Owning a vehicle is one of the most important expenses you will have. It then makes sense to keep the vehicle in the best condition possible. By bringing your vehicle in for regular maintenance inspections can help ensure that the parts and components are working efficiently and effectively. If you notice anything that would be out of the norm, make sure to contact us. We can inspect the vehicle for what the issue might be. This can help you save time, money, and stress in the long run. If you ignore an issue, it could lead to a more serious problem in the future. Another way you can keep your vehicle running as smoothly as possible is to be aware of any recalls it might have. Having a recall is what the company decides should be taken care of based on a common issue that is occurring with a specific vehicle, part, or brand.

What is a Recall?

One year GM also recalled 2.6 million small cars for defective ignition switches that could cause the vehicle to turn off while being driven. In 2009 and 2010 Toyota recalled more than 10 million Toyota and Lexus vehicles for problems that led to unintended acceleration. Even when a recall is issued, often there is little likelihood that a part will actually fail. There will be a majority of cars that go through their life without having a recall issued

Reasons to Have a Recall done

Make sure to read the recall notice carefully. Some are in need of a replacement part as soon as possible. Others may be less serious that will allow you to drive for some time. Your vehicle is important so always check if a recall has been issued for it.