these tips to save at the pump:
To save at the pump, don’t forget to get your fuel injector cleaned professionally. A professional fuel injector cleaning can help your vehicle get the best gas mileage while also protecting the engine from sustaining damage.
Your car’s suspension doesn’t just help ensure a smooth ride, it also helps make sure your car doesn’t have to work as hard to keep you on the road. Learn how maintaining your suspension can mean increased fuel savings! Watch the video below or visit our blog for more information.