Hi there. Ben here at Advanced Auto Tech. I want to take a minute today and talk about what we do here at Advanced Auto Tech. We do routine services on all major manufacturers. We work on hybrid vehicles and we even service electric vehicles. In addition to that. We do state safety inspections and emissions inspections. We're an emissions repair facility. We do of course brakes and all your regular mechanical repair, Suspension, alignment, tires, and we are your one stop shop for all your car or truck’s service and repair needs. And we don't do any body work, but just wanted to throw that out there.We do get calls every now and again for people that want to have body work done. But anyway, please schedule your service or inspection with us. Give us a call. Thank you very much for watching.
Hi there Ben here at Advanced Auto Tech. I want to take a second today and talk about alignments. This is an alignment machine. So this machine we hook up these targets to the vehicle and these wrap around the tire. No rim contact except for this rubber bushing right here. So that's actually an improved design. What we do with an alignment is we adjust the steering and suspension to were basically has the tires were pointing straight down the road. And as you're driving the vehicle over time hitting bumps vehicle age these specifications tend to change a little bit and when they do, they can cause a certainly a decrease in fuel economy. In addition to that they can cause tire wear. So please come in and have an alignment check at Advanced Auto Tech. We do recommend once a year to have your alignment checked. Thank You very much.
Hi all Ben here at Advanced Auto Tech. We are going to take a minute and talk about tires. First, we would like to go over some important information that's located on your tire. Important information about your tires can be found on the tire. This information includes your tire size, speed rating, load range, and date of manufacture. The manufacturer date is the last four digits of the d-o-t number. As for maintaining tires, one of the most important things you can do is to keep the tire pressure correct. For most vehicles, you can locate your tire pressure on the driver’s side door jamb, but on some vehicles, the tire pressures are located inside the gas tank flap. Another way to maintain your tires is to keep them rotated at every service interval. The reason we do this is that if they're not rotated, they will start to wear unevenly. Tires that are not rotated regularly get cupped and that causes road-noise, and it also can cause some irregular patterns in the ... read more