A good technician will give your car a quick inspection whenever you have maintenance performed. Fluid levels, tire condition, dashboard lights, and a variety of other items typically are briefly explored whenever you bring your vehicle in for maintenance. At Delta V Motorsports in Richmond, VA, we're good at noticing things that need repair, but the fact of the matter is that only you know your car. You know when your car feels off, when its been serviced last (or that it hasn't been serviced at all,) and have at least some vague idea of what’s going on with your vehicle day to day. Here are some questions you can ask us next time you come by the shop:
I live in Charlottesville, and we take our German cars exclusively to Delta V, because we can count on the work being done correctly and for a reasonable price. And Delta V does not fish for additional, possibly unnecessary, work like most shops and all dealers do. Nice folks. - SR F. (5 star review on Yelp)
An article about routine maintenance probably doesn’t sound like the most riveting read, but at Delta V Motorsports in Richmond, VA, proper maintenance is something we believe in wholeheartedly. Routine maintenance is the key to making a car last for decades; if done correctly, your car will stay reliable and enjoyable to drive, and you will save time and money in the process.
“Winterize” is a term you see thrown around a lot at mechanic shops and auto parts stores. What does it actually entail though? As with most things, there are the basics, and then there are the above and beyond approaches. Depending on what sort of winter you’re expecting, and how much you intend to drive in it, should determine how you winterize your car. We at Delta V Motorsports in Richmond, VA have prepared some tips for you, to help you better understand what it means to winterize a car, and how to prepare for the months ahead.