Service & Parts Your vehicle is a big investment and something you can rely on for years if you take care of it the right way. In other words, you need to have quality maintenance performed on your vehicle at various times, as outlined by your carmaker and manuals. The actual schedule for your vehicle's maintenance varies depending on the year, make, and model of your "ride", the driving conditions it operates in, and the driver's behavior.There are two kinds of maintenance that you should regularly do to with the vehicle, Regular and Preventive maintenance. When you do preventive maintenance, a part or parts are replaced, to avoid major damage or for safety reasons; examples being replacing your brake pads when worn, or replacing the timing belt. It "prevents" more expense, by not allowing catastrophic part failures to occur.Carmakers provide recommendations for the so-called "ideal" service schedule based on varying parameters and usage facts like:The number of trips the vehicle makes, and distances traveled per trip per day Operating in extreme hot or cold climate conditions Driving on mountainous, dusty or de-iced roads Doing heavy stop-and-go driving vs. long-distance cruising Do you tow a trailer, or otherwise put heavy load on the vehicle regularly?Our experienced service advisors can recommend adjusting your scheduled service intervals, which often end up being different than the recommended service schedule. We base it on the driving conditions you're in, and the driving habits of the car owner or driver. We become a true partner in helping to increase your vehicles reliability, safety, and longevity.