Our services are vital in maintaining your fuel efficiency and increasing the overall lifespan of your vehicle. Book a PM service appointment today.
All of it: oil filter change, battery test, coolant and hydraulic fluids, light check, tires, and engine oil replacement. Choose from both synthetic and conventional motor oils.
Level IV: Vehicle Only Inspection
We look at the entire vehicle (tractor and trailer) for worn-out or damaged parts. We examine the braking system, lighting, tires, battery, and more. If violations are found, we are on site and properly equipped to bring the vehicle into compliance.
If your brakes squeal or grind, grab causing jerky stops, or your warning light flashes it may be time for a free brake system inspection. We have the best-in-class brake brands and experienced technicians to keep you stopping safely!
Symptoms of a bad alternator make themselves apparent quickly. If your vehicle won't start, appears to have a dead battery, you hear squealing, growling or other noises from the engine bay, you experience a failing electrical system, you see sudden dashboard warning lights, a stalling engine or burning smell, you may need a new alternator.
Before every RV trip, we are here to tighten your RV’s wheel lug nuts and measure tire pressure to ensure your safety on the road. We will check your brakes, batteries, coolant, and hydraulic filters. Most important we will change your oil for a fuel efficient ride. We've got you covered.
Checking your RV’s tire pressure is important because overinflated tires may explode, doing damage to your RV, and possibly causing you to get into an accident on the road. Underinflated tires are also dangerous, creating control problems and generating more resistance on the road, which effects your gas mileage. Tire pressure changes as temperature increases and decreases, so if your RV has been sitting all winter, your tire pressure will have significantly dropped creating an unsafe and fuel
Battery testing and replacement to get you on your way.