1201 Shasta Street,
Redwood City CA 94063

+1 650 340 8667


What is the Difference Between Maintenance and Repair

Only 47% of vehicle owners follow a maintenance schedule.

Let us maintain your car.

Every vehicle requires maintenance but you as the owner decide what your car reiceves. Maintenance is in essence preventative care for your car. Repairs are a form of "breakdown maintenance." Following a maintenance schedule may seem costly but in fact, the benefits of maintenance over repair are cost-saving. Think about it - when you regularly schedule a 3000-mile oil change, the service is done on your watch and you are prepared financially but if your car breaks down, chances are you don't have the time or the money to deal with it. With proper maintenance you help maintain your vehicle warranty*, prevent unexpected, costly repairs and inconvenient breakdowns and prolong the life of your vehicle. Factory recommended maintenance is provided for every vehicle. Many of these maintenance issues are associated with your safety as well!

With each standard oil change, we provide a complimentary visual inspection looking at a few main areas of your car that require consistent maintenance including:

*Did you know that in most cases your vehicle warranty is rendered null and void if you don't follow the factory recommended maintenance schedule? Talk to one of our certified technicians today to evaluate your cars maintenance schedule.

Service Warranty Options

Labor Guarantee

Installation of:

New parts - 1 year or 12000 miles

Rebuilt parts - 120 days or 3000 miles

Used parts - 90 days or 3000 miles

Electrical parts - 90 days or 3000 miles

Fuel system parts - 90 days or 3000 miles

Customer parts - no guarantee

Parts Warranty

New parts - manufactures warranty

Rebuilt parts - 90 days or 3000 miles

Used parts - No warranty

Electrical parts - manufactures warranty

Customer parts - No warranty

No returns on electrical or special order parts