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Using Your 2024 Tax Refund For Car Service!

Using Your 2024 Tax Refund For Car Service!

  Car Service with Your 2024 Tax Refund!    It's that season of the year again. Everyone is getting ready to file their taxes and refunds are expected to hit bank accounts as early as mid-February! But before you get too excited thinking about all the fancy things that you could spend your tax refund on, take a look at the car that is sitting in your driveway. When was the last time it has been serviced? Using your tax refund to repair or maintain your car is a responsible way to allocate those funds and our team at Future Auto Service is here to help. Find some food for thought in today's blog post about the best practices for spending your tax refund on car maintenance.     Assess Your Car's Needs: Determine what kind of service or maintenance your car requires. That could include routine maintenance tasks like oil change, brake pad replacement, fluid checks, or more significant repairs. Have you b ... read more

How Rotor Resurfacing Can Save You Money

How Rotor Resurfacing Can Save You Money

One of the most common maintenance services that any car needs is without a doubt a brake job. Whether it’s changing worn down brake pads to upgrading to a performance brake system, here at Future Auto Service we have done it all on any make and model. In this Blog Post we are going to shed more light on the best way to save money on your next brake job. Franchise Service Centers might not tell you this valuable information, so stick around and find out how to get the most life out of your rotors to save yourself big money!      Service Intervals of Basic Brake System Components The most basic components that you should service on your brake system consist of the brake pads, brake fluid, and brake rotors. While service intervals are dependent on your driving behavior and vehicle spec, you can expect to change brake pads every 15,000 to 30,000 miles. Brake fluid on the other hand, tends to last longer and a change is required about every two years or 45,000 miles ... read more