The life of your vehicle largely depends on both how you treat your vehicle and keeping up on your vehicle’s regular maintenance schedule. Bay Area Jiffy Lube has you covered in the vehicle maintenance department, so here’s a tip on how to help treat your vehicle better. Lighten your vehicle’s load.
Monday, March 31, 2014
Here at Bay Area Jiffy Lube, we not only want to provide your vehicle with the proper preventative maintenance it deserves, we want to provide you with vehicle maintenance tips you can utilize during your day-to-day life. First up, we have a cool tip for you about tire valve caps and why they are important.
Monday, March 24, 2014
Here at Bay Area Jiffy Lube, we not only want to provide your vehicle with the proper preventative maintenance it deserves, we want to provide you with vehicle maintenance tips you can utilize during your day-to-day life. First up, we have a cool tip for you about filling your tires up with air.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Your vehicle thrives on clean, quality fuel. If you are unfortunate enough to fill up your vehicle with dirty fuel or fuel that has not been mixed properly, your fuel filter can clog and your vehicle’s mpg and performance can take a nose dive. Here are some tips to help you always get the best out of your fuel.
Friday, February 21, 2014
Filters are vital to the overall performance of your vehicle. Regular maintenance of your vehicle’s filters is also the key to keeping your vehicle on the road and not broken down on the side of the road. The following is a breakdown of essential filters and their corresponding maintenance tips.
Thursday, February 6, 2014
One point we want to drive home to our readers is that motor oil truly is the lifeblood of your vehicle. Too many vehicle problems and breakdowns are caused by poor oil habits. One habit that we should all pick up is to check our oil every other time we get gas. Even in newer vehicles, your oil level is going to get low, it is just a matter of time. So, every other time you find yourself at the pump, just follow the following procedure for an accurate reading of your oil level.