What is factory scheduled maintenance?
Factory Scheduled Maintenance is a list of maintenance that your car's manufacturer recommends to be completed usually every 30,000 miles, 60,000 miles, 90,000 miles or more.
At 30,000 miles, the maintenance schedule usually calls for
- Oil change
- Tire rotation
- Replacing the air and cabin filters
At 60,000 miles, the maintenance schedule often requires
- flushing the transmission fluid
- flushing the cooling system
- replacing the spark plugs.
At 90,000, the vehicle is often due to
- Replace the timing belt, chain or tensioner
Your vehicle manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule helps keep your vehicle running newer, longer. Sticking to a routine maintenance schedule is one of the best ways to keep your car running smoother for longer while helping avoid costly repairs.
Where can I have my vehicle maintained at a shop near me?
You can have your vehicle’s service performed by a dealer-certified technician at any of our 13 Eurofed locations. And all service work is covered by a 2 year/ 24,000 mile warranty.
The cost-effective preventative maintenance services provided by Eurofed Automotive make sure you can enjoy your vehicle for as many miles as possible.