ASE Certified Mechanics: The Most Professional in the Business

One of the most important issues when taking your car in to be repaired is trust. You want to know your vehicle is in good hands with professionals who are highly trained and skilled. Looking for an ASE Certified mechanic is a good way to ensure that happens.

Why Timely and Scheduled Oil Changes Matters

Motor oil lubricates the mechanical parts that move inside your engine as well as helps to clean, cool and protect your engine. In addition, motor oil helps keep your car’s engine running smoothly while reducing the wear on all its moving parts. This is why it is important to perform scheduled oil changes as determined by your vehicle’s manufacturer.

Why Front End Alignments Matters

Tests have shown that 70% of vehicles on the road would benefit from being properly aligned. A wheel alignment ensures that all wheels on all axles roll straight down the road, creating less rolling and friction resistance which are critical to both fuel economy and tire life.

Why Balancing Wheels Matters

Wheel balancing allows the tires and wheels to spin without causing vibrations. The tire and wheel assembly are placed on a computerized tire balancer, which checks for heavy spots on the tire-wheel combination and compensating for it by placing a weight on the wheel opposite the heavy spot, vibrating usually at 45 mph and up.