Remaining Engine Oil Life – A quick inspection will determine your vehicle’s remaining oil life percentage. This may be helpful, because short trips and cold starts reduce motor oil life, and those two practices are tough to avoid for most drivers in Saskatchewan.
Tire Wear – Checking the condition of your tire treads is easy enough for anyone to do at home. But we combine that service with an inspection of balance, alignment, rotation, and more. Plus, we know when irregular tire wear suggests more serious problems.
Wiper Blades and Glass Condition – Wiper blades and auto glass are important components for visibility and general safety. During our visual inspection, we’ll look for chips and cracks and make sure your windshield is properly sealed and secured.
Fluid Levels – Keeping fluids topped up is an important part of vehicle maintenance, but it’s often overlooked. We’ll check reservoirs for brake fluid, washer fluid, and more to ensure your vehicle is safe and operating efficiently.
Brakes – Not only are good brakes a vital part of road safety, they’re also a complicated system. When we inspect your brakes, we makes sure the pads, rotors, calipers, and more are in perfect working condition. We’ll let you know if anything needs to be repaired.
Battery Condition and Connections – A dead battery can put you in an uncomfortable or even dangerous situation. We inspect your battery’s condition, charge, cleanliness, and connections, to make sure it stays in good health.
Additional Car Inspections – Of course, there are many more components that we inspect thoroughly and professionally. If there are any signs of leaks, cracks, wear, or malfunctioning parts, we’ll alert you immediately.