Complete Automotive Repair Service
- Import or Domestic Vehicles
- Engine Replacement
- A/C Heating System Repair
- Preventive Maintenance
- Axle/CV Joint Repair
- Battery Replacement
- CPU Diagnostics
- Gauge Repair
- Oil Changes
- Exhaust System Repair
- Radiator Repair
- Complete Tune-ups
- Complete Brake Repair
- Front End Maintenance
Tips for the Summer
- Check the tires. Make sure your tires are inflated to the level recommended in your owner’s manual. Summer heat increases the pressure in tires, so test the pressure before driving far. Don’t forget to check your spare as well. If tires are underinflated, there is a risk of a blowout. Overinflated tires make hydroplaning more likely in rainy weather. Also check the tread. Properly inflated tires can increase your vehicle’s fuel efficiency by up to 3%.
- Check the basics. Check the oil. It should be at the proper level and appear clean on the stick. Many technicians recommend an oil change every 3,000 miles, check your owner’s manual for guidance. Also check your windshield-wiper blades. If a thunderstorm comes up, you want blades that have not been worn out from the previous winter.
- Make a service stop. Your mechanic can tell you what needs to be done, and a quick tune-up before a long trip is a good idea. Hud’s Auto Service will do a free inspection of your vehicle and let you know if there are any potential problems.
- Empty your trunk. The more junk you haul in your car, the more fuel you burn. A few hundred pounds in your vehicle could reduce your mpg by up to 2%.
- Be prepared. Keep an emergency kit in your car in case you get in trouble. You should have jumper cables, an air compressor, tools, tire jack and a first-aid kit.
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