Maintenance Schedules

Even though it's often difficult, the majority of car owners know that keeping up with regular maintenance for your vehicle is important. However, some drivers still remain who think they can skip out on scheduled maintenance here and there without damaging their car.

Don't be that driver -- stay on top of service so you don't run into a more expensive repair somewhere down the road. Keep reading for a general idea about what taking care of your vehicle should look like.

Maintenance Schedules

When you read over your vehicle's manual, you'll see a chapter about incremental maintenance. When you hit 50,000, 75,000 and 100,000 miles, for example, there are particular services that are suggested for technicians to perform to keep your vehicle running at peak performance. This is your manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule.

Save Time & Money

Even though scheduled service can be inconvenient, showing up for service for a few hours every few months (more or less, depending on how much you drive) will save you time and money in the long run. Routine services are objectively cheaper than major repairs. Coming in regularly can help our expert technicians discover problems before they grow, stopping a potential money pit.

Always Refer to Your Manual

Adhere to your manufacturer-recommended service schedule. It will be able to inform you about the requirements the manufacturer has set for service. If you ever have any additional questions about your particular vehicle's service needs, feel free to consult our service manager.

We're here to help you keep your vehicle running like new. If you have any other concerns about your vehicle's service, don't hesitate to contact us or stop by our dealership at 540 New River Parkway, Hardeeville, SC 29927. We look forward to serving our customers from Hardeeville, SC, as well as those from Serving Beaufort and Hilton Head Island.

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