Sooner or later your car or truck will need repair or maintenance. There’s no way around it. Eventually something will break, seize, leak, wear out, or fail on your vehicle resulting in a loss of vehicle performance and fuel economy. Regular preventative maintenance is the best thing you can do to extend the life of your car, save money on future repairs, and prevent dangerous mechanical failures. Spending a little money on preventative maintenance now can save you thousands in the future. It can also help you avoid getting stuck in the middle of nowhere in a broke-down car.
A poorly maintained vehicle will start sputtering, start dying, start shifting hard, etc. Your check engine light will come on. You will smell weird smells, hear strange sounds, and see fluids coming out of your vehicle that should be staying in. To make things worse, car repair and maintenance is expensive. Vehicles continue to get more sophisticated and computer driven- requiring shops to have state of the art equipment and extremely knowledgeable staff.
According to a recent study by travel-services giant AAA, the average auto repair bill comes to between $500 and $600 — and 1 in 3 motorists can’t pay it without incurring debt (https://www.cars.com/articles/how-much-is-the-average-car-repair-bill-1420694859724/). Moreover, car owners are procrastinating on routine maintenance activities like oil changes and tire rotations, which can lead to problems down the line that send repair costs even higher. Lack of proper maintenance and repair will prevent your vehicle from being operated, or impair the vehicle’s operation so much that it is very difficult, almost impossible, or dangerous to operate. We want to give you greater peace of mind by helping you to access needed automotive services that will result in you having a safe, dependable vehicle. We do this by making your auto repair and maintenance more affordable. Click the button below to find out how we do it.
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Our CEO was challenged to describe Trusted Blue Auto in one minute (with intro by KOLR10’s Tom Trtan):