Whether you're planning a cross-country trip or a weekend getaway, taking the time for an auto check-up beforehand could help you avoid trouble down the road. Leave confident your vacation won't be interrupted by car troubles. Our maintenance checklist will help you ensure everything's in working order so you and your car get there and back as planned.

What to Check

Stop by and let us check your battery before you head out. It's fast, easy and free—and could prevent an unwanted breakdown.
Damaged belts and hoses can result in an overheated engine, loss of steering power or damage to your cooling system.
Maintaining your brakes and brake hardware not only ensures your safety, but also helps you extend the life of your vehicle and avoid costly issues in the future.

Check the oil and coolant as well as the transmission, brake and power steering fluid levels. And don't forget the washer fluid—bugs like the open road.

When rain diminishes visibility, properly functioning windshield wipers are essential for driving safety.
Check your tire pressure and tread depth. Visually check the tires for embedded debris, bulges or worn areas. Make sure your spare is ready to roll.
What to Bring
Being prepared for unforeseen issues can reduce your stress and make the difference in a situation that would otherwise stop you in your tracks.
  • Map (GPS is great, but it’s always good to have a backup—just in case.)
  • Emergency Kit
  • Tire Jack
  • Lug Nut Wrench
  • Tire Iron
  • Oil & Fuses
  • First Aid Kit
  • Tire Inflator/Sealant
  • Jumper Cables
  • Flashlight with Extra Batteries
  • Warning Triangle and/or Flares

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