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Monthly Archives: October 2021

What Is A Factory Scheduled Maintenance Plan?

What Is A Factory Scheduled Maintenance Plan?

You have probably heard the term factory scheduled maintenance plan at your dealership before. It is also sometimes called the 30-60-90 plan. These terms are interchangeable, and they both refer to the automobile maintenance program that car manufacturers design for your specific make/model. The reason the plan covers these three numbers is plain and simple. The interval between each major service appointment is approximately 30K miles. You might be like everyone else and think that the plan is voluntary. But, the services listed in the plan are vital for the long-term health and condition of your car, SUV, or truck. So now that you have a sense of what your scheduled auto maintenance plan is, you might be wondering, "why do I need it."   The 30-60-90 plan is way more valuable than you may think. Here's why you should keep track of it: Your warranty may necessitate it.  Some car manufacturers stress the 30/60/90K maintenance plan so much that failing to follo ... read more

Fun Costume Ideas To Dress Up Your Car For Halloween

Fun Costume Ideas To Dress Up Your Car For Halloween

  Photo by Amber Avalona on Pixabay Before we jump into fun costume ideas for your car this Halloween, we want to address something even scarier:  Disruption in the auto repair supply chain!  There is a shortage of workers, a shortage in parts, and, unfortunately, a lack of patience. Remember when COVID began in 2020, and there was a shortage of toilet paper? Well, the supply chain eventually worked itself out, and we finally got what we needed. However, the dominoes of the global pandemic continue to fall, including delays in getting the parts we need to repair vehicles. For the supply shortage to be less scary, here’s what we recommend. If our team informs you that your vehicle needs a specific service, it will benefit you if you move forward with that repair or service. Why? We see many parts go into backorder, and if you delay that repair, it could create a situation where you have to wait longer to drive your vehicle.  We are not saying this to scare ... read more

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