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Why You Shouldn't Skip Factory Scheduled Maintence

Today’s cars are a lot less maintenance-intensive than they were a generation ago, but that doesn’t mean they’re maintenance free. Besides, if your vehicle’s under warranty, that maintenance is a must for warranty coverage to be honored! Things like these may need to be done less frequently, but they’re just as important as they ever were:Preventative Maintence in ID

Oil changes: Today’s synthetic oil has about a 10-12,000 mile oil change interval, which is a lot better than the 5,000-mile mark that was recommended for conventional oil. Synthetic oil outperforms conventional oil in about every respect, but that doesn’t mean you should go beyond factory recommended service interval.

Transmission service: The servi ...

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So You Say You Hit A Curb...

You got forced off the road or had to swerve to avoid someone, you hit a curb and now you notice your car's driving badly? Not good! `
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What's That Puddle Under The Car?

Got a mysterious puddle under the car? Let's figure it out! `
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Holiday Travel and Your Vehicle

In the next month or so, millions of Americans are going to brave the highways for holiday travel. If you're one of them, it's important to know your car's up to the task. `
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Fall Car Care Checklist

Labor Day’s over, the days are getting shorter and soon there’s going to be a snap in the air.Winter Driving in Boise ID

You know that the tough winter months are coming up, so here’s a quick checklist of things to go over before winter gets here:

--Oil change: If you’re using conventional oil, it should be changed every 5,000 miles. For synthetic oil, a 10,000 mile interval is acceptable. Oil changes are vital to keeping your car’s engine clean and protecting it from sludge and wear. While you’ve got it up in the air at 5,000 miles, that’s the perfect time for a…

--Tire rotation: Tire rotations are  essential to ensure even tire wear and get the most service life out of your tires, and a 5,000 mile interval is perfect. Not only that, they’re mandatory for t ...

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