Spring Is a Good Time to Schedule Routine Vehicle Maintenance
Spring – the traditional time for a heavy duty housecleaning – is a great time to turn your attention to a bit of car and truck maintenance. The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) suggests that a good place to start is your owner’s manual where you’ll find recommended service schedules for things such as oil changes and radiator flushes.
If you’re not a DIYer, the ASE recommends you find a garage like Terry’s Car Care, which has ASE-certified technicians. ASE describes the certification process and why it matters to consumers:
“Prior to taking ASE certification tests, many technicians attend training classes or study on their own in order to brush up on their knowledge. By passing difficult, national tests, ASE-certified technicians prove their technical competence to themselves, to their employers, and to their customers. Moreover, shop owners and managers who encourage their employees to become certified can be counted on to be concerned about the other aspects of their business.” For more information, see ase.com.
That’s why you can trust your vehicle to Terry’s Car Care. So before you head out to Brittingham Park for a bike ride or to romp with your dog, stop by Terry’s and get that oil changes and radiator checked.