Most people in the St. Louis area are aware that automotive manufacturers have recommended service intervals. Following recommended service intervals is very important. The engineers that design our vehicles have tested the various systems and components to meet durability and safety standards. Some of these standards are self-imposed and others, like those for emissions components, are government mandated for the areas around St. Peters, O'Fallon and Earth City in MO. The maintenance schedules are designed&hellip» read more
People near St. Charles MO often ask SafeWay Tire & Auto Center how often they should have a particular service done. It's a great thing to ask. You can look at your owner's manual, or have your St. Charles MO service advisor at SafeWay Tire & Auto Center look up your vehicle in a service database. What you find is often a surprise to people – there are actually two service schedules. One is the regular schedule and the other is the&hellip» read more
Let's talk about deciphering the auto service menu board. St. Charles, MO service centers like SafeWay Tire & Auto Center have a board that lists the routine services they provide. But some people don't know what these services really are unless they ask. Let's go down a typical list, in alphabetical order, starting with air conditioning service.
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Nowadays, everyone in St. Charles, MO is paying more at the gas pump. For some families in the greater St. Louis area, it adds up to several hundred dollars every month. That’s got to come out of the budget somewhere. Throughout North America, people are putting off buying a new car. They plan on keeping their old vehicle for a year or two longer than before. Even now, 2/3 of the personal vehicles on our local St. Charles, MO roads have over&hellip» read more
Everyone in St. Charles knows we're supposed to go to the dentist twice a year. We get our teeth cleaned and have a thorough dental inspection. Once a year, we get x-rays to look for problems that can’t be seen with the naked eye. When the dentist is done, he tells us what he’s found – “Everything’s fine, see you in six months.” Or “You’ve got a small cavity starting, let’s schedule an appointment to take care of it.” By the time&hellip» read more
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