The Importance of an Inspection
Posted May 23, 2016
Having an inspection can seem like you’re asking for trouble. But this simple step is critical to making decisions about the best care for your vehicle.
Which is why we’re dedicating this month’s blog to one car care myth, and bringing you the truth you need to know!
MYTH: Repair shops recommend things you don’t need.
FACT: Honest and ethical auto repair shops put your interest first. The certified technicians at Kenny’s Lakes Area Auto Experts want you to understand all of your options so you can make an educated decision for your family and your vehicle.
Every time your vehicle is in our bays, our technicians do a thorough inspection. We believe you deserve to understand the full condition of your vehicle – that is the only way you can take care of your vehicle and keep up with needed maintenance. By performing a thorough inspection and reviewing the results with you in a way you can actually understand, our car care advisors give you the knowledge you need for your vehicle.
This inspection also performs another function: identifying issues early so that we can help you fix problems BEFORE they become expensive breakdowns and tows. Preventative maintenance helps you to keep your vehicle in its best condition. Routine checks and inspections also provide an opportunity for certified technicians to spot anything that is out of place and the warning signs for bigger problems down the road. Fixing them early means saving money and avoiding the hassle of a roadside breakdown.
When you come to Kenny’s Lakes Area Auto Experts for an inspection, our service advisors take the time to thoroughly explain your repair and maintenance options and to answer your questions so that you are confident with the decisions you make about your vehicle.
If you have any questions about the care and maintenance of your vehicle, give us a call! We are your resource and will take the time to educate you about your vehicle. Don’t hesitate – call us at 248-668-1200 or stop by our auto repair shop in Walled Lake anytime!
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