Benefits of Regular Maintenance
Repairs are a part of car ownership, but if you're careful about the first years of your vehicle's life, you'll find that Chevrolet repairs come far less often in a model's old age. You won't have engine damage, transmission issues, and major repairs like this (most of the time) if you're cautious about keeping up with service intervals. Everyone has a busy life and often finds that it's tough to keep on a schedule sometimes. You might not get an oil change in right on the date it's due all the time. While that is ideal, and we would always encourage you to do so, don't let a couple of days late oil change keep you from going in on time for the next one. Every model that you buy has the potential to go that first 100,000... and then the next 100,000... and then with the right mechanics on the job, the next 100,000. If your model was made in the last 15-20 years, you've got a strong likelihood that maintenance will be your most key factor in how long your car, truck, or SUV stays with you. That's why we emphasize maintenance so much to our customers. It's one way we continue serving Walnut Creek with simple, down-to-earth advice that keeps even your oldest cars running.