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To fix a broken

side mirror,



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  • What payment options are accepted?
    Currently we accept cash payments only.
  • Why does the oil need to be changed?
    You might be wondering why you need to change your oil in the first place. Well, let us tell you: oil plays a crucial role in keeping your engine running smoothly. It lubricates the engine parts and keeps things cool by flowing through the pistons, valves, and cylinders. But here's the thing - over time, the additives in the oil that make it perform its job so well start to break down. And as you keep driving, those additives wear out more and more. This can lead to metal particles accumulating in the oil, which can cause major issues for your engine. That's why regular oil changes are so important - they keep your engine running smoothly and help prevent damage to vital engine parts. So don't skip out on this important maintenance task!
  • How Often Should I Get an Oil Change?
    Ideally, you'll want to get an oil change twice a year in Cyprus. And we've got a good reason for that. Now, of course, you should be checking your oil fluid regularly, but changing your oil twice a year is key. You'll want to do it just before the summer and just before the winter to prepare for the extreme weather we get here. Summers are no joke, and your car has to deal with the scorching hot temperatures while driving on roads that can literally fry an egg. Plus, you're cranking the AC to stay cool, which puts even more stress on your engine. All this combined can really mess up your oil, which is why we use different types of oil for summer and winter. Trust us, your engine will thank you.
  • How Often Should I Check My Vehicle's Fluid Levels?
    Coolant When it comes to your car's cooling system, using tap water is a big no-no. The reason is simple - tap water contains minerals that can cause rust and irreversible damage to the system. Trust me, you don't want to be stranded on the road with a leaking radiator or worse, an overheated engine. To avoid this, make sure you get your cooling system flushed and replaced with the proper coolant as soon as possible. It's a small price to pay for peace of mind on the road. Brake fluid It's important to get it replaced every 3-4 years. Moisture can build up in the system, especially in the calipers, and that ain't good for your car. Think of it like leaving a glass out in the summer, right? It develops water droplets on the outside, and that same thing can happen to your hydraulic fluid. The hydraulic fluid doesn't play well with water, and every few years it needs to be refreshed. It's not as pricey as you may think, and it's a cheap repair to keep your brakes in tip-top shape. So don't skip out on this crucial maintenance, and hit us up if you need any help. Refrigerant for the air conditioner The AC system is built to last the entire life of your car. Ain't no need to be messing with it, unless you notice it's losing its cool. And if that's the case, you gotta check it out ASAP. 'Cause if you gotta top it up every year, that's a clear sign of a leak, and that ain't gonna fix itself. That leak will only get worse over time, making it harder to keep your cool during the hot summers. So, don't wait until you're sweating bullets on the highway, get that leak checked out and fixed. It'll save you the hassle of having to top up the system multiple times a year, and it'll keep you riding in style.
  • Why do I need to change the air filter?
    Keeping your air filter clean is important and it's recommended to change it at least once a year. Just like in your house, dust accumulates in your car too, especially during summer. This can clog the airways in your air filter, causing a poorly running engine and more fuel consumption. But don't worry, replacing the air filter is an easy and affordable fix. It only costs between 12 to 20 euro's on average and it's definitely worth getting it done during your yearly service. Don't let a clogged air filter distract you from enjoying a smooth ride on your long trip.
  • When Should I Replace My Brake Pads?
    Brake pads are a crucial component of your vehicle's braking system. If they wear down to the point where you have no brakes, it could lead to a dangerous situation where your vehicle's disks start slipping and you may end up crashing. To avoid this nightmare scenario, it's important to keep an eye on your brake fluid reservoir. The reservoir has a minimum and maximum level, and it's crucial to keep the fluid level between these marks. The minimum level indicates that your brake pads are getting low, which impairs the car's stopping ability. If they get too low, they will start affecting the discs and grinding them down, which will lead to costly repairs. To prevent this, get your brake pads checked regularly and replaced if necessary. It's a simple and relatively inexpensive procedure that will ensure your safety and save you money in the long run.
  • When Should I Replace My Car Battery?
    Car batteries can fail suddenly, especially when the weather changes drastically from summer to winter. It's important to invest in a good quality battery because you get what you pay for. For instance, Bosch and Duracell batteries come with a two-year unconditional warranty and can last you 7-10 years before needing replacement. However, if you opt for a cheaper Chinese battery, it may not last as long or perform as well. You may notice symptoms of a failing battery when your car turns over slowly or dies after a few attempts to start it. While batteries can be costly, our mechanics can inspect and diagnose the issue to determine if a replacement is necessary or if there is another underlying issue. So, don't let a failing battery ruin your road trip, bring your car in for a checkup and keep cruising worry-free.
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