In Rochester, NY there are four distinct seasons which cause additional wear and tear on the average car, truck, or SUV. With the start of each season, we recommend bringing your vehicle in for a check-up by your local auto mechanic.
Winter: By far the longest season, sub-zero temperatures and heavy road salt slowly corrode every mechanical and electrical system on your vehicle.
Spring: Often referred to as “pot-hole season,” road conditions can put your steering, suspension, and brakes, to the test.
Summer: Otherwise known as “construction season,” reduced lanes cause heavy traffic on piping hot road surfaces, which can lead to overheating and drive-train damage.
Fall: For those who rack up the miles during the holidays, new brakes, tires, and wheel alignment can go a long way toward saving fuel and lives.
Maintaining your car year round is as simple as a visit to your local mechanic. If you have questions about your vehicle or if there’s anything we can do for you, just let us know and we’ll be happy to help.