What is it?
Factory Scheduled Maintenance is a list of maintenance items that your car’s manufacturer recommend be completed on a regular interval. Typically, every 30, 60, or 90,000 miles or more. These intervals and the maintenance items recommend vary by the make and model of your vehicle, so it’s best to check your car’s owner’s manual for more details on which services are due and when.
What does it do?
Having your car’s scheduled maintenance completed can prevent long-term and costly damage down the road. Having your factory scheduled maintenance completed will also allow us to catch a smaller problems before they become issues, saving your money and time.
Typical Wear and Tear
The manufacturer sets interval guidelines to get the best possible performance based on normal driving conditions. Each interval has some basic maintenance involved (oil change, etc.), as well as, more detailed inspections of fluids, filters, spark plugs, and wear and tear.
- Driving habits
- Driving and road conditions
- Vehicle type