The best way to take care of your vehicle is to have the repair and maintenance work performed on it in a timely manner. When your 30,000 mile check is approaching, we are here to help. We have performed a countless number of manufacturers recommended inspections over the years, and we know exactly what to look for and how to address those issues. We offer competitive prices, friendly service, and produce professional, high quality work.
Most likely, your low-mileage vehicle has only had an oil change or two performed for maintenance prior to the 30,000 mile mark. As important as those oil changes are, there comes a point when the moving parts and components in a vehicle must be checked. Our 30,000 mile inspection involves checking the vehicle for worn parts and any potential issues which could become hazardous. For a complete list of services we offer during the 30,000 mile service inspection, please feel free to ask our service writer about your specific vehicle.
Oil changes were the extent of maintenance work recommended by the manufacturer for the first couple of years of ownership. By 30,000 miles however, wear and tear on parts, tires, and brakes begins to show. Our mechanics will perform a complete inspection of your vehicle and its part to ensure all hoses, wires, gaskets, and cable connections are in good condition. Your tires and brakes will also be checked as well.
Drive Shaft Boots
We ensure that your vehicles Boots are properly sealed, do not have any damage or tears, and are not dry rotted. This ensures that the drive shafts stay properly lubricated and can save an expensive repair of replacing the Drive Shaft.
Steering Linkage and Boots
We inspect the Linkage and Boots in your Steering. Excessive play in your steering can be dangerous. It can inhibit the speed of your response in an emergency situation and cause issues like excessive tire wear.
It is extremely important to keep your vehicle running at its top performance for the safety of you and your family. A properly working Braking System is extremely important. The harsh weather conditions in some Texas areas requires more frequent inspections of your Braking System. Routine and thorough inspections of your braking system will ensure that you are able to safely stop your vehicle each and every time.