The brake system is one of the most important parts of your car. For safe stopping, you should have your brakes inspected regularly.
Preventative maintenance can help you avoid costly brake system repairs in the future and could also possibly save your life. Always listen to your car.
When you step on your brakes whether hard or gently, if you hear a squeaking, whirring, or grinding sound, it can indicate the start of a problem with your brakes.
Your brakes are an important part of keeping you safe on the roads as you drive. We use state-of-the-art tools and equipment, so you can feel assured your vehicle is in good hands. Rotor matching is important!
Everyone would agree that brakes are one of the most important components of your car! That’s why we often perform brake services as regular preventive maintenance.
There are many benefits to Automotive computer diagnostics testing for your car. This is the best way to find the exact problem with your vehicle, when a trouble light is just a vague indication.
Without computer diagnostics, there can be a lot of guess work on the exact problem. In some cases several parts are replaced to get to the cause of the problem. This no longer happens with computer diagnostics.
Many different components of the car can be tested with a machine to get to the bottom of the problem. From there, the repair experts can figure out what the best repair would be.
Climate and normal road conditions can damage, break, or wear out exhaust components over time.
Maintaining your muffler and exhaust system not only helps to minimize engine noise, it helps protect you and others from dangerous carbon monoxide and/or carbon dioxide fumes and helps reduce pollutants released into the atmosphere.
You may think your car’s exhaust system is designed only to reduce noise, but it is also responsible for reducing harmful emissions from entering the atmosphere.
Properly functioning mufflers and exhaust systems not only sound better, they are better – for you, your car, and the environment.
Your vehicle’s steering and suspension is responsible for providing optimal ride comfort and handling performance.
Because normal road conditions can cause the shocks, struts, and springs of your suspension system to weaken over time, these worn suspension parts may reduce vehicle stability and driver control. They may also accelerate tire wear.
Most manufacturers recommend a steering and suspension system check every 50,000 miles (80,000 km). These components do more than just provide a comfortable and enjoyable ride – they work together to help keep your car or truck handling securely.
A properly maintained steering wheel and system keeps you in control of your vehicle while the suspension system, including your shock absorbers or struts, coil springs and linkage, help support your vehicle’s weight and help keep your tires in contact with the road for better traction.
As our mission is to provide Hollywood, Florida and the surrounding areas with a place that takes care of all their vehicles needs, we also provide oil changes. Circle Car Care is here to serve you, not to sell you. If our technicians recommend something it’s because we feel your car or truck needs it, not because we are trying to make a monthly quota.
Does your car pull to one side of the road? Are you tires wearing irregularly or prematurely? Has your steering wheel shifted position? All of these are symptoms of wheel alignment problems.
Wheel alignment problems can be solved with a wheel alignment service. It’s not easy driving around with a shifted steering wheel or a car that pulls to one side.
If you wait to get a wheel alignment, your tires may need replacement sooner and your fuel economy can suffer. Without a proper wheel alignment, your fuel economy, tire life and the overall performance of your vehicle can suffer.
Recommendation for your car’s wheel alignment be checked every 6,000 miles / 6 months. We use computerized wheel alignment technology – which means our camber, caster, toe and thrust angle measurements are extremely precise and accurate.
By doing routine maintenance, you can best minimize more serious breakdowns and the higher costs associated with automotive repairs. Preventive vehicle maintenance is simply what the manufacturer of your vehicle suggests getting done to keep your vehicle running most efficiently.