Gas prices are skyrocketing but you still need your car to get you to work, run errands and enjoy your life. Here are 10 tips to take the pressure off your wallet and keep you on the road.
As consumers, Americans are getting accustomed to not owning anything anymore. All those software programs we used to purchase are now annual or monthly subscriptions. Even our music library isn’t really ours anymore. We’re paying a monthly subscription to stream from one of the clouds.
Keeping our customer’s cars in peak operating condition is one of our primary missions at BA Auto Care. For current and long time customers, it’s a matter of keeping detailed records, understanding the maintenance history of their vehicle and keeping abreast of all the manufacturer and model information. We take pride in our ability to provide our customers with an affordable, personalized preventive maintenance program.
Buying a car is a significant investment. Most people want to make sure their car keeps running and functioning smoothly for as long as possible. To some, a shiny vehicle is merely a few thousand pounds of metal used for commuting while others consider their car as a superhuman extension of their personality.
Chances are, if you are driving a hybrid vehicle, you care about what happens to the environment. It used to be that after several years of driving a hybrid, the battery would need to be replaced with a new one.
When our cars are new, many of us limit consumption of food and drinks in the car. We want to keep them clean for as long as possible. Then, as time passes, those of us who aren’t sticklers lighten up and allow a cup of coffee, maybe a little candy or trail mix. Well, we know of one Mercedes owner who is likely regretting his decision to allow that cup of coffee.
This blog post was originally published in 2011, but has been updated to reflect the fact that beginning September 1, 2016, BA Auto Care began covering all major repairs for three years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first.
We love it when we can save our customers’ money. Recently a customer called about a 2012 BMW X3 with 112,000 miles on it. She wanted a second opinion on a transmission.
When it comes to auto service we believe that excellent customer service is all about information and relationships. We hope this blog will help to facilitate a good relationship with your auto shop, whether it's BA Auto Care or any other shop.
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