1. Oil Change
This involves replacing the vehicle’s engine oil and filter to keep the components lubricated and functioning properly.
2. Tire Check
Inspecting your tires for signs of wear, checking tire pressure, and ensuring that all four tires are correctly aligned for optimal performance.
3. Brake Inspection
Checking brake pads and rotors for any signs of damage or wear as well as testing the responsiveness of braking systems to ensure they are working properly.
4. Battery Check
Testing the battery’s charge level to make sure it is still able to hold a charge and function properly while driving.
5. Air Filter Replacement
Replacing old air filters with new ones ensures that the engine can perform optimally and efficiently.
6. Fluid Level Check
Checking fluid levels such as oil, coolant, brake fluid, power steering fluid, and transmission fluid is at the correct level for optimal performance.
7. Spark Plug Replacement
Replacing old spark plugs with new ones to help maintain engine performance and fuel efficiency.
8. Belts & Hoses Check
Inspecting belts and hoses for signs of wear or damage which can cause significant problems if left unchecked.