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Quality Car Service for Better Performance!


It is best to get quality car service for better performance if you want your vehicle to have a long life. People often purchase a new or used car but forget to keep up with the maintenance. Many find themselves getting new vehicles every 2-3 years due to poor care. A few reasons for poor maintenance are from lack of knowledge on the different services provided by auto shops, how often to get it serviced, and financial restraints.

In 2012, Americans were known to keep their vehicles "just over 11.3 years." ( Getting quality car service is just like exercising to keep the body in shape. It is important to keep it lubricated by getting an oil change and tire rotation every 3000-5000 miles, depending on the year and model of your vehicle. Being consistent with those two services will save a lot of money in the long run. Otherwise, you may join the other drivers that are broken down on the side of the road due to poor maintenance.

Maintenance care is a top priority for people who own a vehicle for more than 10 years and want to keep it running strong. They understand the importance of their vehicle performing at peak performance. Trained and skilled car repair mechanics can perform a variety of automotive services and give your advice for each of your vehicles.

Your mechanic plays a big role when receiving quality care. It is a stress reliever when you have a qualified mechanic who knows what he or she is doing. You can take your family on a summer road trip with peace of mind knowing that your car has received the best car service possible. No one wants to looking for a car repair shop in a strange town.

Be sure to have a car service before heading out on your summer road trips. Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at TLC Auto Care for more information about car service intervals and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves vehicle owners in Kirkland, WA and surrounding areas.

References: Pfirrmann-Powell, R. (2014). Americans' aging autos. US Bureau of Labor Statistics


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