When should you choose an Interim over Full Car Service
As a rule, every car driver that owns a car, older than three years, is obligated to service it every 12 000 miles or 6 months (depending on whichever comes first). However, when it comes to car service, it is really important to understand the difference between Interim and Full Car Service, in order to ensure a suitable check for your car and stay safe on the road at the same time.
What is Interim Car Service and what does it include?
Long story short, you should choose an Interim Car Service, if you drive 20000 or more miles per year. In other words, this check is more suitable for mileage drivers that make short journeys more often and exceed 2000 miles a month.
This type of service should be made every 6 months. It’s basically a change of the oil and some additional checks, including fluids levels, engine, tyres, batteries and lights checks.
How to choose a Good Garage for your Interim Car Service?
Our simple advice at Duke Street Motors is by asking! Today you can find a lot of competitive and reliable garages in Loughborough’s market. Almost all of them offer regular car servicing. And often there is a difference between the tasks that they include in the service. So, if you have some concerns about your car, you should simply speak to your mechanics, so that they can pay additional attention to the problem when checking the car.
Otherwise, you can always ask for more information about the exact services, included in the check. Every reliable garage will be happy to give you more information about what they did or will do, as well as what type of servicing is more suitable for your car at the moment.
Alternatively, you can check on the Internet about Car Repair and Maintenance forums and reviews. There you can find information about almost every garage in Leicestershire.