Our Auto Services
When it comes to the performance of your vehicle, you want quality service from trusted experts. Long Island Auto Sales And Service offers a wide range of automotive and tire services. From new tires, oil changes, to battery replacement, our skilled technicians will help repair and maintain your vehicle.
A well maintained vehicle is more fuel efficient, more reliable, and will last longer, making the most of your auto investment. Long Island Auto Sales And Service is the perfect car care partner. Our skilled technicians are trained to perform diagnostic and repair services on all makes and models, and we can take care of your factory recommended maintenance service as well.
Long Island Auto Sales And Service Specializes in European car maintenance & repair.
A Few Basic Tips
A few basic tips on how to maintain your automobile throughout its life. Performing simple preventative maintenance on your vehicle will go a long way toward protecting your auto investment. Neglecting its care can mean even higher costs down the line in the form of more extensive repairs and lost resale value.
Check and/or change your Air Filter every 6 months to improve fuel economy and keep your engine running smoothly.
Properly maintaining and routine replacement of belts and hoses could conserve time and money over the life of your vehicle.
Have your antifreeze fluid changed and Cooling System flushed every 30,000 miles or 2 years.
Schedule a complete and Engine Diagnostics (Professional Maintenance) check every 15, 30, 60, and 90,000 miles. The diagnostics of a car's engine is very complicated.
Take 10 minutes and make a checklist to do your own quick visual car inspection and fluid levels check.
It is recommended that you get an Oil Change on your vehicle every 3,500 miles for regular oil and every 5,000 miles for synthetic oil.
Tire Rotation is recommended every 7,000 miles or 6 months. Rotating tires is the practice of moving automobile tires from one position on the car to another.
For optimum protection, change the Transmission Fluid and filter every 30,000 miles (unless you have a new vehicle filled with Dexron III ATF, which should be good for 100,000 miles).
Have your Wheel Alignment checked every other tire rotation and always when installing new tires. Wheel alignment sometimes referred to as tracking, is part of standard automobile maintenance.