Announcing Our New Medium Duty Truck Service And Repair Department
The construction dust and mayhem here in our Tempe auto repairshop has been non-stop for quite awhile. But, now the fruits of our labor are evident as we can announce our brand new Medium Duty Truck Service And Repair Department is now open for business! In fact, the Elite Auto Repair team has been servicing medium duty fleet vehicles for over 15 years. We’re completely equipped to handle general maintenance as well as stubborn diagnostic repairs.
We understand the body control, braking and drivetrain systems in medium duty vehicles. And our OEM diagnostic tools and software empower us to get you back on the road fast! We can also perform DOT inspections, which helps save you time and money. Our ASE Certified technicians are fully qualified to inspect and approve your vehicles for state compliance. Need Maintenance And Vehicle Trouble Code Assistance? We have the unique ability to help you track your maintenance reminders and get alert notices when your vehicle generates a trouble code (check engine light). Your vehicles can be outfitted with GPS systems offering the following functionality: – Alerts (Email and Text) – Speeding / Out of Area / Long Idle time / Maintenance / Trouble Codes / Landmark Proximity – Reporting Suite – Live Mapping with Google Street View – ELD / HOS (Hours of Service) – 1-Year Historical Data – Closest To / ETA / Distance – Simple Routing – And much, much more! GPS System Notification is one example of how we can help you manage and control your fleet. To learn more click here!
Still celebrating the opening of our Medium Duty Truck Service And Repair department, today we feature another story from within that industry. Today we’re taking a look at the all-new 2016 Ford F-650 and F-750, as well as the plant where they’re built.
With so many different types of motor oils available today, it can be difficult to discern which one is best for your car. Although there are many different manufacturers, they each provide different types, including conventional, synthetic, semi synthetic and motor oil that’s been specifically designed for high mileage motors. When it comes to conventional motor oil, the reason it’s called conventional (or standard) is it’s the only petroleum-based motor oil available.