Frequently Asked Questions

It used to be normal to change the oil every 5,000 kms, but with modern lubricants most engines today have recommended oil change intervals of 8,000 to 10,00 kms. Moreover, if your car’s engine requires full-synthetic motor oil, it might go as far as 18,000 kms between services!

Checking your tyre pressures every week or two is a good interval but, if you don’t drive a lot, you might need to check your tyres more often than at every fuel stop.

During rotation, each tire and wheel is removed from your vehicle and moved to a different position to ensure that all tires wear evenly and last longer. Tires should be rotated< every six months or 10,000 to 14,000 kms.

Professional car detailing is the art and the craft of cleaning and restoring a vehicle to like-new condition. Car detailing services are much more precise and labor-intensive than getting a car wash. A car wash is normally an automated system that a car passes through to clean the exterior

No engine oil leak is good, but it doesn’t mean you should panic at the first drop of oil you see on the ground. It’s important to pay close attention to your engine oil level and leaks. This is especially true with older vehicles. The key to avoiding major engine problems because of an engine oil leak is acting as soon as you detect leaking oil is to repair the leak and replace any missing oil.

Is pedal pulsation dangerous? When mild, it’s merely annoying. But even mild pulsation can influence ABS performance and increase braking distance in a panic stop. In extreme cases or when traction is marginal, uneven braking caused by pedal pulsation can make the car difficult to control.
Tire rotation is important for even tread wear and long tire life.  Rotation involves the periodic repositioning of tires to promote more even tread wear. Performed at the scheduled times, tire rotation will preserve balanced handling and traction, and promote even tread wear.
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