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Newer model vehicles are equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) to warn drivers that at least one of their tires is underinflated. The dashboard light looks like an exclamation point inside of a horseshoe and, if illuminated, should be addressed immediately.
When the TPMS light goes on, it should not be ignored. Driving on underinflated tires can lead to an accident or cause damage to your vehicle. Check your tire pressure monthly including your spare as part of a proactive maintenance plan.
A pre-trip vehicle check can determine how road-ready your vehicle is so you can take steps to have any problems fixed before heading out for vacation.
Before you hit the road, 60 Minute Tune recommends a vehicle check to help avoid the inconvenience, potential safety hazards and unplanned expense of breaking down miles away from home.
Spring is here and it is time to give your car some extra attention. If you are hitting the road this Spring Break, you will have lots of company. With millions of Americans taking road trips, the last thing you need is car trouble. A simple pre-trip vehicle inspection 60 Minute Tune helps ensure a safe and stress-free journey! The majority of vehicle owners could save money by being proactive in the maintenance of their second largest investment they'll ever make. Why not spring into warmer weather by taking care of your vehicle?
Your car just wants a little love in the form of an oil change, tune-up and basic service. Taking care of your vehicle will extend the life and make for a much happier relationship between you and your car.
Give your car a little love this February to show your commitment to your car. There is no doubt a little preventative maintenance now can help you avoid costly repairs later that will break your heart and your wallet.
60 Minute Tune recommends treating your vehicle to a little extra attention with these easy steps.
Did you know: When you buy a car from a dealership, it is not mandatory to have it serviced where purchased? Nope, it doesn’t void the warranty.
Let’s break that down a little more; just because you bought your car from a dealership, doesn’t mean they have to work on it for you if you don’t want them to. You can take your own vehicle to any repair shop you feel comfortable with, and have them do the maintenance – If later you decide to go back to the original dealership and have them do maintenance, you can do that too!