Most of us depend on our cars to get us to work, school, and many other important activities. We make the monthly payments and we buy car insurance. We put in gas on a regular basis. There’s no question about it: Driving a car costs money.
But to do all this, there has to be enough motor oil, flowing at sufficient pressure.
When there’s a problem in your vehicle’s oil system, one or more warning lights will come on to alert you that it’s time to have your car checked. If you see the low oil pressure or low oil level lights stay on after you start your vehicle, or you notice the light come on while you’re driving, you’ll want to get it fixed quickly—your engine could quickly become ruined if you don’t.
It's been my experience over the last 25+ years of being involved in the automotive repair business that most Mercedes Benz owners love and cherish their cars—with good reason! Mercedes Benz vehicles are the epitome of German engineering. To fully realize the power, responsiveness, and efficiency a Mercedes Benz engine was built to produce, a bit of special care is required.
What is better than one BMW driving through Indiana?
Thirty BMWs driving through Indiana!
You love your car, we love your car, so why not spread that love around?
Every car on the road was created by a talented team of automotive engineers. And while there are many differences between the various makes and models, they all have something in common: every vehicle’s wheels need to be properly aligned.