1. How often should I get my oil changed?
You should get your oil changed every 3 months or every 3,000 miles.

2. What should I do if my engine starts to overheat?
It can be dangerous to drive with your engine overheating. If you're in heavy traffic, try turning on the heat. This will actually help to cool it down. When you can, pull over and let the engine cool. Continuing to drive can do severe engine damage.

3. What can happen if I drive with no or little/old oil?
Oil is important to lubricate your vehicle. Without it, your engine can lock up. This can result in engine replacement and costly repairs.

4. What does it mean when my "check engine" light comes on?
If your check engine light comes on and you are unable to have it reviewed by your local mechanic, you should always at least check the fluid levels (see your manual). If the vehicle seems to be running okay with no signs of failure, the most common check engine lights are emissions related.

5. How can I prevent break-downs in Winter?
We offer a winter inspection that covers all of the basic necessities for most vehicle failures during colder temperatures which include:

    -Charging System
    -Belts & Hoses
    -Heat/Cooling System
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