Your new car is probably the second biggest investment you will make in your life and you should protect it as such. You can do this by following the recommended maintenance schedule that your car’s manufacturer has created for your particular model. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to take it back to the dealership where you bought it and have this maintenance performed. You can bring it to the professionals at GIC Car Clinic in San Jose, California and trust that we will perform the required maintenance properly and save you money in the process.

Your car has a set schedule of maintenance every specific mileage intervals depending on your vehicle make/model. Major services are normally done at 30000, 60000, 90000, and 120000 miles. Some European vehicles manufacturers call them A or B services.

Some manufacturers have even shorter maintenance intervals that you must follow if you are to keep your car in optimal condition. The repairs listed for each of these intervals range from a simple fluid change or brake inspection, to a more involved action such as a valve adjustment. All of these repairs are done to extend the life of your car and should not be avoided.

Your vehicle’s manufacturer has designed this list for your specific model and that is the maintenance schedule that should be followed. Many shops offer a generic maintenance check that may seem thorough enough, but might miss something that the manufacturer feels needs to be done. This is why you should bring your car to GIC Car Clinic where we follow the proper maintenance schedule recommended by your car’s manufacturer.

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