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Keep your car in tip-top shape at Step One Andalusia Service Center. Keeping your vehicle serviced and getting regular maintenance is essential for your vehicle to run smoothly for a long time. No matter the make or model of the car, proper maintenance such as oil changes, tire rotations, and checking your brakes are all extremely important to keep you and your passengers safe. In addition to getting regular maintenance performed, you should be ready and have a service center you trust in case anything unexpected happens and you need repairs done. Our certified technicians work out of a fully stocked and equipped service center and are ready to help you with anything you could need. Make sure to check out our service specials to save even more at Step One Andalusia Service Center. Give us a call or stop by the dealership. We cant wait to assist you!
We make sure your tires are filled, rotated, and ready to go. So you can safely get where you need to be. We check the tread and see how much life they have left in them. In order to keep your tread wearing evenly and extend the life of the tires, be sure to bring your car by every 6,000 to 8,000 miles for us to rotate your tires and check the air. If you need new tires, we got you covered. We’ll find and install new tires for any make or model. Call or go online to schedule a service appointment!
Oil is an essential part of any engine. Engine Oil flows through to lubricate everything to keep it running smoothly. As it cycles through your engine, it picks up dirt and dust and deposits them in your oil filter to keep out any blockage. In order for your oil to keep doing this efficiently, you need to keep it clean and new. So, when you are around 7,500 to 10,000 miles from your last oil change, bring us your car for service and we’ll take care of everything. Schedule an appointment online today!
Brake pads on most modern vehicles are located on each of the two front wheels. When you apply your brakes, two big clamps called calipers, grab a metal rotor that’s positioned on the back side of each wheel. The calipers are fitted with pads to reduce friction and prevent the screech from metal-on-metal contact. In fact, hearing noise when the brakes are applied is one sign that brake pads need to be replaced.How long brake pads can last depends on driving conditions. Are you driving in stop-and-go traffic regularly? Brake pads on your vehicle might only last for 30,000 miles. If you spend a lot of time driving on the highway and refrain from slamming on the brakes frequently, you might get as much as 70,000 miles from your brake pads. If you have any other questions give a team member a call today!