Here at AA Muffler & Brakes, we know that time is money. The longer your fleet vehicle is out of commision, the more money you lose. Our full-service shop provides timely, professional service and quality parts at guaranteed low prices.
Here’s the scenario:
You stop at a gas station and notice that one of your tires is a little flat. You fill it with air and drive away. Much to your annoyance, within a couple of days or maybe even a week, your tires are flattening again, and they need more air. You have a slow leak. You take your tires to a garage or a tire shop, but they can’t find anything wrong. They might even dunk your tire into a tub of water to look for bubbles. Still nothing.
I want you to take a moment and think back to when you first started driving all those years ago. I'm sure you remember how exciting and liberating it felt at the time. But as the years went by and you gained more experience driving around, you gradually began to notice just how dangerous the road can really be when you're not careful.
At AA Muffler & Brakes, we have extensive experience working with all types of mufflers and brakes. Given our name, one would certainly hope as much. However, our expertise doesn’t begin and end with mufflers and brakes. Our staff of skilled professionals are well versed in every type of auto service and repair, so from bumper to bumper, we’re prepared to handle all of your auto needs.
As warm and sunny days are beginning to outnumber the dark and dreary ones, it’s safe to say that summer is almost here. But just as the harsh weather of winter puts a strain on your car, so do the long, hot days of summer. So, now is the perfect time to perform some annual maintenance tasks that will keep your car running well all summer long.
As a car owner, there are many maintenance tasks you can perform to not only ensure that your car is safe to operate, but to also help you get the most out of your investment. Regular tire rotation is one such task, and while it can be easy to forget to do, it’s something that you should make a priority.
Drivers of all ages are undoubtedly aware that they need to change their engine oil, and if you ask most people how often they should do this, you’ll most frequently hear that it should be done every 3,000 miles. But as technology advances and engines are becoming more efficient, cars can go longer without needing an oil change. So how can you be sure that your changing yours as often as you should?