Car Maintenance

Factory Scheduled Maintenance

Check Engine Light

Key Replacement

Tune-up

Preventative Maintenance

Filter Replacement

Dents & Scratches


Why You Need A Car Maintenance Schedule?

By following a car maintenance schedule, you can help prevent major problems before they occur. Not only that, but keeping a detailed record of your car's maintenance history can help improve its resale value, too.

Many manufacturers use a 30-60-90 schedule, meaning certain items need to be inspected, changed, or replaced at 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles. But if you’re like most drivers, you may wonder if every suggested maintenance checkpoint in your car manual is essential for the health and well-being of your car. Below is a suggested schedule for important items:

Regular Maintenance

  • Oil and Oil Filter

Maintenance Before 30,000 Miles

  • Air Filter
  • Fuel Filter

Maintenance Before 60,000 Miles

  • Battery
  • Brake Fluid
  • Brake Pads/Shoes
  • Brake Rotors
  • Coolant
  • Transmission Fluid

Maintenance Before 90,000 Miles

  • Hoses
  • Power Steering Fluid
  • Spark Plugs/Ignition System
  • Timing Belt

Keep in mind that these milestones are just guidelines, and your car’s owner’s manual should be consulted for a more precise maintenance schedule. Also consider how you drive—aggressive driving tends to wear things out faster. City driving tends to be harder on cars than highway driving, and many items on your car are designed to wear out, so you should plan to keep an eye on these consumable parts. Plenty of expensive repairs can be avoided simply by performing regular maintenance. Monitoring fluids is critical—familiarize yourself with your oil and transmission-fluid dipsticks.