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Doc’s Auto Repair goes beyond the basic services you’d find at any other auto repair shop. While we complete all of the standard maintenance services, we also go one step further. Our technicians do thorough inspections of your vehicle, and can provide quick service. Only the work you authorize will be completed. Competitive pricing, quality technicians, and comprehensive service makes Doc’s Auto Repair the right choice for all of your vehicle’s needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
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When your check engine light comes on, there could be a number of issues. It could be something basic, like a loose gas cap, or it could be something serious. The best way to ensure that you are safe behind the wheel is to bring your vehicle into our shop for a multi-point inspection. We can find the issue and make you aware of it so you can choose whether or not you want to take the next steps to getting your vehicle back to peak conditions.
If your tire pressure is low then it can cause uneven wear on your tires. That means that one tire may wear faster than another forcing you to have to replace all of your tires sooner. This can be quite costly. Low tire pressure also puts you at risk of popping your tire sooner. When you drive down the highway you may also feel your vehicle pulling to one side of the road because of this. Also low tire pressure forces your vehicle to use more power to generate the same amount of speed, costing you more gas and money!
It is important to have your brakes checked often. Most folks have their brakes checked when they have their tires rotated. One of the mechanics at our service center can check the thickness of your brake pads to ensure that they are running at peak conditions. Your brake pads are essential for maintaining stopping power, so be sure to have them checked every chance that you get.
Your brake pads should be replaced when they are worn down. If you don’t replace your brake pads in a timely fashion then it can severely reduce your stopping power. This puts you and folks around you in danger. Not replacing your brake pads also means that your brakes will wear on your brake discs. This will wear them out and cause more costly repairs down the line.
A tire rotation… well… rotates your tires. This causes the wear on your tires to be redistributed to other parts, which will extend the life of your tires. If you don’t rotate your tires then the wear on them will be centralized to one spot, forcing it to be replaced sooner. With centralized wear, your tires may even pop sooner so be sure to rotate your tires!
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