Extend the life of your vehicle with a scheduled tune-up here at Wills Auto Service. We offer a variety of services that will keep you on the road and out of the shop, including oil changes, brake and fluid exchange, coolant flushing and refill as well and transmission fluid testing.
Why you should change your oil on a normal basis:
1. To prevent dirt build up in your engine
2. A regular oil change will keep your engine clean and lubricated allowing for a more enjoyable ride.
3. It will increase your average miles per gallon.
4. New oil will actually decrease your emissions
5. There is no better way to protect your investment and extend the life of your engine
Our team will make sure your car is covered from bumper to bumper. This includes preventive maintenance and diagnostic tests that will uncover even the smallest issue before it becomes a major problem. We are able to test battery cable connection, inspect battery terminals and connectors, voltage and amperage tests, as well as the alternator and starter. The diagnostics program allows to read all of your on board systems and provide you with effective and cost efficient repairs.
Tires are expensive and play an important role in the protection and performance of your vehicle. We use computer testing to ensure that your tires are aligned correctly and save your car from the uneven wearing of the tires. Do not skip out on having your wheels aligned because it is considered a preventive maintenance for your vehicle. Having the proper alignment will prevent your car from pulling to the left or right and can improve your brake performance and miles per gallon. Keep in mind the number one reason to keep this service up to date is to protect you!
From brake lines to brake pads, Wills Auto Service will cover your auto brake needs from A to Z. The ability for your brakes to perform at the top of their game could be the difference between a close call and a totaled car. We will inspect your brake linings, fluid, calipers and rotors and give you the confidence you need to hit the open road. We recommend that you have your brakes checked every six months to keep you safe while on the road.