Signs You Need New Tires
Generally speaking, tires should be rotated every 6,000 to 8,000 miles. A technician can thoroughly inspect your tires as well as your wheels to determine if they have an acceptable amount of wear. The technician can also check the tread depth and ensure they are properly balanced.
Are Worn Out Tires Dangerous?
Your tires are an extremely important component of your car. Driving on tires that are too old or not suited to weather conditions can spell disaster for your safe journey.
Your tires were designed with a very specific task in mind. Using them improperly can have sudden and catastrophic consequences.
Tire ReplacementShould be rotated every 6000 miles
- All-season tires
- Performance tires
- Winter tires
- Off-road tires
Key Benefits of the Service
Taking your car in for regular service help you in ensuring everything is working properly and also to avoid such issues before they arise.
Frequently Asked Questions
An extended warranty is actually an insurance policy on your vehicle, a safeguard against expensive, unforeseen repairs. It covers repairs for an agreed-upon period of time and miles. True warranties, though, are included in the price of the product.
Transmission fluid should be exchanged every 60,000 miles. By following your vehicle's manufacturer recommendations on transmission fluid exchanges, you are truly protecting your vehicle from preventable (and expensive) transmission damage.
If your vehicle uses conventional oil, you should have it replaced every 3 months or 3,000 miles.
If your vehicle uses synthetic oil, you should have it replaced every 6 months or 5,000 miles.
Car batteries ideally last between 3-5 years depending on a number of factors.
To ensure optimal performance and maintenance, simply have your battery checked by an technician during every oil change.
Certified automotive technicians are held to measurable and strict standards in their line of work, and they are accountable to those standards individually.
Autolane is dedicated to upholding those standards.