“Be Car Care Aware” is a campaign funded by the Auto Care Council, in an effort to inform motorists of any kind the importance of vehicle maintenance, and to provide the general public with tips on vehicle maintenance and repair. At Ewing Auto Service in Mount Vernon, we recognize the work this campaign is doing, since we regularly witness first hand the aftermath of neglected vehicle maintenance and repair. For unbiased answers to questions you have, and advice and tips on how to properly care for your car, truck, or SUV, visit carcare.org. You’ll find valuable information on vehicle maintenance, and discover aspects of car care you may not even be aware of. Proper maintenance and repair is the key to a long lasting and reliable vehicle. If you need either, whether it’s an oil change, brake work, engine diagnostics, or a simple checkup, contact our trusted technicians at Ewing Auto Service . Whatever your car needs, we’ve got you covered.
Wondering how your car measures up? This infographic shows the latest data from vehicle check-up events across the country. This survey information by the Car Care Council found:
- 22 percent of cars had low or dirty engine oil.
- 20 percent had low or contaminated brake fluid.
- 17 percent had dirty air filters.
- 16 percent had inadequate cooling protection or low coolant levels.
- 15 percent had inadequate or contaminated power steering fluid.
- 12 percent needed new belts
Car Care is made easy with our free online service and maintenance schedules. Ewing Auto Service at 830 E 4th Street Mount in Mount Vernon, IN has everything you need to maintain your vehicle and keep you on the road longer. Register for our Custom Service Schedule then enter the make, model and year of your car, and we’ll build a custom service schedule just for you. And, as an added bonus, we’ll even remind you when your service is due by sending you an email! It’s fast, easy and free!
Need more information? Contact Ewing Auto Service at 830 E 4th Street Mount in Mount Vernon, IN Today at (812) 838-6561 to keep your vehicle safely on the road.